3 New Year’s Resolutions for your Home

Posted on: January 3rd, 2018 by Northhills Transportation No Comments


Every 365 and a quarter day, a New Year comes around bringing with it endless possibilities. Promises and resolutions are in abundance and you feel that this time around, nothing is going to get in the way of your goals. Your goals may be to drop a habit, lose or gain some weight, spend more time with the special people in your life, travel, read more books, and so forth; but what about you resolutions for your home, the place you spend most of your time? Our Raleigh Limo Service has decided to put together a short list of resolution ideas for your home to help you make the space where you will spend a significant part of the year as awesome as possible.

Educate Yourself on Financial Management

Information is power, and a little education on how to better manage your resources will go a long way in ensuring that you are in better financial health this year. For example, learn how to improve your insurance score, which will enable you to keep your home insurance installments as low as possible. Letting your credit card bills accumulate hurts your credit history and worthiness; the more claims there are against you, the more of a flight risk you appear to be to insurance companies, which essentially implies higher premium rates for your home insurance. So, if you want great insurance terms, pay your loans on time and don’t miss deadlines. Delinquent payment patterns tell insurance companies that you are bad at managing your finances and this will lead to a lower insurance score and higher premiums. This is only one lesson on financial management; do your research and find out what other useful financial tips you can adopt for a smooth, less strenuous 2018.

Take Care of the Clutter

This may sound like a no-brainer, but you would be surprised just how much stuff around your house is actually meant to be in the trash. For a more cozy, less congested home, don’t let things like gift boxes, tags, shopping bags etc. pile up around the house; recycle them immediately or simply dispose of them in the trash. If you set aside time to clean around the house every week, you will never have to deal with the chaos and discomfort that comes with accumulation of junk in your home.

Keep a Donation Box in the Garage

This resolution has been inspired by the one above. If you have stuff you no longer use, stuff that is just taking up space in the house, consider donating it before disposing of it. For example, clothing items you no longer wear can be put in the donation box and once the box is full hand it over to a local goodwill organization and be a blessing to a less fortunate person somewhere.