Welcome to my website. I’m hoping to provide you with some useful packing tips. My name is Ellen Monday. My family and I moved from a very large home to a large home. My point being, although we still live in a large house, we did downsize. It was almost like packing for two moves because we had belongings going to the new house and some going to storage. We had to make decisions about what we wanted to keep, store and get rid of. I have some tips on how we made those decisions, and the best ways we found to pack. Items that were going into storage were packed differently than those we were moving to the new house. Boxes had to be carefully and clearly marked so we didn’t end up storing our everyday dishes or something tragic like that! Hope you enjoy my blog.
A growing number of people are transitioning to at-home work environments and finding that this works very well for their needs. However, some may find that working from home has some limitations, particularly in a small apartment that experiences stuffy air. Those in this situation may want to consider adding an indoor ceiling fan to their home to help manage this problem.
Stuffy Air Is Uncomfortable
"Stuffy" air indicates stale air in an indoor environment that hasn't been circulated or ventilated very well. This sense is caused by various particles of dust and other elements hanging in the air and making it feel less fresh and enjoyable. While stuffy air isn't a health concern (as it doesn't cause any issues, even when breathed for extended periods) it can be uncomfortable and frustrating for some.
For example, people who work from home may find themselves breathing the same old stuffy air for days. And if they work in a small apartment, where there aren't many windows, getting fresh air may be hard. However, it is possible to stir up stuffy air or even ventilate it better in these small work areas. A good indoor ceiling fan should provide the help a person needs to keep their air a little fresher.
An Indoor Ceiling Fan May Help
Indoor ceiling fans have a unique capability for managing stuffy air because they can be adjusted to push air both up and down. Their twirling blades also help to move air throughout a room, breaking up its staid and unappealing atmosphere. For some people in an apartment, this approach may be all they need to break up their stuffy air and feel a bit more comfortable working at home instead.
Ceiling fans can also help people in a small apartment by pushing staid and stuffy air closer to their window, allowing it to exit more easily. They can then turn the fan in the opposite direction to draw in healthier and fresher air. These simple adjustments can be done throughout the day to provide an individual with a higher level of fresh air and a more relaxing environment for their work.
Before installing an indoor ceiling fan, it is important for those who rent an apartment to talk to their landlord about this process. Some may install a fan at the request of their renters at no extra charge or ask for a little money for the installation fee. Others may allow apartment renters to install a fan themselves or may not allow them to change the apartment at all, making it important to okay this process.