After spending time with family and friends, working, taking some time for myself and, of course, blogging, I don't have much time to keep up with daily house maintenance, let alone devote a whole weekend to spring cleaning. I am in desperate need of a deep clean, please help!
Weekends are a necessary time to relax and catch up, especially for those with busy schedules. Instead of devoting yourself to a weekend, try spreading out your spring cleaning tasks into smaller increments over several days. Heck, maybe you can even get the kids involved! Read on for more tips to help you achieve that spring clean feel without the stress.
It's that time of year again -- time for spring cleaning! If you're like me, this annual ritual strikes fear and dread in your heart. Does spring cleaning seem like the Mt. Everest of housekeeping tasks? A challenge only a few have undertaken successfully? Don't worry, spring cleaning doesn’t have to be scary, but it is something we should all do. It's not just about cleaning blinds and sweeping baseboards, though doing these things is great. You can also use spring cleaning as a prompt to schedule household maintenance and service checks that will prevent problems down the line.