30 Days to a Clean and Organized House
Kallie Branciforte used to have a messy house because she convinced herself she didn’t have the time to clean it. She realized it wasn’t time that held her back, it was the lack of habits that kept her house messy.
Kallie tells you how to take a 30-day clean house challenge and learn to be tidy using five simple mantras that’ll build habits.
1. We are what we repeatedly do
You are the outcome of small, daily routines and habits repeated day after day. Develop a routine, such as cleaning the same room on the same day once a week or taking the trash out daily.
2. Never go to bed with a dirty sink
Kallie hated coming downstairs to a dirty, gross kitchen but she forced herself to clean her kitchen sink every night, no matter how tired she felt. Now she feels great waking up to a clean kitchen. For 30 days, just focus on cleaning the sink before bed.
3. Simplify your stuff
Your house didn’t get cluttered in a day and it won’t get decluttered in a day. For 30 days, declutter one area of your home a little bit every day for 10 minutes.
4. Attend to your flat surfaces
Tend to your tables, counters, shelves, floors, and anything flat because flat surfaces love clutter. Once a day for 10 minutes, clear off your flat surfaces.
5. Make time to be home
We’re an over-entertained society. Though it’s good to experience life, becoming more of a homebody saves money, lets you live simply, and gives you more time to care for your home.
30 days to a clean and organized house
By following these mantras, it’ll take you 30 days to a clean and organized house. Let us know what mantra is your favorite. Do you have a mantra to add to keeping a tidy house?
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