One morning when I went down from a good night’s sleep, I nearly slipped when I passed by the refrigerator. Our refrigerator leaked water as someone left its door open for an extended period. Must be our youngest kid since he loves to open and close the refrigerator door to look for food.
Upon cleaning our refrigerator and mopping the floor, I’ve realized that our trusted appliance has been with us for nearly 12 years. We got it when my husband and I decided to live on our own. And most of the set of furniture and appliance in our small house is about a decade old or more. They are now showing wear and tear. After all, this happens due to negligence, abuse, and for many years of use.
However, with three high school boys, a youngster about to enter school next year, and a toddler, buying a new set of appliance is far from happening in the next few years. Good thing my mom opened a business hub two months ago and got me as her support system. I religiously keep my salary for home improvement. This mother plans to ditch some of their beyond repair furniture and appliance. A new set of dining table or refrigerator, for instance, would undoubtedly boost my family’s morale and make the house a more enjoyable place to stay.