Everybody I know seems to be in the spring cleaning mode.
I guess since the weather has started to warm up, everybody has the bug. Since my 6 tips to declutter post took off, I decided to share my 14 day Spring Cleaning Challenge.
We all have a ton of cleaning to do and it can feel overwhelming at times.
I find that making lists always helps me to get things done. I’m more productive when I have a list to go off of.
I go through so many post it notes at work with reminders and lists of things I need to do at home.
If I didn’t make my lists, my days off would be so unproductive.
I would just be extremely overwhelmed- know I have a lot of things that need to get done but unsure of where to start. I’ve always been this way.
Making a list has always helped me feel more organized and prepared.
Organizing things is a form of stress relief for me.
See my laundry closet reorganization post.
Lists help me organize and clean up
I have also found that not only do I work best with lists, I find I am most productive when I use them.
There is something gratifying about crossing that item of the to do list.
I designate a time and day to get specific things done. So that’s where the 14 day spring cleaning challenge came into play.
It’s pretty and fun and breaks down each chore into what day you should do it.
I’ve made a beautiful, fun, bright, FREE printable for you to use.
Print it out and hang it up so you know what you are expected to do each day. It will be such an accomplishment to mark of each day once your complete it.
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