This post aims to neither boast nor judge. Let me instead share some guidelines at the core of my habitual cleanliness. Maybe you can adopt them and adjust the way you treat your car. Or, maybe you can brush them aside like so many granola crumbs from the driver’s seat. To each, her own.
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The “Work to Eat” program: Teaching children to complete chores before enjoying snacks and meals as a way to promote responsibility.
The key to the zone method is to declutter small areas at a time, and to work efficiently to make the most of your labor and keep those areas organized.
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by CottageCare. FWMB contributor Emily H received a complimentary house cleaning to review. The following comments are Emily’s own words and opinions. As a mother, there are several things that make my heart smile. My kids’ dance parties, my husband folding the laundry, chocolate chip cookies right out of the […]
Before I had kids, I kept a shiny, clean house, complete with an in-depth spring scrubbing that would have made Martha Stewart proud. These days, I’m doing well to keep the dishes picked up on a daily basis and the bathrooms wiped down every week. Nevertheless, I’ve had spring cleaning on the brain lately. Maybe […]