31 days to clean

I recently ran across a blog that was participating in “31 Days to Clean”.  I read up on it at Joyful Mothering.  I just downloaded the book, but I am making up my own rules too.  I’m just committing to clean an area a day.  I figure I can get the house pretty and sparkling in a month.  Nick has been a huge help in this area.  We deep cleaned our room (which is a serious accomplishment), and did lots of yard work, Nick also cleaned up the living room.  Each room gets emptied of clutter and excess.  We will be having a yard sale at the end of this endeavor.

Part of my own rules is keeping the spic-n-span maintained.  It’s great to take back control.  It’s a concerted and deliberate approach to order.  There is a challenge everyday, so be sure to click the link in the side bar to catch up and join in.  If I can do it, you can to.  Let the Spring cleaning begin!

2 thoughts on “31 days to clean

  1. Nicole Latulippe says:

    I so need this! Even though we just moved…I let things get out of control, because they didn’t have a place. I think I just might jump on this too. I would love to have a cozy nest to bring the new baby home to!


  2. Bethany L. Johnson says:

    I’ve been spring cleaning without knowing it was spring cleaning, more like moving cleaning. I would love to keep all the deep clean, actually clean, it’s hard. But you know, life happens. This is a good idea. Happy Maintenance.


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