During the week of May eighteenth, while I was sick (not COVID) and facing a weird work schedule, I decided to completely redo my basement bedroom.
The goal of the room change was to make the bedroom brighter and reduce the feeling of over stimulation by creating a calm environment.
I am not an expert on confrontations, but after experiencing being the confronter and the confrontee, I learned a few things that will make having those difficult conversations a little easier.
Confrontations are never fun; there is a way to come out of them without anyone getting hurt or angry, and there could even be some self growth as a result.
It’s music festival season, but thanks to Corona Chaos, all festivals are either postponed or cancelled.
Even though I wasn’t going to any music festivals, I decided to throw a mini music festival with myself, and here’s how I did it.
It’s time to stay home and take a much needed break from life. It is very unfortunate that the unemployment rate is rising and the economy is suffering, but I genuinely think we’re all safer at home.
Since most of the world is stuck in their houses, I created a short list of activities you could do during this time. These are meant to be accomplished in your free time; I know quite a few people are in online school or working from home, and those assignments should definitely be your first priority.
Every month, I set aside about two to three hours of my day to go through my phone (mainly my photos) and delete everything that is unneeded/unwanted and saves space.
This month was a special month for my phone cleansing because I did more than clean out my camera roll and delete my Internet history/data (which saves a lot of space). Before cleansing my phone, I used about 50 gigabytes of data. After cleansing my phone, I went down to 21.5 gigabytes of data being used.
Here are the four things I do to save/create space on my smartphone.
Considering I got booted out of my dorm and will be living in my room in my grandparents’ basement until August, I thought this blog post would be a good idea.
After moving out and transferring somewhere to stay for a long period time, I think it’s important that your living quarters feel like you… like home.
Here are three things I did to make my basement bedroom feel a little bit more like me.