The first step in noseblind diagnosis is symptom awareness. And the first step to that is answering the following questions:
Do your neighbors drop by often… but never come past the front porch?
Are you denied the chaotic pleasure of hosting the holidays every year?
Do overnight guests spend the night in a tent?
When friends come to pick you up, do they honk the horn instead of coming in?
Do you own multiple pets (dogs, cats, mice, ferrets, domesticated squirrels, etc.)?
Are there more children than adults living in your home? Do they play sports?
Does the idea of deep cleaning your home once a week make your eye twitch?
Do you cook delicious, aromatic meals at least once a week?
Is your car also used as an alternate dining room, gym bag, and animal rescue van?
Do your coworkers always insist on driving to meetings?
Do your passengers roll down the windows in your car… even during inclement weather?
If you answered “yes” to any of the above, your diagnosis is clear: You, like millions of Americans, are noseblind. Sorry. But it’s science. You, too, can thrive, despite going noseblind, with a guest-ready regimen of freshness.