Give up being messy over Lent
Category: Domestic Cleaning
With this in mind, why can't you give up something that could also improve your habits?
If you give up being messy, you could find that you actually end up changing your habits.
So, how about it? Here's a few tips to get you started.
Sort that wardrobe
Quite a few of us probably have to own up to having more of a floor-drobe than a wardrobe. Either that or a chair piled high with clothes. Well, now it's time to get your wardrobe in shape - and stick to it.
Get everything hung up and organised, and when the washing is done make sure you hang everything back up. It's really not that difficult and it will make your room a much nicer place to relax in.
Get rid of clutter
We're all guilty of keeping crazy amounts of clutter. I mean, what if you need all 25 of those takeaway menus at some point? Let's face it - you won't.
A tidy house means a tidy mind, so it's time to get sorting. If you don't need it then get rid of it, or give it to a charity shop. It will give your home a new lease of life and it really is a much nicer environment.
Keep on top of the chores
Cleaning is a dreaded task, we all know. But it has to be done. Instead of spending half of your Sunday cleaning the place, why not just do a little bit each day?
If you spend just 20 minutes cleaning every evening then your house will remain much cleaner and you don't have to suffer hours of vacuuming, scrubbing and dusting.
If you really can't get into this habit, then calling in a professional cleaner could be the way forward. That way your home is clean while you can kick back and relax.
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