On the home front
It’s safe to say that most of us are spending a whole lot more time than usual—and, probably, more time than we would like—inside our homes. Yes, we’d been living in our homes before, but this necessary but lengthy stay-at-home order has made many of us all a little more intimately acquainted with them. So Homes.com decided to investigate the various adjustments people have made to their basic home lives during this time. They surveyed 1,000 people throughout the United States and found out what people were buying more of, doing less of and more.
Stocking up on non-perishable foods
If you’ve been inside a grocery store since stay-at-home orders became the norm, you’ve probably noticed that some items have been slim pickings. Grocery stores have even been limiting the amount of some products, like dry pasta, that a single customer can buy at a time. People are stocking up on things that will last …read more
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