How families can comfortably share close quarters

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There are some ways families can live comfortably when sharing close quarters for extended periods of time. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA – As the COVID-19 pandemic stretched on, families had to adapt to changing situations. Quarantine proved challenging even for the most resilient people, and families sharing close quarters found ways to stay calm and comfortable under one roof. During the pandemic, families have spent more time together thanks to school closures, remote working and social distancing restrictions that limited contact between people who live in different households. The home improvement resource BobVila.com said that the average home in the United States is around 1,760 square feet, but when everyone is clamoring for a spot to spend most of their days, even the most expansive home can begin to feel a bit too confined. The following are some ways families can live comfortably when sharing close
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