Final Chance for the Spring Cleaning Printable Bundle

This printable bundle goes away tomorrow! (Feb 28th at 11 p.m. ET) We’ve had some fairly legit winter days here in Texas this week, but Spring is coming! Printables don’t solve solve slob problems, but can be great for keeping focused. See if there are ones in this bundle that will legitimately help you achieve your spring cleaning goals. And of course, my 28 Days e-book is included so you’ll have something for a slow and steady start to getting your home under control if that’s what you need!
Below, I’ve added my observations and favorite things about each product that’s included. Remember, most of these are printables, so you get the files to download and then you can print only what you want/need from your own computer.

 

 

Spring Cleaning Bundle

 

What’s included in our Spring Cleaning Printable Bundle?

  • A Bowl Full of Lemons – 2015 Spring Cleaning Kit
  • Clean Mama – Spring Cleaning Kit
  • iHeart Organizing – Donation Printable Kit
  • Clean & Scentsible – Outdoor Cleaning Kit
  • Organizing Homelife – Chore Charts for Parents & Kids
  • Country Chic Cottage – A Guide to Natural Cleaning
  • i Dream of Clean – The Ultimate Guide to Simplify Your Closet (9 Session Video Series)
  • Simplify 101 – How to Organize your Closet
  • A Slob Comes Clean – 28 Days to Hope for your Home (E-Book)

 

2015 Spring Cleaning Bundle

 

Click Here to Order

 

 

How long is the bundle for sale?

The bundle will be available from 8am EST on 2/20/14 through 11:00 pm EST on 2/28/14. There are no exceptions.

Details about each kit:

Listed below are the pictures, details, and links to the 9 exclusive kits within the Spring Cleaning Bundle Bundle. If you have any specific questions about a kit, please email the blog associated with the kit. For general Bundle questions, you can contact us at springcleaningbundle at gmail.com. Please look at the FAQ page before emailing with questions. All kits are pdf files and will be sent to you in a zip file, once payment has been made (instant download). All files are 8.5 x 11 inches unless stated in the description.

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A BOWL FULL OF LEMONS 2015 SPRING CLEANING KIT

 I like:
The detailed room by room checklists! (Which are cute-as-can-be!)

Spring Cleaning Printable Kit via A Bowl Full of Lemons

SPRING CLEANING KIT (10 Pages)

A $10 Value

A Bowl Full of Lemons Spring Cleaning Kit includes:

  • Cover Page
  • 8 Cleaning Recipe Cards (Front & Back) 2 pages
  • Family Chores Checklist (Blank)
  • Cleaning Caddy Checklist
  • Detailed Bathroom Checklist
  • Detailed Kitchen Checklist
  • Detailed Living Room Checklist
  • Detailed Bedroom Checklist
  • Weekly Cleaning Checklist (Blank)

Blog: www.abowlfulloflemons.net

Shop: http://www.abowlfulloflemons.net/printables-shop

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CLEAN MAMA SPRING CLEANING KIT

My three favorite things from this kit:

• A “One Month of Spring Cleaning” checklist with detailed cleaning tasks that you can check off at your own pace.
• Mini checklists for various rooms. Cute and nicely sized for putting in a cleaning supply basket and for passing out to various family members as they’re assigned a room to clean.
• The fact that her cleaning recipes include “rubbing alcohol or vodka.” This makes me giggle for some reason.

Clean Mama's Spring Cleaning Kit

SPRING CLEANING KIT (10 Pages)

A $10 Value

Clean Mama’s Spring Cleaning Kit includes:
  • SPRING CLEANING KIT COVER (with cleaning icons).
  • GUIDE/INSTRUCTIONS – guide to fitting spring cleaning into an already busy schedule.
  • ONE MONTH OF SPRING CLEANING CHECKLIST – want to tackle a little bit every day? This full page checklist is perfect and includes my proven process for getting the cleaning done in minutes/day over the course of a month.
  • MINI CLEANING CHECKLISTS (3 pages/ 9 checklists) – Supplies, Ingredients, Simple Checklist, Kitchen, Bathrooms, Bedrooms, Living Areas, Utility, and a Blank Checklist. Perfect for spring cleaning (or anytime!) Print and trim (print on cardstock and laminate for extra durability) or keep as a full page.
  • ESSENTIAL CLEANING RECIPES – My 5 favorite DIY formulas for spring cleaning – your house will smell lemon-y fresh!
  • MINI CLEANING RECIPE BOOK (2 Pages) – trim and assemble your own mini recipe book to keep on your cleaning caddy, print on cardstock and laminate for durability (as shown in images)
  • KIDS CLEANING CHECKLISTS (1 page/ 3 checklists) – want to get the kids involved? Print out the kids cleaning checklists and make a mini spring cleaning bucket and they’ll be cleaning right along with you!

Blog: http://www.cleanmama.net/

Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/CleanMamaPrintables

 

I HEART ORGANIZING DONATION PRINTABLE KIT

What I like in this kit:

• A donation tracker sheet (see it in the pic below) to write down the items you’re donating for tax purposes. (People like us would need to print a LOT of copies, and consolidate. Ex. 17 pairs girls 2T shorts good condition. 23 pairs girls 2T shorts fair condition . . . )
• A list of places to donate or get rid of hard-to-get-rid-of items.

 

 I Heart Organizing

 

DONATION PRINTABLE KIT (8 Pages)

A $10 Value

The I Heart Organizing Donation Kit includes:

  • Room by Room Declutter Guide
  • Donation Guide (3 pages)
  • Donation Tracker
  • Cut the Clutter Questions
  • 4 Sorting Signs

Blog: http://iheartorganizing.blogspot.com/

Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/IHeartOrganizing

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CLEAN & SCENTSIBLE OUTDOOR CLEANING KIT

 Things I like in this kit:

• Detailed lists of things to do outside. (Things that rarely enter my mind.)
• Cleaning recipes for specific items outside. (Cleaning outside things like plastic furniture or fabric or outdoor windows or decks overwhelms me. These recipes make it seem less overwhelming.)

Clean and Scentsible

OUTDOOR CLEANING KIT ( 6 Pages)

A $10 Value

The Outdoor Cleaning Kit Includes:

  • 2 outdoor spring cleaning checklists
  • 1 outdoor spring maintenance checklist
  • 6 DIY outdoor cleaning recipe cards

Blog – http://www.cleanandscentsible.com

ORGANIZING HOMELIFE CHORE CHARTS FOR PARENTS & KIDS

Things I like in this kit:

• Charts are completely customizable. They don’t come with pre-written tasks. You write in the tasks.
• The kids’ charts are super adorable. There’s a butterfly-themed one and a construction-themed one to appeal to different kids. If you didn’t want to use the cutesy circle images for filling out the chart (which would involve cutting or having a special punch + glue), you could just check the boxes or add your own stickers. The chart is adorable on its own.

 Girl Chore Chart

 CHORE CHARTS (6 Pages)

A $15 Value

The Organizing Homelife Chore Chart Kit Includes:

  • A weekly chore chart for moms/adults – 1 in black and white and 1 in color
  • A weekly “construction” theme chore chart for boys
  • Boys page of stickers
  • A weekly “butterfly” theme chore chart for girls
  • Girls page of stickers

Blog: http://www.organizinghomelife.com

Shop: http://www.organizinghomelife.com/printables-shop

 

COUNTRY CHIC COTTAGE GUIDE TO NATURAL CLEANING

What I like about this:

• It’s an e-book, so you don’t have to print, or you could easily print just the pages you need.
• I like the format of this guide. Each section lists LOTS of ways to use a specific common household product to clean. Did you know you can use cream of tartar (which I’ve only used for snickerdoodles!) for cleaning!
• As someone who doesn’t always have the “proper” supplies on hand when the Cleaning Mood strikes, I love the idea of glancing through this e-book to see what I could use that I already have in my cabinet. (Trips to the store can totally kill that mood!)

 Your complete guide to natural cleaning picture

YOUR COMPLETE GUIDE TO NATURAL CLEANING (11 Pages)

A $1.99 Value

The Natural Cleaning Guide Includes:
  • 225 ideas for using vinegar, cream of tartar, lemons, hydrogen peroxide, steam, baking soda, corn starch, salt, and rubbing alcohol to clean.

 

i DREAM OF CLEAN ULTIMATE GUIDE TO SIMPLIFY YOUR CLOSET

What I like:

Ummm, this is a 39.99 value! That’s more than the cost of this entire bundle. As an ultimate cheapskate, that speaks to my soul.

This is a video course, and I haven’t had a chance to check it out. You’ll receive a special link when you purchase the bundle. I have met Christine, though, and she’s a VERY nice, non-intimidating person. (I feel like “non-intimidating” is something people like us need to know when considering a video course about cleaning out our closets!)

 

I Dream of Clean

 

ULTIMATE GUIDE TO SIMPLIFY YOUR CLOSET (9 Session Video Series)

A $39.99 Value

Blog: http://www.idreamofclean.net

Shop: http://idreamofclean.net/simplify-your-wardrobe

SIMPLIFY 101 HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR CLOSET

Things I like about this:

• It’s a detailed course, with an extensive, thorough process. (It’s 67 pages!)
• The author specifically addresses common closet-organization problems and gives solutions.

Simplify 101

HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR CLOSETS (67 Pages)

A $19 Value

The How to Organize Your Closet printable pack includes:

  • Everything you need to transform your closet from chaotic and cluttered to functional and fabulous.
  • Includes all written lesson materials, questionnaires, organizing checklists & planning forms delivered as colorful, printable, & editable pdfs.
  • 69 pages in total / 2 lessons of easy-to-implement content from simplify 101’s class “Organize Your Closet.”

Disclaimer: The printable bundle does not include online class features such as MP3 audio files, access to the simplify 101 community forum, access to online class videos, or access to class materials on the simplify 101 website.

Blog: http://www.simplify101.com/organizing-blog/

Shop: http://www.simplify101.com/shop/online-classes/how-to-organize-your-closet/

 

A SLOB COMES CLEAN 28 DAYS TO HOPE FOR YOUR HOME E-BOOK

I like this one because I wrote it.

• One critic says it’s “Brilliant in its simplicity.” (Disclosure: That critic is my mother.)
• It works. These four habits are like magic (but not magic at all). They’ll transform your home in a way that will boggle the Slob Brain.

 

A Slob Comes Clean

 

28 DAYS TO HOPE FOR YOUR HOME E-BOOK (52 Pages)

A $5.00 Value

28 Days to Hope for Your Home includes:

  • 28 days of specific instructions to help you develop four basic (but essential) home management habits.
  • Insights into why these concepts seem foreign to you.
  • Practical tips to keep you from giving up.
  • Bonus sections with realistic strategies for laundry management, meal prep, and decluttering.
  • More than 45 pages of all new, exclusive content not found on the blog!

Blog: http://www.aslobcomesclean.com

Shop: http://www.aslobcomesclean.com/28-days-to-hope-for-your-home/

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Important Details:

  • If you have any questions or issues with your Spring Cleaning Bundle, please visit the FAQ page. Look over the questions and answers on the page BEFORE emailing. If you have not found your answer on the FAQ page, please email springcleaningbundle at gmail dot com. To ensure that your question is answered in a timely manner, please take care to email at the “Spring Cleaning Bundle” address (not our personal blog email address). Please note that due to high email volume, we will do our best to respond within 24 hours – thank you for your patience! When emailing, please include a copy of your Paypal receipt and highlight your issue in the “subject” line.
  • The Spring Cleaning Bundle is an exclusive sale & only available from 8 a.m. EST on February 20th to 11:00 p.m. EST on February 28th, 2015. There are no exceptions.
  • PLEASE DO NOT SHARE THE BUNDLE WITH ANYONE ELSE. It is intended solely for the person who purchased the bundle. Please be respectful of the authors’ copyrights.
  • After purchasing, you will automatically receive an email (to the email address you provide) containing the download link. Please check your spam or promotions folder, if you cannot find the email.
  • Please download and back up your Spring Cleaning Bundle AS SOON AS YOU RECEIVE IT. You only have 5 download attempts to access your files. The download link expires on 3/15/15. After that date, we will not be able to provide new links to download. Please remember to back up your files. We are unable to send you copies of the printable bundle that have been deleted or lost. We will not respond to those emails.
  • Due to the digital nature of this sale, there will be no refunds & no exceptions.
  • If you have any questions or issues with a specific printable included in this bundle, please contact that author directly.
  • The bundle is provided as a zip file. Please read the download directions on the FAQ page, if you are unsure of how to download a zip file, BEFORE attempting.

 

Disclosure: This is an affiliate post. If you purchase a bundle from my link, I will receive a percentage of the sales.

--Nony

Using My Head Exploding Rule to Declutter

Decluttering Following the Head Explosion Rule at ASlobComesClean.com

I was listening to my own podcast (a rare thing, since I don’t edit them) about the Head Explosion Rule as I cleaned up the kitchen this morning.

So when I ran across that glass lid-thingy in the picture, and began to feel a physical, head-exploding sensation come over me, I knew just what to do.

I threw it in the trash.

It’s the lid to a candle that my 13yo bought for me for Christmas. I love the candle, but I’m really not one to put lids on candles.

I’m sure there’s a reason to put lids on candles, but I’ve never, in my 41 years of life, known what that reason was.

But knowing that someone in the world of candles knows of a really good reason (obviously, since they make the lids) that I don’t know made me think maybe there was a reason I should keep it.

Knowing there’s a reason + not being able to imagine what that reason is = head explosion.

If something causes my head to feel like it’s going to explode, I declutter it.

If you’re a candle expert, feel free to explain the reason. Not that it matters now, since it’s gone.

 

 

--Nony

Priorities – And Sledding without Snow

Snow Day in Texas at ASlobComesClean.com

It’s 2:20 on Wednesday afternoon, and other than a quick, not-a-real-post on Monday, I haven’t blogged this week.

We had “snow” days on Monday and Tuesday, which were really Ice Days. The roads were bad, so school was canceled, but we managed to get out with friends to have a BLAST “sledding” in our laundry baskets.

Today, it actually snowed, but school wasn’t canceled.

My 13yo took that pic as I dropped him off, but now there’s not a patch of snow to be found. All of it has melted.

So why a post about priorities?

Here are mine:

1. Be mom and wife.

2. Be a blogger.

Basically, I have always been committed to putting life before blogging. I consider my family my life’s work.

I’ve re-committed to that lately. Not that anything has changed, but I’ve decided to not let my blood pressure rise when blogging gets pushed down the list by Mom Stuff.

Even though blogging (and podcasting, and speaking, and writing e-books, and interacting on social media) is officially my job, if my priorities got out of whack, I’d have to let it go.

I’d prefer not to let it go, so I’m committing to not let it get out of whack.

Sorry if that’s confusing, but this hour between getting home from counting money for a school fundraiser (a Mom Thing) and picking up kids from school (another Mom Thing) is going really quickly. I don’t have time to blather AND edit.

Basically, these “Snow” Days have been a test of my renewed commitment to stop blogging as needed when Momming throws me a curve ball. It was way more important to watch the fourth Harry Potter movie and work on a Star Wars puzzle and dig out coveralls and mismatched gloves than it was to write.

Here’s hoping tomorrow allows for some time to write the posts that have been rolling around in my head.

Oh. And don’t forget about the Spring Cleaning Printables Bundle that’s going on right now. It’s one of the ways I get to call this my job.

 

--Nony
--Nony

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