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You’ve got visitors coming over in an hour, and your house is a mess.
Naturally, you would start dumping scattered items into the closet. But then you quickly realize that the windows, kitchen tiles, and bathroom also need scrubbing.
Luckily, you own a few common kitchen items to remedy the situation. But can they make your house sparkling clean within just an hour?
Here are five home remedy techniques to help you during a cleaning emergency.
Why bother to declutter? What is it really going to do for me? How is it going to make my life better? I am sure these are the first questions people ask when they begin on the journey of decluttering and/or minimalism.
I know we have discussed this topic many times before but we can always do with a refresher course especially if we have lost momentum. So today I will share with you this chapter from my free ebook as it covers some great benefits of living a decluttered life.
Speed cleaning tips that will actually help minimize the amount of time you spend cleaning your house on the weekend.
You might be a power mom or a high-level executive, but unless you can afford a coterie of servants (lucky you!), you still have to keep the house clean. But there are many ways to streamline house cleaning. It really comes down to cleaning smarter, and spending a few super-efficient minutes of daily cleaning, rather than leaving it all for a marathon, and usually exhausting, weekend job.
Marie Kondo's book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up didn't go gangbusters for no reason. People are drowning in their stuff, and it's having a major impact on their lives.
From a feng shui perspective, it's obvious why decluttering is picking up so much buzz. The practice believes that symbolism is the name of the game and our homes represent our lives. One of my colleagues, Carol Olmstead, teaches that our homes are, in essence, "3-D vision boards." Therefore, every item that you own plays a role in crafting your life.
You've probably already heard that decluttering can increase the chi (life energy) of your home and invite change into your life. And it's true: I have witnessed the biggest life changes occur once people get rid of clutter.
However, the process of throwing things away can induce stress, so we often put it off. Many people also struggle because they don't know how to get started and don't have an organizing system in place.