How to simplify house cleaning and organization.
Whether your goal is to save time housecleaning, stretch the household budget, or make running a home less stressful, you've come to the right place.
There's nothing complicated about house cleaning that creates an inviting, efficient, and well-run home.
It doesn't take endless house cleaning hours with a mop and bucket in hand - or some advanced degree in building maintenance - to keep an organized home and the various systems inside running smoothly.
With work, kids, and leisure pursuits all competing for your attention, house cleaning understandably may not be the highest priority.
Still, if you're like most people, you consider a reasonably clean home and not having piles of laundry to be not only a goal but essential to your peace of mind.
If you are struggling with house cleaning (you're normal!), you don't have to throw in the towel - I've got lots of house cleaning tips to help get even the deep cleaning done.
Central to my housekeeping strategy is organizing the entire home - room by room - around the needs of every family member.
After all, the reason most homes look war-torn is that rooms haven't been set up for daily living by parents and kids.
To make matters worse, often one adult - usually Mom - has sole responsibility for home cleaning and organizing all the details (which is why moms sometimes get that funny, shell-shocked look around 7 p.m.).
There will be room for every drawing, school paper, and test that arrives each day - and even the littlest privates will know where that is.
The wild carpool routine will be tamed. The family plan for buffing surfaces will be in place.
And surprise visits from friends won't be dreaded. Even the most domestically challenged will be ready in a flash to host unexpected in-laws overnight.
In short, World War III will be averted, Mom won't be cranky anymore, and the family will have a clean, happy, harmonious home to enjoy.
Go beyond sparkling clean! This website covers everything you need to know to keep your home clean, organized, truly sanitized, and healthy amid the ever-changing world of viruses and bacteria.
So stop panic-cleaning with bleach when someone suddenly gets sick, or the headlines discover a new health threat.
Instead, prepare with sensible cleaning and organizing steps that will work hard for your household all year.
You can find the hot spots where germs lurk - so you can target your efforts.