An ill maintained landscape of your home or business conveys that the people inside are ill maintained and for a business it conveys that clients are ill maintained. A poorly maintained landscape says the below about your business so before your clients even enter your building you are imprinting negativity on them which could be the source of not having repeat customers or high staff turnover, both affecting your reputation negatively.
* Flower beds are crowded with weeds, other plants taking root or overgrown shrubs = money and clients will have trouble finding your business or will just turn away
* Flower beds and sidewalks are not edged = boundaries will be crossed
* Trash not picked up on a daily bases = conveys that you don’t care enough about your business so how can you begin to care about your clients
All of this will cause similar issues with homes, just replace "clients" with "opportunities" and look what you could be missing out on!
Maintain or care for your lawn/landscaping and you will give your reputation an instant boost!
We've all received them, you know what I'm talking about, those gifts that your Aunt gave you that you know if you don't have on display when she visits that she will make a comment about it. I get it, it was thoughtful of her and you want to make her happy by displaying it but do you love it? And as the years go by, how many more guilt gifts do you have filling up your home?
Guilt gifts can come in all forms from decor items, to artwork, to clothing, to furniture. If you don't love it, it shouldn't be in your home because it holds negative feelings. Negative feelings from each guilt gift can make your home a sad home. Release those negative feelings by making your home a guilt-free zone and only have items you love. If your Aunt asks where her guilt gift is then just explain that it just didn't go with your decor and leave it that and she'll stop giving your guilt gifts.
Every couple seems to long for double sinks when they are looking for a new home but what they don't know is that the double sinks are the beginning of the Great Divide...dividing themselves from being a close couple to increasing the space between themselves. With one sink to use, couples have to dance around each other and remain close, engulfed in each other's personal space as it is one shared space. When there are 2 sinks and especially when the sinks are on opposite sides of the bathroom, the couple no longer shares a space. Each person gets their own space and the once close couple is now divided.
Other superficial cons of having double sinks:
More to clean
More things to break
More cost to have repaired
Less counter space