COVID apparently was not enough for us this year. We had the fires and all this smoke join in as well. So with all of this staying indoors I am more than certain you have decided on remodeling at least one room in your home if not more. You have had so much time to sit in each room for hours on end a day looking at things you are tired of or just never were a fan of in the first place. So why not start making those calls to get the work done? A lot of you are working from home so it may not be ideal to have someone come work on your home while you are working in it yourself. Lets create that office space for you so you don’t have to worry about running from the construction as you will already have a room to hide in. We can help you with all your remodeling ideas. Just give us a call so we can discuss your project in detail. We will build your dreams. Give us a call for your remodeling project 425-224-2004.
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To say that we’re all feeling anxious while living through a global pandemic is quite the understatement. And our homes should be a place or respite during these challenging times – not somewhere the walls feel like they’re closing in.
But what if your home is actually making your anxiety worse?
“When our external world feels threatening or uncertain, our internal sense of control gets out of balance,” says Karen Whitehead of Karen Whitehead Counseling in Alpharetta, GA. “We start to see everything in a different light because our system is on high alert. Our mind starts to see more and more ‘threats’ in our environment.”
But the “threats” – aka anxiety triggers – aren’t always obvious. Here are some things in your home that could be triggering anxiety – and how to cope.
“If you’re the type of person who gets stressed when your home is cluttered, then you have something in common with the majority of the human race,” says Teri Schroeder, a counselor at Just Mind Counseling, in Austin, TX.
How to Cope: Create order in your physical surroundings to boost your sense of calm. Decluttering can be a daunting task, which can lead to procrastination and even more stress. But remember: You don’t have to tackle all the clutter at once.
“begin by creating a structure to help make and keep things orderly,” Schroeder says. “You might try setting aside 15 minutes a day to clean, or schedule a longer weekly cleaning session.”
Unfinished Home Projects
These seemingly harmless things can create anxiety, so it’s likely not a coincidence that there are long lines for curbside pickup at home improvement stores.
How to cope: “Action is often an antidote to anxiety,” Whitehead says, so make a list of everything you would like to tackle.
“Simple things such as a new coat of paint, a quieter dishwasher or washing machine, an upscale shower head, new plants, or even rearranging furniture can go a long way in making us feel more comfortable while we’re spending more time at home,” says William Schroeder of Just Mind Counseling.
Your Sad Office Space
How to cope: If you don’t have a designated office, carve out a corner just for you. Buy a room divider and order some work-from-home essentials.
“Put time and care into creating a comfortable workspace for yourself,” she says. “If you have a backyard or other outdoor private area, you might even try splitting your days between working indoors and outdoors to get more variety – and a bit of sunlight.”
The 24/7 Kitchen
“Not only is your anxiety up from staying home, we now have hoards of unhealthy food options at our fingertips,” Whitehead says. “That builds to anxiety about overeating, weight gain, lack of exercise – and the spiral continues.”
How to cope: “Start with your intention: Who do you want to be when you return to work, normal life, and the world?” Whitehead says. “Then figure out the obstacle. You might need to purge the pantry of junk foor or buy a few essentials for a home gym.”
“Then anxiety hits when we choose to do something else or realize we need space,” says Whitehead, who adds that the pressure to spend time together can also lead to resentment.
How to cope: “Start by giving yourself permission and freedom to have your own time to say no to playing another game and bow out from another three episodes of the latest binge watch,” Whitehead says. “If you need a break, others in your home may,too.”
Next encourage everyone to create a small space that can serve as their sanctuary.
“It could mean simply setting a rule with the rest of your household that a closed-door equals alone time. Or a little nook with your favorite picture on the wall and a cozy blanket where you could escape when you need it,” Whitehead says. “Whether you’re an introvert or extrovert, we all need space now and then.”
“Throw out the things that don’t work, so that you know what needs to be replaced. This is also a good rainy-day activity for kids.”
Trash: Do yourself (and little ones) a favor by purging any busted office and art supplies, and free up some home office space in time for the school year ahead.