Spring cleaning officially began this weekend. Last year I was a little overwhelmed with the amount of stuff that needed to be done/should be done but this year I plan on being a total cleaning bad ass. I decided the best way to start Spring cleaning is to declutter before I even start to clean. I’ve vowed to get rid of 15 bags of stuff in 15 days. I completed days 1-6 today.
Less is more and my mind tends to function with less clutter (which is why the one unfinished guest room always has a closed door). My goal is to get that room in order before I start cleaning everything else. Someone yell HOT MESS and pray! I will NOT be sharing a photo of that room. It’s really not that bad but it’s the most incomplete room in the house so everything tends to migrate there.
When are you starting Spring cleaning? Are you even going to start Spring cleaning? If not, I’m not judging. You probably have a super clean house without pets. Super jealous, although I could never live without Ham Shank (that’s another nickname for this little handsome) so I’m happy to Spring clean.
To make your Spring cleaning journey a little less daunting, I created a chart to show how often things should be cleaned. And guess what? You can download it and print it for free dizzle! My first printable. You’re welcome.
This is my first time using this program so if you run into any problems, let me know.
Now, go start cleaning.