If this is your first time reading my blog, I bet you have some preconceived ideas that my house must be impeccably spotless and I have all the house cleaning motivation I’ll ever need, right?
Let’s face it, being sick is no fun. You suffer, your spouse suffers, your kids suffer, and even your house suffers. Those icky germs that started this big ol’ mess are still hanging out in your house just waiting to cling onto someone else.
We use our silverware every single day, and I’m assuming you probably do, too. But is it really as clean as you think it is? Sure, you pop them in the dishwasher after eating and you use the best dishwashing detergent money can buy. Good enough, right?
January is the universal month of organization. You pack away your holiday decorations and do a little extra cleaning before you put your house back together. And after everything is nice and clean, you get the urge to make everything super organized. There’s just something in the January air that…
It’s that time of year again…the kids are going back to school. Some parents dread this day after spending all that quality time with the kiddos all summer, while others are counting down the days, hours, and minutes to a little quiet time.
Springtime is long-gone and by now, front porches are left with caked-on pollen, lots of dirt, and a dead bug graveyard. This weekend you can give your porch some love and get it fresh and clean for summer parties with minimal time and effort. I’ve got some tricks up my…