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My Methods

my methods

 

Defining Normal

Laundry Day

Why I Have to Run My Dishwasher Every Night

The Reasons I have to Sweep Every Day

My Two Decluttering Questions

How to Start Cleaning Up, When You Don’t Know Where to Start

How to Declutter Without Making a Bigger Mess

The Layers of a Clean House

How to Not Get Distracted from a Decluttering Project by Other Decluttering Projects

Family Pick Up Time (or the Benefits of Random Intentionality)

 

My Checklists:

My Weekly House Cleaning Tasks

How to Clean a Messy House (with printable checklist)

Printable Daily Bathroom Checklist

Go here to learn about and print your own Daily Checklist.

Explanation and printable version of my Kids’ Chore Charts

Bathroom Cleaning Checklist for Kids

My Daily Kitchen Checklist for Kids

A Summer Version of My Kids’ Daily Checklist

 

Decluttering Strategies You Can Implement Immediately that Won’t Overwhelm

Day One: Decluttering Tasks that Won’t Overwhelm

Day Two: Procrasticlutter

Day Three: Make It Fit!

Day Four: Down and Dirty Decluttering

Day Five: Repeat as Needed

 

See all of my e-books here.  (including Drowning in Clutter? and Teaching Kids to Clean)

 

 

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