This might be a controversial hot take, but I don’t think the “stay at home” part of the pandemic was really all that bad. I got to avoid a commute, didn’t have to wear pants, and spent significantly less time eating junk food and a little bit more time hanging out with my family. But, all this home time and zoom meetings did come with a catch; I realized my home kinda sucks in some aspects.
Having had to carve out my own place to work independent from where my partner worked and my kid played was a challenge. And, there was really no where to escape, when I needed to. And this experience was all too familiar to pretty much everyone.
So that got the people at Sears Home Services wondering exactly how people coped with their homes, how satisfied they were with their surroundings and if they did anything about it.