Clean & Organized Home: 5 Easy Ways To Achieve It

Do you feel like a slob when you look at your messy home? Sometimes, it can get pretty frustrating to not be able to maintain a clean and organized home. It seems like a day is not enough to do all the floor scrubbing, dish washing, or concrete floor polishing in Seattle homes. But you should not give up. Leaving the mess alone will only make another pile on it until it becomes a lot more difficult and time-consuming to do. Here are some easy and simple tips you can do to achieve a clean and organized home:

make the bed1. Make the Bed

Believe it or not, simply making the bed after getting up in the morning can make a whole lot of difference. A bed takes up a lot of space in a room. So if it is made up, it kinda makes the whole room look made up. Just keep doing this every morning and, before you know it, it will be a habit. You won’t even have to force yourself to do it anymore.

clean as you go2. Clean As You Go

Some people think that cleaning up after you cook will waste precious minutes. It is actually the other way around. If you clean up immediately after you’re done doing what you were doing, you’ll have more time to do other things. Imagine cooking lunch, eating it, and leaving the mess as it is. Then you come back to prepare dinner and the lunch mess is still there, waiting to be cleaned up. What happens is you use dinner prep time cleaning up the mess earlier in the day. Now, that is time wasted.

polished concrete floor3. Low Maintenance Floors

Concrete polishing in Seattle is highly popular for many reasons. But one of the most notable is how easy it is to clean and maintain. Polished concrete floors in Seattle do not need wax or any other floor products to keep it looking good. The sealer on a polished concrete floor helps keep dirt and dust on the surface, ready and willing to be swept off. The shine on polished concrete is natural and it does not need to be buffed or scrubbed to regain shine.

bins and boxes4. Bins and Boxes

Keep all your stuff together in bins or boxes. It would be easier to clean, store, and find them this way. If you are crafty, keep all your pins, needles, and what not in a bin you can easily carry around. This way, you won’t have to leave all your stuff laying somewhere when you’re done or on a break.

go easy on yourself5. Go Easy on Yourself

You are not a superhero. You can’t do everything and you can’t do all things now. You deserve a pat on the back if you cleaned the bathroom and that’s the only thing you were able to achieve in a day. It’s not easy to transition to a clean and organized home. It takes practice and patience.

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