Ways To Clean The Clutter Out Of Your Life Daily, To Have A Happier Life
You’ve heard the saying, how you keep your house is how you keep your life. Sometimes that is true, and I think that is why people are so quick to judge you on the way you keep your house. If you want to do daily maintenance on things that could get out of hand. Follow this list.
Start the day off right, make it so you are smiley and ready to tackle the day.
1. Make the Bed–If you make your bed chances are you will tidey up around it too. So, by making your bed you are cleaning your room too.
2. Manage Clutter–Instead of the “I’ll get that later” attitude, why not pick it up now. Whatever it is. Clean up your dishes, put away your dirty clothes.
3. Sort the Mail–Keep a small folder for the bills you want to save or keep for a while, get rid of the rest. Sort it, then deal with it right away and you will keep a clean area.
4. Clean as You Cook– I am the worst at this part. I like to cook and eat, then clean up. Yo can clean up right after you use it. Less clutter for later. cb
5. Wipe Up Spills While They’re Fresh–Don’t let them stain, get it right away, off of countertops and floors. If it spills get it and stop worrying.
6. Sweep the Kitchen Floor–Every night when you’ve finished dinner, sweep the floor. Daily maintenance of this chore will insure that it will say clean all week.
7. Keep your work space as clear as possible-sometimes keeping the work space, like your desk or bench or whatever is your work space, clear helps you keep a clear mind. I have a cluttered area and some days it’s hard to work.
8. Ok, this is one I am terrible at, Learn to say NO!- Sometimes when you have too many things to do, you can’t stop and think. Cleaning your schedule also makes you have less clutter in your life.
9. Keep a Routine- Having a daily or weekly routine also helps you to keep the clutter out of your life by giving you a path to follow each day.
10. Rules-Make a few hard and fast rules so you don’t fall into that rut again, and you have somewhere to put things.