gA quick look through your social media feed is likely to tell you that many of your friends have been taking up gardening as a pandemic coping mechanism. They’re in the right because it’s proven to be effective in lowering levels of anxiety and depression. The fact that it’s also a creative endeavor can also
Statistics show that every year, around 2,000 children below age 14 die as a result of a home injury. Leading causes of unintentional home injury fatalities include falls, choking, suffocation, fire and burns, poisoning, and drowning. The good news is that the risk of injury can be lowered or prevented by childproofing your home. Follow these tips to
We fix and decorate our homes based on what we think about ourselves. If we want to be excited and have fun, the furniture we buy will enable this to happen. If we want coziness and a hint of chicness, our choices will be different. Taking these factors into consideration, let us explore five home
Asthma and allergic diseases are a common problem in every household in the US. The American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology (ACAAI) reports that about 50 million Americans suffer from allergies each year. It is also one of the leading causes of chronic illnesses in the US. Additionally, allergies are also pretty common in the United
While 2021 appears to be more promising than 2020, the new coronavirus strains don’t guarantee an end to the pandemic anytime soon. This means all your vacation plans and social gatherings will have to be postponed yet again as you endure further isolation at home. It’s discouraging, yes, but don’t assume all hope is gone.
Home is where the heart is — it is also where work is, and where the school is. Nowadays, it is where everything is. There has been a great shift. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been doing most things at home. From accomplishing office tasks to school work, the home has been a haven