Security, we can’t repeat it enough, is important. Today, it’s an inescapable concern, no matter the sphere: your home, phone, computer, etc. While our blog will explore this theme more thoroughly in the future, today, we come back to security basics in five key points.
Home is where the heart is, but home is also where the most accidents and thefts occur in society. You must always make sure that your home is safe, especially if you have kids or elderly people under your roof. Here are five things that you may not know about home safety.
Cleaning and organization are top New Year's resolutions, and with good reason; it's hard to feel completely at ease in a cluttered home. Not only does clutter destroy mental clarity, it actually can pose a safety risk, as burglars are far more likely to target homes in which personal documents and other possessions are scattered about. Thieves assume that missing items won't be noticed in a messy home, so a neat environment poses a far greater risk for ne'er-do-wells intent on breaking in. The act of getting organized can be stressful in and of itself, so it's easy to see why so many people dread spring cleaning. With Maria Kondo's help, however, spring cleaning can be changed from a burden to a joyful endeavor. Her KonMari method has transformed millions of lives -- and it can do wonders for your messy home! Amp up your spring cleaning regimen by implementing Maria Kondo's unique approach to personal organization: