There’s so much comfort in a clean kitchen.
It doesn’t take long to do and once you’ve started you’ll have the impetus to carry on and do a little bit more.
The second point to keeping a house clean is to stay on top of it everyday. Put away things right away because as the mess builds up, it can become more overwhelming to tackle. But spend 10 minutes tidying up at the end of the day? That seems way more manageable.
During my cleaning routine I’ll randomly add other stuff like clothes or dishes or whatever but picking up and sweeping are daily.
It’s all about what you find the most important to make you home feel comfortable.
If the bathroom isn't clean, you're not able to feel relaxed.
Second is bathrooms, because this is where mold and mildew can easily grow.
Third is bedroom and last is the living area
1. Your special place, whatever that may be
2. Your work area
3. Your room
4. Living room/ entertainment area
But to be more practical; the space where you spend the most time; your room where you sleep. Sleeping in discord isn’t easy. If the room where you sleep is nice and cozy and clean, it’s like a miracle. Your sleep is so much better!
- After you’ve tidied with Marie Kondo, what have you done with all that stuff?
- Do you consider recurring chores like laundry/dishes to be tidying up, or do you think of tidying up as the decluttering you’ve been putting off?
- If you have a small place, where is a good place to put aside things you’d like to donate?
- What is the best way to maintain a tidy room?
- How do you keep you house organized once you’ve cleaned it?
- How can I make sure that I don’t just keep throwing my things around?
- How do you keep your house tidy at all times (or at least at the end of the day)? How do you dedicate yourself to make that happen? I dream of a clean and respectable home: I enjoy that so much, but often lack the drive to in fact make it happen. This question is for ‘team I want to get home to/get up in a clean and tidy space’.
- The mess is everywhere. I usually don’t know where to start and it makes me tired and saps my energy. What do I do with it?
- How do you get better results cleaning your tub?
- How do I best manage laundry? (5 loads a week)