It’s that time of year; the kids are home for a whole week…try surviving March break with no kitchen! Ahhh!
If you can’t get away and have decided to have a “staycation” instead, here are a few tips from our years of working with clients and kitchen renovations.
Stay positive – if you have hired the right company, they will keep your project running smoothly and on-time. If you are positive, the kids will stay positive.
Get creative – grab a note book and some coloured pens and document the renovation with your children. Include funny stories and create your own recipe book―how many meals can we make with a toaster oven and hotplate? This recipe book may also serve them well when they head off to University.
Think of this as an adventure – You used your old kitchen for 20+ years, what is three months of construction?
Get the board games out and pretend you’re camping – smores on the bbq anyone?!
Get out of the house - there is so much to do in Ottawa https://www.ottawatourism.ca/ottawa-insider/march-break-activities/
If you have any other fun tips or ideas, we would love to hear them, please send them along! firstname.lastname@example.org