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Cleaning hacks

By |December 11th, 2018|

Cleaning Hacks: Moving to a new place? Give your old home a good cleaning job before you part with it.

Get your deposit back! Use these cleaning hacks before you move out of your old rental. Honestly, most of these tips are really good hacks for keeping your house clean too, so don’t leave just yet and read on.

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Soap + Nail Holes

Fill nail holes using Dove soap or any similar soft bath soap. Rub it in nail holes in a circular motion to ensure that they are fully filled.

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WD-40 + Crayon drawings

Did your kids use your walls as a coloring book? Spray some WD-40 onto the marks and wipe with a clean rag. WD-40 will not damage the paint or most wallpaper (test fabric or other fancy wall coverings first). It will also remove marker and crayon marks from furniture and appliances.


Dryer Sheets + Baseboards

Wiping your baseboards with dryer sheets is amazing at repelling dust and keeping them clean!


Vinegar + an old sock = Clean Blinds

Mix equal parts of white vinegar and water in a spray bottle, spray it on the blinds, slip on an old sock on your hand, and wipe down each individual slat on the blinds. Easy! The vinegar and water solution will not really smell that much, but if you’re sensitive to smells, you can mix in a few drops of your favorite essential oil too.


Turtle Wax = Clean Vents

Clean your vents and keep them clean for a longer time! Remove the vents and wash them with soapy water, rinse and let them dry. Once they’re dry, use a soft, clean cloth and apply turtle wax generously, just like you would when waxing your car. After the vent has been completely covered, buff off the wax.


Hydrogen peroxide + Water + Lemon Essential Oil = No More Carpet Stains

Get stains off of your carpet by mixing 1 part Hydrogen peroxide, 2 parts water and 5 drops of lemon essential oil. Here’s how it works, Hydrogen peroxide breaks down stains and the lemon oil helps release any sticky residues. Spray a generous amount of the solution on your carpet, let it sit for a few minutes, then use a brush to loosen the fibers a bit. Repeat this process as necessary. Adjust the mixture by adding more water if your carpet is darker. Extra tip: You can also use this solution to clean upholstered furniture.


Vinegar + Baking Soda = Clean Dishwasher

Here’s a cheaper alternative to clean your dishwasher! First, check the dishwasher’s drain area and make sure there are no hard waste materials that can plug the drain, cause damage to the pump or scratch dishes. Next, place a dishwasher-safe cup filled with white vinegar on the top rack of your dishwasher. Run the dishwasher for one cycle using the hottest water setting. What this does is to help to wash away grease and grime, as well as sanitize and help remove any musty odor. After the vinegar cycle finishes, sprinkle a handful of baking soda around the bottom of the dishwasher. Run it through a short cycle using the hottest water setting. Baking soda is a great deodorizing agent, so this will help further deodorize your dishwasher and help in removing any stains.


Lemon + Vinegar = Clean Microwave Oven

Take a lemon, slice it up and put the lemon slices in a bowl. Add a splash of white vinegar, set the microwave oven on high and cook for 5 minutes. After the 5 minutes of cook time is up, let the bowl sit inside the microwave oven for a few more minutes. Remove the bowl and wipe the inside of your microwave oven with a damp cloth. The previously stuck-on food should just slough off easily leaving you with a clean and fresh-smelling microwave oven! Plus, this cleaning trick doesn’t involve using any harsh chemicals, so neat, right?


Baking Soda + Dish Soap + Vinegar + Lemon Juice = Clean Oven

It looks like a lot, but you will be proud of yourself after doing this. Mix a few drops of dish soap, juice of 1 lemon, 4 tablespoons of baking soda, and 5 tablespoons of baking soda into a paste. Make sure to add the vinegar slowly and carefully to avoid making a mess – we all know how the volcano science experiment thing works right? Slather on the paste inside the oven, including the oven window and let it soak for a few hours. Scrub the dirtier parts using a sponge and use a damp cloth to wipe off the mixture until it’s all gone.


Cream of Tartar + Water = Shiny Stainless Steel

Get stainless steel surfaces, cookware and flatware to shine by using a paste made with cream of tartar and some water.


Baking Soda + Vinegar + Lemon Juice = Clean Grout

Dirty Grout? Mix 7 cups of water, 1/2 cup of baking soda, 1/3 cup of lemon juice and 1/4 cup vinegar in a spray bottle. Spray this mixture on dirty grout, leave it on for about 1 hour, then scrub the dirt away with a brush.


Vinegar + Lemon Essential Oil = Clean Shower Head

Clean your shower head on a weekend with this easy hack. Take a plastic bag and fill it with white vinegar. Just eyeball the amount, but essentially, you’ll want the shower head to be submerged in vinegar. Add a few drops of lemon essential oil to the plastic bag with vinegar and submerge the shower head in it. Use a rubber band to hold the bag in place. Leave it in there overnight (that’s why it would be better to do it on a weekend), take the shower head off the bag in the morning and wipe it with a microfiber cloth. Run the shower for a minute or two to make sure that any residue is washed away.

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Moving to a new home

By |November 14th, 2018|

How to deal with moving to a new home

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I’ve had my fair share of experience in moving, and I’ve learned that the key to a seamless moving experience is planning and organization. If you have a lot of time to prepare for the actual move, then you can really take your time in making sure that moving to a new place will be easy and stress-free. However, if time is a luxury that you don’t have, you’ll have to focus more on an organization. Here are a couple of tips that I can give you.


Go through your things and decide on which ones should be packed and included in your new home. Don’t be afraid to throw away stuff that’s already broken which you said you’ll get around to fix or get repaired. Better yet, sell them in a junk shop. You may also want to donate your old clothes, shoes, and other things that can be used in evacuation centers or by those who are underprivileged. If you need extra cash to help with moving, you may also want to consider having a garage sale. I’ve also experienced having enough extra unused clothes and trinkets that ended up being transferred to my stock for Christmas presents an emergency presents. You know, in case you’re invited to an acquaintance’s birthday party and you don’t have time to shop.

Packing is Key

Take time to shop for the right sized boxes and containers to make packing easy. Make sure to get bubble wraps and Styrofoam peanuts for fragile items. Now if you want to save up, one tip is a lot the bubble wraps and Styrofoam only for large fragile items, like your TV. For plates and glassware, I just use old newspapers. You’re gonna wash them all anyway when you unpack, so why spend extra, right? Oh, and it’s advisable to stack your plates vertically when boxing them up. This way, your precious china won’t move around inside the box during transport.

Sharpie Time!

Pack from the inside out. Say the innermost part of the old place is the bedroom, pack your stuff there first all the way out to the living room. Imagine packing your stuff in the living room first and having to go all the way back to your room and pack there. That’s a lot of tip-toeing around packed boxes.

Consume perishables on the days leading up to the move. You wouldn’t know if you’ll get around to unpacking right away and setting up the kitchen first thing you get there, right? Might as well avoid spoilage and wasting your money.

Pack a “carry on” for each member of the family. It could be a box or a bag with your essentials on it. Basically, it should be the box or bag that’s opened first when you arrive at the new place. Let’s face it, we’re all tired and kinda lazy after moving into the new place. Have three-days to a week’s worth of clothes in your carry on. I think it depends on how well you know yourself. Do you see yourself really, and I mean really unpacking your stuff in three days? If not, better add some more. Your carry on should also have your personal hygiene essentials like your toothbrush, small toiletries, whatever you need to get primped up. As for me, my carry on also includes a flashlight, band-aids, alcohol – rubbing alcohol! I know what you’re thinking. You can pack that too if you like. I also pack trash bags, bottled water, wet tissue, and my phone charger.


Since we’re not always sure if the new place is really clean, as the last tip, pack a separate box with your go-to cleaning products. It’s one of the first boxes that I open when I move to a new place. This way, you can sleep soundly on your first night in your new home with the assurance that it’s cleaned just the way you like it.

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By |November 6th, 2018|

A realistic guide to creating your first budget



Let’s be honest, creating a budget for anything does not sound like a fun activity. In fact, anything that might impose a limit just makes people steer away from it. But if you look at the bright side, it will actually free you from worries about suddenly finding yourself short on funds, having made lots of unnecessary purchases and ultimately, regretting the fact that you did not plan your finances well – if at all.

Like most things that we’re shying away from, all we have to do is get started and don’t overthink things. Get your journal or any piece of paper that you want to write in – maybe your phone if you want to go paperless, a pencil and a calculator. Write down your monthly income on top, then list your bills below that, utilities, mortgage, your kids’ school tuition, etc. Now that you have the basic stuff, break it down a bit more.

Fixed Expenses

Any expenses that do not vary month over month are your fixed expenses. These would include your mortgage or rent, insurance costs, as well as your internet and phone bills. Enter these into your budget list first.

Calculate Average Bills

Check your utility bills over the last 6 months, or if you can, include the year prior and get its average. Do this with any other fluctuating bills.

Prioritize Debts

Payables like car payment, credit card bills and student loans should be listed under debts. Prioritize which ones should be paid off the soonest.

Grocery Budget

Be realistic about this one. Check your grocery receipts and you’ll see that you always spend more on groceries than you think you do. This is especially true when you don’t make a grocery list and even more if you go grocery shopping while you’re hungry. If you don’t have your grocery receipts anymore, just take whatever you think you are spending and add 20% to it.

It’s always someone’s birthday in your circle of friends or in your family – especially if you have a big family! Every year is an anniversary and there’s always Christmas every year. So if you think about it, there might be at least one occasion each month. Some might pass by with you just sending out warm greetings, and some you show up to empty-handed. Check your expenses and set a limit on how much you should spend on birthday, anniversary and holiday gifts.

Self Love

Set aside a few dollars a week or a month if you really need to be on a tight budget for entertainment. Just pick one of the things one might consider a “luxury” spend as your weekly or monthly treat.

Check out our blog (link to the blog about saving money) about some small changes that you can make to help you save money and be surprised at how much faster you can increase your savings!

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Garage Organization

By |October 24th, 2018|

Get your space back with these garage organization ideas!


Most people don’t really have their car parked inside the garage, or if they do, there’s barely little wiggle room left. The reason? There’s too much stuff in it! Leaving your car out makes it vulnerable to sun damage, rainwater damage and exposure to bird droppings and tree sap. So I guess there’s no arguing that your car will be much safer when it’s stored inside the garage. Let’s help you out with that. Get back your garage space with these garage organization ideas! Your car will thank you for this.

Getting Started: Clean it all out

It might look like quite a tall order to get started with the hardest part, but everything has to start somewhere right? The key here is to be organized, decisive and rational.

  • Set aside at least a full day, or even a full weekend or two, to get the job done.
  • Go through absolutely everything. Empty every box and bins that you have stored away.
  • Sort all items into three piles: keep, donate or sell, and toss.

The nitty gritty

  • What should you throw out? Let go off outgrown toys, items that are broken beyond repair, expired household chemicals, old paint, and anything you haven’t used in two years or more.
  • For the items that you will keep, sort them even further. They could be sports equipment, power tools, painting supply, etc. Store them in stackable clear-plastic bins for better visibility and storage. If you have kids at home, it would be best to store power tools and other sharp or blunt tools in a sturdy, lockable cabinet where they can’t reach for it.
  • Donate or sell the remaining items as soon as possible. You can hold a garage sale or have goodwill pick up the items for donation.

Re-check the keepers

Make sure that you check for these items in those that you will be keeping. While most people have always these in their own garages too, it’s highly recommended that you store them somewhere else.

  • Paint – It’s best to store paint in a more temperate area. Note that extreme cold or heat can ruin the paint.
  • Propane – To keep your household safe, propane tanks should always be kept outdoors. Remember that even tiny spark can cause propane to ignite and cause a fire, or worse, an explosion.
  • Paper plates and paper cups – These and similar paper goods should be kept in your pantry as they are more likely to attract roaches and other bugs in your garage.
  • Pet Food – Pet food should always be kept inside the house in a sealed container. Leaving them out will attract possums, raccoons or other animals.

Measure your garage

Take note of the following items before buying anything that you will use to store the items in your garage:

  • The dimensions of your whole garage
  • Size and location of windows, doors, switches, and receptacles
  • How much space your car takes up

Finally: Grouping them back together

  • Store gardening items that you use together close to one another so they’re easy to find when you need them, i.e. gardening tools, lawn chemicals and fertilizer
  • Put bulky equipment, like lawn mowers, in corners, where they won’t get bumped or knocked over by your car.
  • Frequently used items, like bikes, should be placed close to the garage door. This is so you don’t run the risk of accidentally damaging your car when getting these items out.
  • Rarely used items or those that you only use a few months in a year should be kept in the hard-to-reach spots in your garage so you don’t waste other available spaces.

Bonus Tip!

To maximize the floor space in your garage, see to it that items are kept off the floor whenever possible. This avoids clutter build-up and ultimately results in having less and less need for tidying up.

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How to go on a no-buy month

By |October 18th, 2018|

How to go on a no-buy month

Going on a no-buy period basically means giving your wallet a rest from all the unnecessary consumer products that you just to be “needs” rather than wants. Some are actually considered a luxury to some people. An easy way to start is by doing this practice for a whole month. Once you’re eased in, you might find yourself wanting to do it for a longer stretch of time. Now how would you begin to go on a no-buy month? Here are some tips and tricks to help you get started.


Don’t buy anything that is NOT a necessity


Daily lattes, new shoes, purses, makeup and skincare products that you want to “try out” when you still have stuff that you need to go through, fancy manicures, weekly bar tabs are not a necessity. They’re more of a luxury.


Back to basics


Spend your money on what is necessary to go about your day, like groceries, bills, payment for the babysitter, gas money, business expenses and the like.


Getting cash


Make a budget and figure out how much cash you really need for the week. Go to the ATM only once a week. You’ll also find that you save on fees by doing this, so you’re more likely to retain this habit even after your no-buy month.


Spread the word


You’ll be easily tempted to spend on what you don’t need if you don’t tell people about what you’re trying to do. It won’t be that hard – just tell friends, family, and co-workers that you’re going on a no-buy if they ask you why you didn’t buy anything from the new collection released by Colourpop or why you didn’t join them last week for a night out. They’re more likely to join you in what you’re doing once they learn about how much you’re saving.


Go Green!


Recycle, upcycle, reuse and repurpose. Take one or two reusable shopping bags with you when you go to the grocery store, separate recyclables, repurpose jars as containers so won’t have to buy new ones, and do DIY projects every week. You’ll serve as a great example to your kids, friends and your community.

You’ll be surprised by how your habits are changed for the better. You’ll learn to prioritize your necessities more, curb cravings (probably lose weight), have better self-control, and save money overall.

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Stop Procrastinating

By |October 16th, 2018|

Stop Procrastinating: Why should you get rid of your stuff?


Procrastinating is one of the biggest blocks in your journey to an organized home and a seamless moving experience. Be it being too sentimental about the things you’ve accumulated in all the chapters of your life or your myriad of reasons on why you just can’t bring yourself to let go of stuff. No time, what if I can fit into them again, I’ll get those fixed soon (but never did in years), it was too expensive or I could learn to use that someday. I could go on and on, but what you’re really here for is to get some sense and finally get out of that rut in the lazy limbo. So here are 10 reasons why you should get rid of your stuff before moving to a new home.




Getting rid of things as soon as you know that you will be moving is a huge time saver. Starting sooner than later gives you time to sort through the really important stuff that you will keep and what really needs to go. Once you’re over this hurdle, it will be a lot faster to pack your stuff.




There will surely be some valuable items in the things that you decide on letting go of. Why not make money off of them? Set up a garage sale or sell these items online. Make sure that you sort through your stuff and have designated bins for which ones will be sold, donated or trashed. This way, the items that should be for sale won’t get mixed up with items for the trash or for donation.




Unnecessarily holding onto things takes up emotional energy. While getting rid of things can be hard at first, you’ll find that it makes room for space not only in your home but more importantly, in your everyday life. This is especially true if the stuff that you end up getting rid of goes to goodwill or to friends and family whom you know will have more use out of these items.




Take the leap! Start with one hour a week then gradually increase the time that you take to sort through your stuff and deciding on which ones should be left with you. You’ll be surprised with how much progress you can make in just a short span of time.


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Unused or unwanted items are just accumulating dust and ultimately just losing their potential to be used for their original purpose. Forgotten shoes and bags get worn out without ever seeing the light of day, makeup or skincare products go bad without ever being opened, or brand new clothes get holes from moths or ants. You get the point. So let them go. Someone else will get lots of use out of it!




The less stuff you have, the more you’ll appreciate the value of seeing what’s really important. The less you’ll want to accumulate more stuff in the future and the less you’ll spend.




Think about it. The less stuff you have, the easier it is to maintain a clean and organized home.


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Good Deed

A lot of the things that you take for granted could mean a lot for other people. Think about that the next time you still decide to keep stuff that you know you will never use. Each time you donate anything to goodwill, you do a good deed. You get to help other people while enriching your spirit.




Believe it or not, drowning in clutter and having an unorganized home could more or less block your thought process and hinder decision making. Freeing yourself from this will open your eyes to see what’s really important for you to focus your time and energy into.




Enjoy your clear open spaces and the happiness it brings you! Feel the openness in your life and welcome in good things. Some worthwhile alone time or spending more time with friends and family.


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Baby Shower Gift Ideas

By |October 16th, 2018|

Baby Shower Gift Ideas: Gender-neutral baby gifts for the couple who just won’t budge!

Since gender is a spectrum, you might find yourself going to baby showers with a request of gender-neutral gifts ONLY. Of course, it would make your life a lot easier if they have a gift registry, but what if they don’t? Here’s where our suggestions would come in handy!


Frame it


A first-year picture frame that fits monthly portraits. It certainly helps that there are a lot of baby photo apps nowadays so parents are sure to have a great and easy time to snap cute photos of their baby.

Featured Item: Pearhead “My First Year” Photo Moments Baby Keepsake Frame


Leave a mark


Help them preserve the memory of the little one’s tiny hands and feet with a handprint and footprint kit – complete with a frame to display their work of art!

Featured Item: Bubzi Co Baby Handprint and Footprint Kit


A little fluff


A plush blanket for newborn babies that will surely melt the hearts of anyone who sees their little bundle of joy all swaddled in it.

Featured Item: Newborn Plush Receiving Blanket Sleeping Wrap Swaddle


A classic


An elegant take on a baby book that will definitely induce nostalgia and is sure to be treasured for years to come!

Featured Item: As You Grow: A Modern Memory Book for Baby


… or a hoot


A baby book to fill with funny antics and well – embarrassing snaps of childhood memories.

Featured Item: The Inappropriate Baby Book




A white-noise sound machine for the best sleeping experience while parents travel with their precious one!

Featured Item: Cloud b Sleep Sheep Travel-Sized White-Noise Sound Machine




A giraffe-shaped wicker baskets for when the child is older to keep their toys organized.

Featured Item: Giraffe-Shaped Wicker Basket

What a fun way to shop for a baby, right?

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What not to buy at a thrift store

By |October 16th, 2018|

Thrift Store No-Gos: Things you shouldn’t buy at thrift stores

While thrift stores are great for finding good deals on valuable and useful items, there are just some items that you should stay away from. The reason why could be for your health, safety and overall, to avoid overpaying for used items.

1. Metal Utensils and Bakeware – Let’s keep this one simple, you don’t want rust in your food.

2. Electronics – While there are some electronic items, like small kitchen appliances are considered good finds, others like old DVD players are usually overpriced for what you get and aren’t worth the repairs down the road. Don’t get swayed by the computers or laptops there either – they are there for a reason. It is very likely that there is some issue with it that might not show up right away when you test them before paying for them. Don’t risk it. It will cost more to fix it than what it’s actually worth.
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3. Underwear, swimsuits, socks, and lingerie – No amount of washing could make purchasing these items okay.

4. Used mattresses and bed linens – Buying used mattresses and bed linens are at high risk for bringing home bed bugs, lice or ticks. Plus, used mattresses and beddings are mostly worn-worn down anyway, so why not just spring for a new one? This goes the same for sofas, pillows and couch cushions.

5. Blenders – Their motors tend to die easily and blades get dull over time. It would be way better to buy a new one.

Bonus Tip! If you already frequent a particular thrift store, might as well find out their sale days as well as when they restock. This way, you always get the best deals and the first pick of the stuff that they put out.
Visit The Thrift Shopper to know which ones are the major thrift stores in your area.

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Energy savings

By |October 16th, 2018|

Energy Saving Tips: Save Your Money, Save Our Planet


Who doesn’t want to hit two birds with one stone? Making simple changes in how you utilize energy in your household will not only help you save money by lowering your bills, you will also get to do your part in helping the environment.


Most electronics and appliances continue to draw electricity even when they’re turned off. Yes, what your mom has been saying all these years is right. Make it a habit to unplug electronics and appliances when they are not in use, not just when you’re leaving the house.

Use Power Strips

It’s easy to forget to turn off electronics when leaving the house, never mind unplug them. Plug similar appliances and chargers into a power strip so you can shut off several devices at once.

Use LED Light Bulbs

This is not a drill. Incandescent bulbs really are a thing of the past. And yes LED light bulbs really are energy-efficient. They use about just a quarter of the energy consumed by incandescent ones, plus, they last 25 times longer.

Put Lightweight Clothes in the Dryer First

This tactic helps build up the heat in the dryer for heavier fabrics.

Use the Toaster and Microwave Oven

Cooking or heating up food with a toaster oven or a microwave oven saves more energy than warming them on the stove or in a conventional oven.

Don’t Stock Up the Fridge

Your refrigerator and freezer operate most efficiently when not crammed with food items. Leaving room inside the refrigerator as well as leaving enough clearance behind it allows air to circulate freely.

Air Dry Dishes

Remember that any appliance that emits heat uses up more electricity. Airy dishes instead of using your dishwasher’s drying cycle. Just open the door after the rinse cycle and let mother nature do the rest. If you run your dishes in the evening, you can wake up to dry dishes without a single kilowatt being used.

Full Loads Only

Wash only full loads of clothes and dishes. Using the washing machine with a few clothes versus a full load uses up the same amount of energy. This goes the same for the dishwasher. Sort your clothes in hampers so they’re ready to be washed when you’ve accumulated enough for a full load. As for the dishes, make it a habit to just wash them in the sink if you’ve only used a few pieces.

Let the Light In
During daylight hours, switch off artificial lights and use windows and skylights to
brighten your home.

Turn Off the Water Heater
Turn off your water heater if you plan on leaving home for a few days. Most models will reheat the water to the set temperature in about an hour.

Bite the Bullet – Replace Old Appliances

Older appliances are often less energy efficient. Your best bet is to replace them with Energy Star appliances or inverter-type ones.

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Never clean your house again

By |October 16th, 2018|

Never Clean Your House Again: Practice these habits to keep your house clean and clutter-free


Better habits save you time and keep your life stress-free by never having to deal with so much clutter in your home. Start cleaning and tidying up before the mess starts by following these simple tips.



1. Don’t let the dishes pile up

Wash the dishes right away. Think about it, washing four or five dishes a day is way better than dealing with thirty dishes at the end of the week. This also applies to the dishes that pile up when you’re cooking. Wash the things that you use while you’re waiting for the water to boil, rather than having pots and pans pile up.



2. Put things back where they came from

Avoid clutter by putting books, toys and other stuff where they belong. This will help avoid that pile of stuff on your coffee table or your nightstand.



3. A minimalist bed

Sure, it’s nice to have some decorative pillows and throw blankets to maintain a perfectly styled bed, but let’s keep it to a minimum. The fewer steps it takes to make your bed every morning, the more likely you’ll actually do it.



4. No balled-up socks

Keeping the entryway clean is very challenging, especially when you or other people in your household don’t have the habit of doing so. Put shoes and coats away after entering the house, take off your socks and put them straight in the hamper instead of leaving them balled up everywhere. Another good thing to have is a mini area that will act as a mudroom. Have a tray or rack for dirty shoes and wet coats. This way, you’ll avoid messing up the entryway or getting mud in your carpet, this will require minimal periodic cleaning.


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5. Clean as you go

Wipe down spills and food stains right away instead of leaving them for later. The less build-up, the easier it is to clean. Mildew, grease, and food stains are not a good look for your house.

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6. Don’t have that special “chair”

You know that one chair in the corner of your room with piles of clothes in it? Yes, that one. It’s like a magnet for clutter. Avoid that by putting your clothes away every night. If your clothes still have one use left in them, at least fold them nicely instead of just tossing them on that lazy-trap chair.


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7. Edit

Don’t own extras. Check for mismatched sheets and pillowcases that you don’t really use anymore, or extra items in your kitchen like Tupperware lids, cheese graters, and similar stuff. Edit them out and watch the clutter disappear, opening up more space in your home.


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8. Command Center

Have a designated command center in your home. That’s where your keys, bills, and mail should go. This way, you’ll avoid losing your keys and having to mess up the whole house looking for them. Another important benefit to this is avoiding that pile of envelopes in your coffee table and losing track of important bills and mail.

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