I am here to clarify these assumptions, and prove to you that deep cleaning is not only NOT super time intensive, but highly gratifying and a great investment in your home. The term deep cleaning also means that the task is completed infrequently, so you don’t have to think about it on a daily or weekly basis.
To-dos can be overwhelming. We seem to constantly have lists of things to do, sometimes written in multiple places around the house, or stored in the deep recesses of our brain. We have to-dos for our kids, our family, our house, our businesses. How in the heck do we manage all of this so that it doesn’t become completely debilitating?
Automation is a key component to having efficient systems set up in your home. When you automate something, you tell it to do a specific action at a specific time.
It’s so cool to think about the WHY behind stuff. Why do we buy it? Keep it? Store it? Why do we feel overwhelmed by it?
Microcleaning is a concept I came up with that means doing small bits of cleaning each day. This practice cuts down dramatically on the amount of larger cleaning tasks that need to be done on a weekly or monthly basis.
E-mail. The word itself can emote a ton of negative energy. It’s something you have to constantly manage and stay on top of, otherwise it grows into a wild monster! But fear not, I am here to help you overhaul your e-mail so that you can reduce stress in your life!
I have a secret that I want to share. Are you ready to hear it?
I follow the same process no matter what system I’m creating.
Honestly! And in this blog post, I’m going to show you how to create a system no matter what pillar you are focusing on.
Do you like doing laundry? I love the process of washing my clothing, I’m just not a huge fan of putting clothes away once they’re folded. I feel like we all like or dislike various phases of the laundry process. While we might not all agree on what is enjoyable about this never-ending chore, I am here to give you my top tips for improving your laundry game! These are strategies that I have been using since I became a homeowner 11 years ago.
Time. A resource that needs to be forever managed and maintained. If we don’t tell our time what we’re going to do with it, then it will scatter and dissipate into a black hole.