It may seem like an unnecessary task, but you’ll have so much more sight outside if you wash your windows. Not to mention your house will be immaculate.
Did you know that you can use vinegar instead of chemicals for cleaning? It’s an all natural disinfectant, and mixed with some warm water, makes for a wonderful floor cleaner. By itself, it can clean glass stove tops, counters, and more.
You’ve probably forgotten to do this for a while, so here’s your reminder: clean your air filter if you have a reusable one and replace it if you have the other kind.
Take 5-10 minutes, and clean up your office space or desk. You’ll feel like you’re starting the new year fresh, and it’ll help ease you back into working after the holidays.
For many, the day after Christmas looks like a tornado whipped through the house, with wrapping paper and ribbons everywhere, so start cleaning up first thing in the morning. Get rid of all the garbage, minimize the leftovers, and start getting your house back into order.
No one likes the smell of rotting food, so each week, clean out your refrigerator the night before or the day of trash day, and take it down to the street. You’ll eliminate raccoon visitors, as well as nasty smells from permeating through the house.
Get up and get started on your chores! Don’t leave them to sit, but get the laundry in the washer, get to vacuuming, and get it done so you can rest and relax the rest of the day.
In the morning, allot yourself some time to quickly mop down your floors before you head out to work, school, yoga, wherever you’re going. This way, you’ll have clean, dry floors when you get back.
Don’t wait for the weekend to get all your chores done. Instead, take today to scrub down your bathroom or do your laundry, that way you have more time for fun stuff.