Quality of life is essential to living a healthy life. That means we should do as much as we can to reduce stress, through a combination of exercise and exercising our rights to live in a stress-free environment.
The latter hinges on finding the right roommate or tenant, because too many people spend too much money on housing in general; because too many people live with roommates they do not know or do not like, thereby making an already tense situation worse.
“Searching for a roommate should match people whose interests and compatibility are similar. By emphasizing transparency – by ensuring people can learn more about one another before entering into a rental agreement – we can not only improve quality of life, we can empower people to live well without living expensively,” says Steven Yos, Founder of WeRommies.
“By offering individuals a social network of this kind, in which users may chat on a one-to-one basis or join a group chat (or create their own), accuracy becomes the priority it should be. Accuracy of outcome, where roommates are more than people who share the same physical space, is critical to establishing ‘domestic tranquility.’”
I second that point, since happy roommates go to work without fear, anger or anxiety. That happiness, in turn, translates into better employee morale, increased productivity and enhanced efficiency overall.
We need to pay more attention to these matters, since they originate from the same place. They begin at home, where roommates get along and do not act like strangers to one another.
The solution Yos speaks of, which is free to use and easy to navigate, promises to revolutionize a multitude of industries.
That it can advance the cause of health and wellness, too, is cause for celebration.
The more you understand yourself, the more silence there is, the healthier you are. —Maxime Lagacé