Tips for super-clean and organized living

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If you are an adult with a full-time job, (with or without) a spouse and children, then the following description must sound eerily familiar. As you are approaching your home on a workday after a crazy day at work, for a minute you can’t help but dread the chore factory you are about to walk into. This morning you left the house in a hurry. Laundry is piling up. The dishwasher is waiting to be unloaded. There are toys all over the place. Not to worry, dear friend, you are not alone.

Having in mind the hectic lifestyle of a modern man/woman, it’s no wonder we are constantly in search of a way to be more organized. Keeping the household neat and clean can affect your entire mood set. And super-clean and organized living doesn’t need to remain merely wishful thinking. Here’s how you can achieve it! 

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Keeping everything in your life clean and organized sounds almost dreamy, doesn’t it?

“It is possible to keep super-clean and organized living”

Be patient – big changes do not happen overnight

It goes without saying that it is going to take some time for any changes to have an obvious effect. But you should just be bound and determined that you are going to make your household and your entire living cleaner and more organized. Make a list of rules and stick to it every single day. Even if you feel run-down after a long day, try to set aside at least a couple of minutes to keep up with your schedule. The tomorrow-you will be thankful you did. So first thing’s first.

Declutter and simplify your lifestyle and your home

This is quite simple, actually. Super-clean and organized living starts with getting rid of things you no longer need. Declutter is your word of the day once you decide to organize your life and your household. Throw away the things you never use. You can organize a yard sale or keep your things in a storage unit. Regardless of how you decide to do it, the first step is to keep only the things that you actually need. After you do this, doing your daily chores will come much easier.

Make a list of daily mini-duties (for yourself as well as other household members)

Come up with a list of chores that take no more than fifteen minutes each. After you do this, divide the list into five or six days (you might like the idea of an off-duty day). So every day you will have a couple of short and simple chores to do. This kind of schedule will keep you busy for only several minutes but sticking to it daily will keep things clean and organized at all times. Your personal list can look any way that you find suitable for your own daily routine. Another way of doing it might be picking a chore of the day. An example of a well-balanced daily-chore list might look like this:

  • Monday – Mop any floors
  • Tuesday – Vacuum everywhere
  • Wednesday – Dust all surfaces
  • Thursday – Clean windows
  • Friday – Make sure your bathrooms are fresh and clean
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Select one day of the week to do a thorough bathroom cleaning

“Keep your bathroom clean by never skipping your chore chart”

Make up a daily chore routine that you never skip for a super-clean and organized living

In order for you to maintain the order of a super-clean and organized living, there are things to be done on a daily basis. And this means with few or no exceptions at all. For example, it is a good idea to make your bed every day. Also, wipe sinks and faucets, as well as countertops. Do one load of laundry a day, and make sure you don’t forget to load and unload the dishwasher. Also, pick up and put away anything that is not in its place. All of this must sound like a lot of work. But if you had followed the first tip, you have by now declutter your home and stored away the stuff you don’t need, perhaps using the assistance of professionals at movingkings.com; this step has made it easier for you to finish your daily obligations in no time at all.

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Sinks and faucets will require daily wiping, but this mini-step makes all the difference

“Wipe your sinks and faucets daily and it will quickly become part of your routine”

Keep things neat and your everyday life more organized by applying these simple tips

Finally, keeping a super-clean and organized living is not easy. But as soon as you get used to it, you will never wish to go back to your old habits. Help yourself feel better and get organized easier by always keeping in mind several very simple mini-rules:

  • Do a little each day instead of a lot in one single day
  • Procrastination is your worst enemy disguised as a friend
  • Find motivation and joy in everyday tasks
  • Delegate – your household members need to get their own responsibilities
  • Write everything down
  • De-clutter your home and your life from time to time
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All things considered, having a super-clean and organized living might seem like hard work. And, in a way, it is. But if you just stick to your decision to have a clean and organized household and apply the same decision to your entire lifestyle, it will be the easiest thing you’ve ever done. So yes, it does take commitment and devotion. But it pays off wonderfully. You’ll find it easier to function and it can stop you from feeling depressed. Make a choice to be better organized today and you will enjoy it tomorrow, as well as every day for the rest of your life, you can be 100% percent sure about it. Thanks to Velimir Jovanovic for collaborating!

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