Since we are all stuck in our very own houses due to the lock-down mainly because of the COVID-19 pandemic. We might as well spend our time doing some home improvements, that we have no time before the lock-down.


Plants flowers, or better yet vegetables. Planting vegetables would save us a lot more money than buying on groceries. You wont get the risk of getting infected, you also get healthy benefits from the vegetables. And while your at it, might as well give the lawn its first cut of the year, cut back your hedges, pull out any weeds and get planting to bring out some color once the summer arrives.

Home Improvements - Gardening

Planting is a physical activity and pulling weeds, planting, and digging can burn up to 400 calories per hour. Gardening is also a good mental exercise and helps keep your mind sharp.


You should clean your garage not just to keep your car in, but also to keep pests out. Messy garages make attractive homes for rats, mice, spiders and other unwelcome critters, many of which are eager to follow you right into your home. You are already on lock-down, we don’t want unwanted guest do we.

Home Improvement - Cleaning Garage

The cleaner the garage, more organized it will be. No longer will you need to search through all of your junk looking for your seasonal decorations, power tools, or anything else, because it will all be in its proper place. The time you spend cleaning and organizing your garage will ultimately pay for itself by saving you time in the future that you otherwise would have spent searching for things you’d misplaced.


Lets start clearing stagnant clutter around us. Especially when you address the storage under your bed, it can become easier to fall asleep. Since humans are energetic beings, the more energy that freely circulates around us, the easier it is for us to rejuvenate with deep, restful sleep (Which most of us will be doing most of the day).

Home Improvements - De-Clutter

Create a space for everything you want to store. For instance, create a folder to keep paper bills, a cabinet space for pots and pans, and a box for miscellaneous items. Just remember to nurture your habit of always returning the item to the designated spot.