COVID-19 – otherwise known as coronavirus – is no normal virus.
Having already affected thousands of people across the globe, the virus is incredibly deadly and has forced millions of people throughout the UK to stay at home.
If you’re one of those people to have been affected – which at this point is pretty much everyone – you’re probably going slightly stir-crazy during your time in self-isolation, and are constantly on the lookout for something to do to pass the time.
Well, look no more. In this blog, we take a look at three effective ways to not only pass the time but also do something productive in the process.
1 – Sort Your Wardrobe.
It’s one of those jobs you always say you need to do but never get around to doing, so now’s the time to do it!
Sorting your wardrobe can make you feel a lot better about yourself and clear some room for new clothes. Go through each item individually and ask yourself these three questions: would I still wear it? Does it still fit me? Would I miss it if it was gone?
If the answers to these questions are no, no and no, then shove it in a bin bag and donate it to charity.
2 – Organise Your Kitchen Cupboards.
It’s inevitable – kitchen cupboards get messy and disorganised over time. Therefore, why not use your time during lockdown to give them a bit of a tidy up?
Get rid of any glasses, crockery or cutlery that are a bit worse for wear, and remove any of those unnecessary out-of-date tins you’ve collected over the years. We promise you’ll feel a lot better for doing so.
3 – Refresh Your Décor.
If you’re bored of your home looking the same day in, day out why not change it up a bit?
Go around your home and identify areas where it could be improved. Whether it be repositioning furniture, putting out an extra ornament or two, or simply adding a few extra touches here and there, refreshing your home’s décor can make it a much brighter and happier place to be.
If you would like any more suggestions on how to stay sane during lockdown, please do not hesitate to give Price Kitchens a call. As expert kitchen designers, we can even offer specialist advice on how to renew and refresh your kitchen.