Today I am trying to get motivated for Spring, despite the fact that it is POURING rain outside right now. So how do I do that? By talking about Spring cleaning your home. This is a two-part post that I am working on with one of my favorite bloggers Candi for A Day In Candiland. Part 1 will be shared on my blog, and part 2 will make an appearance on her blog very soon.
Although it isn’t snowing right now, one of my favorite posts that I wrote involved Spring cleaning activities on a snow day. These are perfect for a rainy day, too.
Another great post to check out about Spring cleaning your home is my 5 Minute Homemaking Tasks. Each of these tasks are great for Spring cleaning, and they take only minutes to complete. Total win!
As many of you know, I am a co-host for Motivation Monday. Each week our wonderful readers share their best posts with us. So I decided that for part one post about Spring cleaning your home, I would do a round-up of all the great posts that were shared as part of the link-up. I am also including some posts from my favorite blogging tribe!
Spring Cleaning Your Home:
Let’s start with How To Organize Your Life With A Household Notebook. It’s always best to make a plan, and this is a great way to get started.
And one cannot possible Spring clean without the proper tools. Stephanie from A Grande Life is sharing about 10 Organizing Tools for Spring Cleaning.
And don’t think that you have to do ALL the cleaning yourself. Be sure to get the kids involved. The Super Mommy Club shares 12 Ways To Make Cleaning Fun For Kids.
Thankfully, it seems, Spring cleaning your home doesn’t have to be something that you dread. Christina from It’s A Keeper Blog has a two-part Ultimate Spring Cleaning Guide. Here is part 1! Be sure to check out both parts of the post, it really is a comprehensive guide.
And if you love checklists to follow, then Megan from NEPA Mom has a wonderfully laid out Spring Cleaning Schedule. You can even print it out for yourself.
One last thing to remember: Spring cleaning your home is not supposed to make you feel bad. Some people can do more, others have to do less because of physical or time restraints. Whatever your situation is, just remember to do what you can. Don’t feel bad if you can’t get it all done. And don’t compare yourself to others!
When will you start Spring cleaning your home?
Stay tuned for part 2, as I am going to be sharing how to Spring clean an often overlooked item in your home: your purse! As I said earlier, part 2 will be shared on A Day In Candiland! So check back soon.
And if you are itching to Spring clean your blog, be sure to check out these two posts: