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Do you ever feel as if you spend your whole day at work just responding to the biggest crisis? Take time to sit down and map out a strategy for the future. Planning may seem like a luxury when you have so much on your plate already, but if you don't invest time now, you'll find yourself operating in perpetual crisis mode later ' which, as everyone knows, is a sure recipe for burnout. Don't try to muscle your way through every issue that faces you. Think before you execute (or delegate the execution to others).
Still speaking about the bedroom, what about the bed? Here I would say that it is your call. A bed is a furniture article that is quite important, something you want to invest in because you want to have it forever. When we speak about customizing the bed, were mainly speaking of the bed frame. If youre quite selective about materials and dimensions, go custom. Otherwise, you can buy some top-notch frames out there, and the one thing you absolutely want to splurge on, if anything, is the mattress. Your back will thank you later.
When space is limited in the kitchen, every little bit helps. One indispensible space hog in the kitchen that could benefit from a little intelligent design is the recycle bin. Stackable recycling bins, however, make it possible to banish that ugly municipal recycling to the garage permanently. Featuring a sleek, odor reducing design and color-coded labels, you can stack as many bins as you need to separate all your recyclables before trash day.
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