Getting Rid of Clutter
Whether you’re a working mom or stay-at-home mom, just had a baby or spend your day chasing after toddlers, have school-aged kids or just dropped your firstborn off at high school, this collection of mom hacks will be a lifesaver on hectic, busy days. Fro
Tidy home, tidy mind. Clean house, clean head. You have probably heard variations of these sayings before. But you may have never fully realized what decluttering the house can really do for your mind. Throwing away old things is a powerful way to give your mind clarity, focus, peace and balance. Without even noticing it [...]
Decluttering doesn't have to feel overwhelming or take a long time. You'd be surprised how much you can get done in just 10 minutes. Read on for ideas on easy areas to declutter quickly that will have a big impact in your home and help motivate you to continue decluttering. These tips will help you get started decluttering today. #declutter #declutteredhome #minimalism #simpleliving #intentionalliving #loveyourhome
Overwhelmed With Clutter? Where To Start? • How to declutter and organize your home when you’re feeling OVERWHELMED with CLUTTER. These 4 tips from Professional Organizers WILL show you how to start cleaning a messy house when clutter is overwhelming ST172019
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Owning or renting a home may come with its own set of problems but it doesn’t always need to be so difficult. There are plenty of quick and easy fixes that offer a new approach to tidying up and maintaining your home. Did you know essential oils can give your bathroom 24-hour freshness? Or that a certain household tool is perfect for picking up pet hair?
Over time, towels build up detergent and fabric softener, leaving them unable to absorb as much water and smelling funky. Recharge them by washing them once with hot water and one cup vinegar, then a second time with hot water and half cup baking soda. This strips the residue and leaves them fresh and able to absorb more water again. Works like a charm!