Cleaning is a task that you can plan for. Fifteen to twenty minutes of planned cleaning is better than not cleaning for several days. If you have let things in your home completely go, you can reclaim your home in a few minutes a day.
Daily making up your bed, will create a place for you to retreat to at the end of your day. Even if your bedroom is under a sea of clutter. Having one clean area, make may it more tolerable to be in the space long enough to do some cleaning. Spend a few minutes each day to declutter sections of your home that are filled with clutter, or unorganized papers, furniture, or clothing.
Keep the surfaces in your kitchen and bathroom clean. When you are truly pressed for time, spray the surfaces fand wipe clean qucikly. Swiffer, mop, or use a towel to clean the floor and around the toilet. Swish your toilet with a nice smelling cheap foaming shampoo.
Take small steps everyday to enjoy the parts ofyour home that are clean. When you feel discouraged or out of place in your home due to the clutter, take a small cleaning break. Breaking up the mountains of clutter that are n your home bit by bit can be therapeutic. Doing something about the mess, puts you back in control. Choosing to live in the disorganized sections of your home, is not calming or relaxing. It is al extremely difficult for a cluttered bedroom to be romantic.
Put forth the extra effort each day to get rid of clutter, up for at least fifteen minutes. If you are pressed for time, be sure to make your bned, wipte down your bathroom, kitchen sink and counter surfaces. If your best efforts still are not making progress, find a system that you can try. Stick with small steps everyday until your clutter is under control.