You’ve got a busy life, so it’s not always easy to keep the house looking spotless. Ideally, you’d be able to regularly devote an entire day to cleaning, but that’s not always an option. On those rare occasions when you actually do have some free time, the last things you want to think about are dusting, scrubbing, and sweeping.
It may be easier to look at your home in terms of maintaining rather than occasionally playing an intense game of catch up. This organized and consistent approach to cleaning will help to eliminate stress and make your days off that much more enjoyable.
- Divide Up Tasks
Why should you have to do all the work? If there are other hands in your household, put them to use. Everyone should have his/her own daily tasks involved with keeping the home looking nice. For children, that chore may be as simple as keeping play areas clear by picking up toys when they’re finished playing.
- Assign Rooms to Days
Who says you always have to tackle the whole house at once? There are no rules to cleaning. Assign each room to a day. On Mondays, you straighten up and dust the living room. Then, Tuesdays call for a nice break. On Wednesdays, you work on the bathrooms. (The week goes on in this fashion.)
- Only Display the Essentials
Clutter alone can add a great deal of stress to your life. Help yourself by properly tucking away any unnecessary items. This goes along with the “out of sight, out of mind” mentality. Things that are seldom used should be kept in a storage facility, making them one less issue for you to worry about. (Click here to learn more about clutter’s negative effects on your health.)
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A portion of each low monthly payment is applied toward the purchase price of your portable shed. If your shed ever becomes a financial burden or you simply no longer need the building, give us a call. We’ll retrieve the warehouse right away, and your credit will remain untarnished! Learn more about renting-to-own below!