Believe it or not, it’s time to start thinking about spring cleaning your home. Spring cleaning is important for everyone, particularly if you’re an allergy sufferer. And it’s even more important in the times of COVID-19. You owe it to yourself and your family to enjoy a clean that’s more than dirt-deep. Here are our tips on how to get started.
1. Make a Schedule
Scope out your home: What areas do you skip during routine cleaning? Tackle these first. A plan will keep you focused on the task at hand. Just go room by room.
Feeling overwhelmed? Our printable room-by-room Spring Cleaning Checklist can help.
Studies show that a disorganized home raises your stress level. Inhaling dust and living in a cluttered work space can take a mental toll. Now that we spend more time at home -- and in our home offices specifically -- keeping a neat work space is more important than ever.
Set aside some time to:
Dust and organize your office
Dump dross from that dreaded junk drawer (and desk drawers!)
Organize your closets
Feel the relief of a less stressful life