COVID-19 has made everyone adapt to a whole new level of normalcy. Aside from wearing face mask and face shield, frequent hand washing, and social distancing, we are also obliged to change some of the things that we are used to before to put an end to this pandemic.
Surely, going back to our normal life will take a long time and adapting to the so-called “new normal” is a challenge to most of us. To get you ready to the new normal era, start it at home since during this time, home is the safest place where you can stay.
Here are some helpful tips that you may want to consider getting your home ready for the new normal.
HAVE A SPACE FOR WORK AND STUDY
Having online classes for students and work from home options for the professionals are already a thing. Aside from having strong internet connection, you must also have a space where kids can concentrate on their online classes and parents can still have a productive workday even at home. Assign a room or a corner at your house where you can do these activities.
CHOOSE A LESS DENSE COMMUNITY
Physical distancing is one of the most important advises we always hear aside from the handwashing to prevent the virus from spreading. To make physical distancing more effective, living in a less dense community is highly encouraged. If you’re thinking to buy a house, this is also one of the important factors you have to consider for you to have a quiet and peaceful environment where you can always rest and relax.
CONSIDER HAVING A PEACEFUL COMMUNITY
One must also consider safety of the environment, especially during this time of the pandemic. Having a low-risk community gives a feeling of relief for the whole family. Having health and safety protocols should also be implemented to ensure the welfare of the residents.
Property Company of Friends (PRO-FRIENDS) always make sure that all these features are present in its communities. In Iloilo, Parc Regency Residences and Monticello Villas are known for its spacious house models and safe communities. Having these features, PRO-FRIENDS communities are indeed ready for the new normal.