Do awway with the things that you do not need.
Avoid procrastination of tidying small things so that it doesn't accumulate
Personally, my cleaning habits are mixed between the end of my days and the start of the next. I'm a night owl, so sometimes I'm working or gaming until I'm exhausted and lack the energy/motivation to clean up. I'll quickly create a spot to collect my mess to make it easier to clean up in the morning. Other times I run out of work to complete so I have time to kill before I'm tired and will clean as part of my nightly routine.
All in all, you'll always have to maintain your mess. You decide what works best for you.
Pick up after your self, have the kids clean up after themselves.
Most of the clean and tidy up section is to sweep the floor, iron the shirts, its more like a housework but not doing it in the first place had then become something to clean & tidy up
— Think "SANITARY" as opposed to "CLEAN". This way, you'll definitely not have to clean as often.
— Meditate. Improve your mindfulness. This is KEY to becoming a consistently clean person and having a consistently clean and organised environment.
- How can you keep your house clean?
- Any tips on tackling clutter? I’d really like to reclaim some horizontal surfaces. I craft and diy a lot though and much of the nonsense is hard to find a place for.
- Would you rather clean in the morning or night?
- What time of day do you tidy best?
- How do you keep your room clean even when you are going through something and completely lacking motivation?
- Do you struggle a lot with keeping everything in order or is it something you look forward to?
- How do you find time in the day to rodiy?
- How often do you change the bed sheets?
- Do you use cleaning to distract you from other important tasks?
- Is cleaning your room a chore or a responsibility