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What Odd Jobs To Tackle During The Pandemic

We are gaining more and more free time to get things done these days and it may be time to start looking at it as a positive rather than a negative. There are a vast number of jobs we can do with our down time and in the end when things get back to normal again they won’t be on the “honey do list” and you will have free time to enjoy life out and about again. Here are some simple jobs to tackle over the next coming weeks:

Do some maintenance around the house. How often do we clean the backs and behinds of the fridge? When was the last time you cleaned out the fridge or the oven? Is it time to get some small appliances tuned up at an appliance repair shop? Take some time to do the nasty jobs we never have time for. 

Go through your closets and get rid of old clothes you no longer fit or need or wear. You can try to sell them to make some extra pocket money to pull you out of Christmas debt or you can donate them to a local charity or thrift store. 

It may be a good idea to complete small renovations now if you have the money to get it done. Painting, reflooring, redoing the kitchen are all jobs that can be tackled during quarantine times. 

If you have nothing to do around the house maybe you should consider learning something new. Take an online course, learn a new language for a trip your planning or enrol in something else that enhances your life. Turn down time into progression and thrive during covid rather than suffer in silence. 


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