They say travel broadens the mind, and while I wholeheartedly agree, I recently found out that being forced to holiday in your own home can bring cognitive shifts of a different kind. Last week, for example, I got really upset.
While introverts and self-confessed homebodies may be coping well with social distancing, some of you are probably finding that being confined to your home can be difficult. Personally, I have found a number of habits and practices which have helped
I LOVE setting up a new space, but dread the idea of living out of boxes and a half set up home. After a lot of practice, trial and error I now have moving home down to a fine art.
Eight years I have lived alone, and I have never shared a bedroom. Even as a kid more than one night of sleepovers was a night too many. I love my space, I love my quiet, and my endless hours