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6 Tips on Home Renovations for Busy Moms

Home renovations might be a luxury for some, but they’re a necessity if your place is much too outdated. They will help to enhance the look of your home as well as its value, so it’s best to get started right away. However, what if your schedule is simply too full to allow for any extra project? Try the following tips; they might help you in getting started.


1.   Use Your Time Management Skills

When you’re already juggling several things at once as a busy mom, chances are that you’ve learned some time management skills. Home renovations are just another task that you can easily tick off your list once you put your mind to it. The trick here is to simply start and try to finish the job as quickly as possible. Don’t debate for weeks over the best color, best shade, etc. Break down the whole renovation into manageable chunks and set a time for finishing each one.


2. Prefer Choices That Are Easy To Implement

There’s no need to go for difficult and time-consuming décor projects when something else would also do. For instance, you might want to opt for DIY shutter instead of installing curtain rods or paying for someone to put up your blinds. Look around to see what else you can do in a quicker and easier manner, such as the floors. Vinyl flooring costs less than the laminated kind, and the whole project is over in a matter of hours. It might not last as long, but the house will still get that new, modern, elegant look.


3. Outsource Complex Tasks

If you’re in need of a technical job like installing an NJ automatic lawn sprinkler or something like this — the aluminum trench box, it’s highly recommended to outsource your work. You might not want to do this for every little job, though, or the costs could pile up like crazy. These are important home renovations tips when you are a busy mom. Who wants to worry about watering the grass when you can just set the timer?

Plus, you might not even need to hire a professional for something that you want to outsource. If you’re not skilled at hanging wallpaper, call in some friends who know their way around that glue and roller. If you offer to babysit their kids for a few nights in return, it’s a win for everyone.


4. Set A Realistic Budget

If you’re going to start your home renovations right away, it won’t do to get stuck with a cash flow problem. Make sure you select cost-efficient projects and actually have the money to see the job through. Don’t bank your hopes on getting a bonus, promotion, or even a loan from someone. Make do with what you have, or save up until you can afford it all.


5. Utilize Sunday For Small Jobs

There will be many DIY projects you can tackle as soon as possible. Put your Sundays to good use and save some money while you’re at it. You can even get the whole family together, order in a pizza when the work’s done, and make some memories!

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6. Know That Preparation Is Key

If you’re enlisting others to help you or want to complete something yourself, make sure all the tools and supplies are available and handy when you begin. Don’t irritate your helping hands by forcing them to search for tools when they’re already doing you a favor.


If you’re alone, wandering off to find this and that will almost always distract you from the main focus. At the very least, trying to acquire the materials and instruments at the last minute will only end up wasting your time.


Wrapping Up

When you’re thinking about home renovations, the best way is to simply go ahead with it. Of course, you need to make sure you know what’s needed before starting out. Follow the tips above, and you might have the perfect home in no time!


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TWL Working Mom

Jennifer is the Owner of TWL Working Moms and Co-Owner of Influential Mamas.  Along with blogging + freelance writing, she is a mom, army wife and full-time teacher. Jennifer lives in Washington State and is a born + raised New Yorker. In her spare time, she loves traveling, yoga, the beach, writing, listening to books and drinking coffee.

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