Apartment renters, take note! December has finally come to an end. You know what that means! It’s time to close the book on 2020 and look ahead to what 2021 has to offer. Every year, millions of people promise themselves to improve their lives as the old year dissolves and the new one takes its place. So what are you waiting for? Let’s talk about five resolutions you can make when you want a new place to live.
Wash Your Dishes Right Away
We all know the struggle – dealing with the dishes right after you’re done with them. As tedious and unpleasant as it is, you owe this to yourself. At the very least, you should rinse them and get them ready for the dishwasher. Make the tidiness of your kitchen one of your biggest priorities – especially in the sink. That way, you’ll always have clean plates, cups, and silverware to use. Moreover, the loose crumbs and gunk won’t invite unwanted visitors such as bugs and rodents into your living space!
Have Someone Else Do Your Chores
All right, so we’ve talked about how not-fun it is to do chores. Besides, you probably need to work full-time on top of looking after your kids and pets. Even your spouse or other relatives who join you as roommates shouldn’t be stuck doing it all the time. So having someone else in your household handle all of the chores isn’t what we mean. Instead, hire someone to do it! Check out TaskRabbit and Thumbtack for contractors who are ready to help!
Make a Schedule to Get Chores Done
However, most apartment renters won’t have the luxury of hiring someone to get their chores done for them. Let’s suppose most of your money goes towards covering rent, and then utilities, and then groceries. If that’s the case, then make yourself a regular schedule to tackle all of those chores head-on. You’ll be surprised how much of a difference even one hour a night will make!
Reorganize All of Your Food Storage
Another issue many apartment renters face is how to store all of their food. Take the food out of open bags, boxes, and cans. Put them into sealed containers instead – even so, they’ll still be easy to find and easy to remember when you feel like having a snack. Scrub out your fridge and cabinets. Put down shelving paper on the pantry shelves, too.
Get Rid of Anything That is Expired
Finally, get rid of anything that is expired. Old food and medicine that has outstayed its welcome will only eat up valuable storage space. The less clutter you have in your apartment, the better off you will feel! Apartment renters and homeowners alike can benefit from this advice!
Let Us Welcome You Home to Your Fabulous New Apartment!
Here at Beechtree Apartments, we pride ourselves on providing you with luxurious living and affordable pricing. When you choose one of our fabulous new apartments in Calvert County, Maryland, or in Southern Maryland, you can see how modern living meets modern-day conveniences. It’s easy to find us! Visit us at 200 Jenden Way Suite 101, Prince Frederick, Maryland 20678. Are you social? Feel free to follow us on Facebook and Instagram! You can also reach us by phone at 443-432-3557!