As Spring has now been and gone, the question is did you manage to have a good old fashioned Spring Clean or was it something you kept putting off. If that sounds like you, then don’t worry, there’s no reason a traditional spring clean is limited to the season of Spring, indeed a big summer clean might be just what we all need.
There have been copious studies that link having a tidy home with a tidy mind; indeed, it is now scientifically proven that a cluttered house contributes to a cluttered mind which is why it’s so important to keep on top of our homes, and not just from the perspective of keeping it tidy and organised; there are a number of jobs that are kept on the backburner, waiting to get done, but they are forever on the to-do list.
The best way to break free from this wretched to-do list that has probably been haunting you for months if not years, is to pull it off like a plaster and just have a day, week, or month where you commit to sorting out everything on that list, and afterall, somethings might be as simple as visiting homesecuritysystem.co to get a new security alarm fitted or as quick and easy as washing the windows which takes only a few minutes, or you could outsource for not much money at all.
This article provides a five step plan to help you organise your spring clean, or summer clean, as the case may now be.
STEP 1: DE-CLUTTER
The all important step of decluttering, which is at the base of the process, naturally leads onto the next phase of ‘getting organised’. Decluttering your home is indeed a natural precursor to getting organised; for it’s almost impossible to be organised when there is clutter everywhere.
STEP 2: GET ORGANISED
Your sense of emotional stability is closely linked to the feeling of stability and order you feel within your home life. Now that you’ve decluttered your home, you need to get organised, which might sound like it’s going to take forever, but the time investment will pay off as it will make your life a lot easier in the long term.
STEP 3: GET RID OF JUNK
Whether it’s removing the internal clutter from your house or removing garden waste it can take a amount of time and effort if you do it yourself. In the alternative, you could pay someone else to do it, or if you want to save some money, then hire a van for a day or two and use this to cart your rubbish away.
STEP 4: CLEANSE
Cleaning your home can be cathartic as this process will cleanse the energy and emotion stored within your home, which can be a very soothing experience.
STEP 5: RENEW
Now that your home is clear of clutter, better organised, and much fresher, it’s time to renew certain aspects, such as wallpaper, or the carpet,
that both might have become worn out over time.
Remember to keep on slaying,
See you next time xoxo
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