The internet has taken the place of a a set of encyclopedias, a stack of phone books, and a drawer full of take out menus. Our mobile phones are equipped with calculators, clocks, contacts, and compasses. We makes notes on our phones, file important papers in our computers, and even play online casino games, making life and hobbies more convenient. Doesn’t this mean we should have more room in our houses?
Finding enough outlets to charge up our 21st Century gadgets, when we live in houses built in the early part of the 20th Century, can be challenging. Discovering and disguising the various electrical cords can also be a challenge. Technology is definitely working in our favor. Laptop computers, as well as, wireless routers and printers, decrease the need for an electrical outlet within reach of your preferred computing chair. This also decreases the chance of someone tripping over the cords. Just another benefit of the advancements in technology.
Software is available to help choose a paint color, decorate a room, or redesign your backyard. Think about the time this saves. And the number of sketch pads and books. You can even get your sister’s input, and she lives 3 states away. Even the beginning interior designer can create the room of her dreams simply by using the tools of today’s technology.
And when she is done decorating, maybe she can de-clutter the rest of the house.