Choosing Differently: 3 Ways The Pandemic Impacted Your Future Investments

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Just when you had your future planned out, the pandemic struck. With all the time you spend at home working and steering clear of social contact, it’s inevitable to find yourself reflecting on some of your life choices. Soon, you’ll find yourself staring at your vision board wondering if all the investments you want to make are still worth it. Maybe they are, but the picture in your mind has already changed a bit.
The pandemic has a way of rooting people back to the things that truly matter. Here are some of the most noteworthy changes that can happen to your investments.

A Bigger Space

Photos of small houses have been making their rounds on social media for some time now. You’ve set your eyes on a particular aesthetic and plotted how to manage it financially. The thing with small houses, however, is that you won’t have room to accommodate your new hobby–gardening. There’s no wonder why gardening became such a huge hit when quarantine started. People realized that they needed to find ways to cut costs and secure their food supply. Along the way, many realized they’ve also found their new favorite hobby.
Suddenly, a bigger house is less about extravagance than it is about making room for your plants. It’s best to get in touch with a reputable developer when you’re scouting house and land for sale. Discuss your new vision and how you can accomplish it given your current budget. Just because you’re getting a bigger space doesn’t mean you’re building a mansion. When you work with the right professionals, you may get your new dream house and garden sooner than you expect.
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A More Sustainable Lifestyle

Apart from growing and harvesting your own crops, you’ve also become more interested in sustainable living. Climate change is among the many global crises highlighted during the pandemic. A lot of people believe that the government-mandated quarantine did wonders for mother nature, and you agree.
Now that you’re thinking of making sustainable choices to further your positive impact, a lot of your old preferences have to go. This means fewer trips to your local hardware store in favor of dealers that sell reclaimed wood. That beautiful wooden table in the kitchen of your new house? Salvaged. Your living room set? Upcycled. Your monthly bills? Paperless. Climate change may not have been remedied overnight by your decisions, but that doesn’t mean they’re any less significant.

A Cruelty-Free Purchase

With all the rumors going around about the origins of COVID-19, people have become more conscious about buying products that are cruelty-free. This term often applies to cosmetics and other beauty products because they’re the industries that tend to experiment on animals. Even if it’s proven that the coronavirus didn’t originate from bats, you’ll still feel better knowing that your powder isn’t the result of harming innocent animals.
Your monthly purchase of self-care essentials might not seem like an investment worth pondering on, but if you do the math, you’ll be shocked at the figures. Investments don’t only refer to big purchases like houses and cars. Even the small expenses you make on a regular basis can be considered one.
It matters how you spend your money, especially after the pandemic. There’s a reason why everybody’s settling for the “new normal” and not anticipating that they’d be going back to their lives before. That might be for the better, actually, because now you’re more knowledgeable about the best ways you can spend for your future.

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