There are some clean-living tips that are just plain easy to accomplish.With just a few simple and pain-free tweaks to your life, you can have more free-time, more organization, more peace and simplicity. These ideas are not revolutionary, they are just simple ideas that you most likely already know about. We are here to encourage you to step up and make it happen!
Clear That Clutter!
Folks…all the stuff just has to go. Before you can develop clean living, you need to make an attempt to streamline your stuff. We’re not calling for purging all of your belongings, instead, a call to more carefully examine the items in your life and understanding their purpose and benefit. Have you decluttered yet? If yes, read on! If no, you need to pause and finish step one!
Go To Bed With a Clean Kitchen Every Night
Saying good morning to used dishes piled up in the sink is not the best way to start your day. Pour an extra glass of wine, turn on some music, and spend the extra 15 minutes in your kitchen before you close it down for the night. When you arise for your morning coffee, you will be delighted to have a clean kitchen. Wipe down your counters every day to avoid elusive sticky spots and crumbs, both things that invite bug friends to make your counters their feast.
Prevent Laundry Basket Living
Putting away your laundry is just as important as remembering to move the load from the washer to the dryer. If you lack the go-get-em quality re:putting your laundry away, try dumping it out of the basket onto your sleeping area. It will force you to put it away before your head hits the pillow at night! Hang jackets, dress clothes, jewelry, scarves, purses. Draping them over a chair is a poor solution; take the extra few steps to the closet to put them back where they go. Putting your clothes away is not an ‘extra’ step in the laundry process, it’s a necessary step. Put non-washables back where they go, not draped over a piece of furniture to use ‘later.’
Develop Simple, Sustainable Cleaning Habits
Schedule vacuuming and other cleaning… write it down, put it in the phone calendar, set aside weekly time to make it happen. Ideally, you should vacuum at least once a week, and if you have pets or children, more like 2-3 times a week. Wiping down other flat surfaces is a weekly task that should accompany your vacuuming. Consider purchasing a 2nd or 3rd vacuum to have for easy access on each level of your house. Consider scheduling a professional cleaning service to do quarterly ‘seasonal’ cleans of your house. Don’t make it harder on yourself; cleaning can be painful, but there are machines and services that are designed to help!
The professionals at All Vacuum & Appliances are ready to help you weigh these important decisions. Our staff are not just salespeople; we truly know the ins-and-outs of vacuums and appliances. We can evaluate your current vacuum or appliance and help you to decide whether it is cost effective to repair, and if not, help you select a new vacuum or appliance that meets your everyday needs.
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