How to Get Your Home Clean
As a mom, I know how hard it can be to keep your house clean when you are working long hours. With kids and busy schedules, there is never enough time in the day! That’s why I’ve compiled this list at smartorganisering.no of 5 ways to help stay composed when you have a busy week. Hopefully this will help make cleaning your home easier so that you can spend more time with those who matter most.
The first thing you should do is create a schedule. You’ll want to dedicate specific days of the week for certain cleaning tasks so that your home stays clean and tidy. For example, you might choose Mondays as laundry day, Tuesdays as bathroom day, Wednesdays as kitchen day and so on. Once you’ve chosen which days will be used for each task it’s time to get started!
The second tip I have is don’t try doing everything at once – this can feel overwhelming and stressful even if you’re only trying to complete one task per day; instead spread them out over multiple days (if possible). If there are some things like dusting or taking out the trash that must be done every single day then make sure those go first thing in the morning so that your home stays clean and uncluttered throughout the day.
If you have some free time on your hands, try cleaning while listening to some music or an audio book – this may help make the task more enjoyable! Additionally, if there are specific rooms in your house that become dirty faster then create a schedule for those too; perhaps every other week is bathroom/cleaning day where you’ll focus all of your attention on making sure everything sparkles. Organizing can be fun when done little by little with each passing week. No matter what type of lifestyle you lead it’s important to take care of yourself first before taking care of others which means having enough time to relax after spending hours at work or running errands.