12 Charming Ways to Make Your Small Front Porch Pop
By Ed Ball | Published on January 03, 2019 | 3 min read
by Ed Ball
Most people would probably agree that New Year’s resolutions are mostly broken rather than kept — that said, below are some of my favorite alternative resolutions for 2019 that may be worth a try!
Note: I will ignore losing weight or exercing more or eating healthier which seem to be on everybody’s list
“Getting more organized” will mean different things to different people obviously but there’s no doubt that getting more organized, as a general rule, is a wise pursuit that will lead to more efficiency in life so here are some ways to begin doing so, digitally speaking in 2019:
We spend a third of our life sleeping so it makes sense that one area worth “upgrading” would be in the area of sleep. Some ways to upgrade your sleep situation are:
It’s 2019, so if you haven’t tried going paperless with your bills and are still opening snail mail, perhaps this year is the year you finally automate and streamline your bills even more than you do now!
Successful people are avid learners. Warren Buffet supposedly spends 80% of his day reading. “It builds like compound interest,” he says. So while it may be an “oldie” and a classic leisure activity, its also good to know that reading books is still a “goodie” and worthy of any New Year’s resolutions list for 2019! Books I’m reading:
As someone who likes to be mindful of sustainability concepts when working on a residential project, here are some suggestions for those who are trying to be more ECO-FRIENDLY in 2019:
Of course, you knew I had to go here, but I truly believe that upgrading your outdoor home environment and transforming it into an attractive livable space can have a very positive impact on the quality of your life and for your family. Living outdoors more allows for more fresh air and sunshine and adds another dimension to home life!
If you are interested in bringing your exterior home ideas to life, send inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (703) 433-1863