At first, I felt inspired by the wave of amateur interior designers taking over my Instagram feed.
I watched as they painted their kitchen cabinets, refitted light fixtures and added new dimensions to their suspiciously well-lit apartments.
Personally, though, I’ve found it difficult to reconcile my pandemic-era budget with possible home upgrades.
I total up the potential prices of all these dream-home projects, copy and paste them into a Google doc and then immediately close the tab in horror.
Since moving to working remotely in March, I’ve remained hunched over my kitchen table, straining my shoulders and vainly waiting for the go-ahead to return to my Manhattan office.
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