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  1. Kim Carberry

    I think I have moved around more and being more active with the kids been off school. Every time my bum hits the seat one of them will shout me and need help with something. lol We’ve been on more walks and bike rides too than if they were at school.
    Zoom is amazing! I’d not heard of it before Coronavirus now my girls use it for school & college and to chat with friends x
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  2. Happy Hiller

    Thanks for sharing such helpful content! By the way, it seems like you didn’t say anything about the importance of indoor air quality. Did you know that indoor air can be five times worse than outside!? It may be very hazardous for health.
    To ensure clean air, you can:
    1. Ventilate the rooms regularly.
    2. Add some indoor plants (they are natural air purifiers). But make sure you are not allergic to them.
    3. If you have an air conditioner, clean the filters regularly.
    4. Clean the air ducts regularly.
    5. Do damp cleaning more often. Don’t forget to wash carpets and furniture textiles.

    • ESCO

      You made a good point! Poor indoor air quality is bad for our health, as it can cause respiratory diseases, severe headaches, chronic fatigue, and even cancer.

    • Sanders&Johnson

      Thank you for mentioning air duct cleaning! Very often, homeowners ignore this.
      Experts advise having your air ducts cleaned every 2 to 3 years. However, homes with pets or children with allergies should have their air ducts cleaned more frequently than the recommended average.

  3. DSP

    And as for exercise, consider swimming. Many of us who live in private houses have a pool in the backyard. If it wasn’t in use before, now it’s high time to start using it. The thing is that swimming is incredibly beneficial for both physical and mental health as, first of all, it helps to keep the muscles in good shape (oh yes, it affects ALL the muscles of your body). Secondly, it relieves stress and helps relax.

  4. 512 Refrigeration

    Great tips – thank you for sharing them! By the way, there’s one more thing to pay attention to while stuck at home: all the electrical appliances – from the radio to the fridge. Old appliances contain hazardous components and gases that have a direct negative impact on the environment and your health. While they may be a little expensive to replace and install, you should consider second-hand appliances with an Energy Star rating. This way you are saving yourself money and giving perfect good appliances a new life.

  5. Polestar

    Also, pay attention to the air quality in your home. Did you know that indoor air quality can be five times worse than outdoors?
    Fortunately, there are some things we can do to improve it. First of all, I would recommend cleaning or replacing air conditioner filters. Dirty filters of HVAC systems are the leading cause of poor air quality at home. It would be best if you also cleaned air ducts – they accumulate lots of dust ad allergens.

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