Christmas is fast approaching. Since we love to enjoy the festive season, we’ve always liked cleaning and decluttering during the fall so that we feel less stressed and overwhelmed when the holidays come.
Fall is also the best time of the year for decluttering your home if you’ve never tried. A decluttered house will make your life so much easier.
Get your house decluttered for the holidays. Hosting parties and welcoming overnight guests during the holidays will become less stressful if you have got a clutter-free home. You definitely want to have room for your guests and the things you and your guests bring into your house.
When you’re going to clean out all the spaces, be ruthless with the things that you no longer use or love.
Are you ready to get your home clean and tidy for Christmas and the New Year? Here are the 7 areas you may want to declutter. Continue reading 7 Areas to Declutter Before Christmas
Want to spend less time cleaning without sacrificing cleanliness? How to keep the house clean longer? Busy work, family and other responsibility altogether. I know, we don’t have time to clean.
Over the years, I’ve learned that develop a daily cleaning routine help keep a house clean and tidy all the time. With that said, all you need to do is to create a daily cleaning schedule to follow. Then, you don’t have to spend the whole day scrubbing. You’ll have more time to have fun with family and friends on weekends.
Today, I’m going to share a list of tips I use to keep my house clean and neat. They are simple and easy to do. Consistency is the key, stick to them and you will turn these tasks into habits.
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Clutter causes stress. When there are piles of clutter around the house, I feel anxious and overwhelmed. That’s why I love minimalism. Having a clean and organized home makes me have more time and energy to focus on things that matter. I believe everyone can live better with less stuff. Do you want a clutter-free home but don’t know where to start? Today, I wanted to share some handy tips on how to clean and declutter a messy house. Please check out these tips for finding your motivation to start decluttering. Continue reading How to Declutter When You’re Overwhelmed by a Messy House
I love using minimalism as a tool for efficiency. Implementing minimalism not only helps me to save time and money, makes my life easier but also helps me to achieve goals. A mom wears so many hats. Mother, wife, daughter, sister, housekeeper, cook, driver, volunteer, cheerleader, etc. you name it. Life can get so hectic. Finding ways to simplify your mom life can help you save time and money, reduce stress, be happier and enjoy life more.
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Hi friends! You work so hard to get rid of excess stuff to have a clutter-free home. But it’s very common to see the clutter enter the house again if you don’t have an organized system. How to have an organized home? Today I’d like to share 7 minimalist home organization tips that will help you simplifying your life and keeping clutter from coming back.
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I don’t like doing housework except for laundry. Over the years, I’ve developed a laundry routine which helped me to save time and money. I’ve adopted these laundry habits for years, and they totally worked well for me and have made my life easier. If you feel like laundry is something you hate, try to use a simpler way to do it. Today I’m going to share 5 laundry tips with you and hope you’ll find them helpful.
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Growing up I was living with my family of 5 in a small house for over 10 years. How small? It was a 400 square foot tiny apartment. Today, I’d like to share 7 minimalist habits that I’ve learned from my mom when we were living in a tiny home. Having these minimalist habits, you’ll make your life easier and efficient. Your house will always stay clean and neat. Okay, let’s get started.
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I still remember reading the minimalist mom is one of the very first blogs inspired me to go back to minimalism. I was impressed by this minimalist family owning less stuff and live minimally.
Once I started practicing minimalism again, I found the benefits of minimalism in every aspect of my life. It’s not only about getting rid of excess stuff or clean out the closet. It changed my mindset to live simply and intentionally.
With a minimalist perspective, I choose to own less stuff, spend my time on people or something that I love that can add value to my life.
Minimalism looks different in everyone’s life. I’m not an extreme minimalist. I still like buying and keeping things that I love, just like craft books and stationery.
When I started my minimalist journey, I felt like there’re tons of things to do. I then focused to simplify my home first because I was surrounded by clutter at that time.
Today, I’d like to share with you how to start simplifying your home, and this will make things a lot simpler and make your life easier.
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I can’t stand a messy house and I love my house clean. I hate to do the house cleaning. I hate to spend too much time on housework.
Over the years, I’ve learned that the best way to cut down the time spending on cleaning is having a routine and use effective tools so you can clean your house fast and efficiently.
Set one day each week to do the house cleaning can keep your home clean all the time. I’m not talking about spending 3 or 4 hours to do this cleaning job, not deep cleaning.
I usually spend 1 hour on Sunday morning to clean the house. Today, I’m going to share with you the cleaning tips that can cut down on the cleaning time and do the tasks efficiently.
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