Due to remote working, I realized that I could make UX improvements to my daily routine and life in general. I looked at myself as a user and my home as a UX project and began trying to look at how I interact with my immediate surroundings objectively. I wanted to improve and make things more efficient based on my natural patterns and how I used my home products.
It started with reorganizing my shelf of old sketchbooks and moved onto my record collection, entertainment system, then blossomed to me taking a critical eye to my whole apartment. I partially credit this "home project" to keeping me sane for all of these months working from home. It's an iterative process but a fun one.