Imagine this: dishes piled up, laundry tossed on the bedroom floor, backpacks abandoned in the middle of the kitchen. Do you feel like your house is always messy? If you answer yes, you are not alone! Learn the simple habit that can keep your house cleaner with less work. (Affiliate links are present in
Besides cleaning the kitchen and their bedrooms, I want my kids to be able to clean their bathroom. This printable bathroom cleaning checklist helps them do just that – and without forgetting anything important in the process. Scroll down to the bottom of this post for your free printable! How to Use the Kids Printable
Do you know any 4-year olds who love to clean up? Neither do I. If you’re dealing with kids who don’t believe in putting things away, read on. These tips can help teach your kid to clean up, so you don’t have to! First thing’s first: Most kids aren’t born neat. Sure, there’s the
It doesn’t matter if you only have 30 minutes, a full day, or the whole weekend to clean. Here are three tips for staying focused while cleaning. Keep reading to see what my “quick tidy” cleaning checklist looks like, too! 1) Make it “your time.” Yes, we all know that cleaning sucks. But if
Checklists are my way of keeping on top of things and staying motivated through less-than-exciting jobs (like spring cleaning!). Here’s a simple spring cleaning checklist you can use to cover all the important places in your kitchen. Related Read:  Check out this post if you’re interested in more ways to make spring cleaning easy! How

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