I don’t want to live forever. But I do want however many years I have ahead of me to be as fit, healthy, happy and resilient as possible. Apparently, I’m not alone in this preference. The top bullet point in the latest Houzz survey featured longevity. So I set out to discover how that’s showing up in kitchen projects, the focus of the report. You can read about it here.
Homeowners are seeking kitchens that promote health and well-being to enhance their longevity potential.
(IMAGE: Bosch home appliances // Wellness by Design Bonus Chapter, (c) 2023)
FIVE REASONS TO GET MY NEW BONUS CHAPTER
Since my award-winning Wellness by Design book went to press right before the world shut down in 2020, I decided to write a BONUS CHAPTER. It’s FREE with your purchase of the book itself. Here are five reasons why you should click through to your favorite independent bookstore, Barnes & Noble or Amazon to get your copy NOW!
- There are so many ways that nature has to wreck your home. Find out how to make it more resilient.
- Are you caring for your parents or in-laws? Find out how to make it better, safer and easier with tips on multi-generational planning.
- Do you need more space? (Who doesn’t, right???) Find out how to make your rooms do double-duty without taking down walls.
- Is noise driving you crazy? Find out how to make your living spaces quieter. (And why it’s so important to do so.)
- Have you been wondering about artificial intelligence and other new technologies? Find out what they can do for you!
Here are a few links from around the web to enhance your home, health, safety and life:
- Plant-related: Certain hacks can harm houseplants – Washington Post via San Diego Union-Tribune
- Tech-related: Americans are growing wary of security, privacy concerns – CEPro
- Storage-related: The iconic IKEA product that never fails to bring order to small spaces – Apartment Therapy