Some people have homes that are always ready for company – should anyone just drop in. I don’t. That’s because I am addicted to “clutter”. Continue reading Confessions of a Clutter Addict
If time permits, my home gets through cleaning twice a year – spring and fall. However, if I were to do any of these chores only once a year, I prefer spring because I feel like I am shaking away winter doldrums and cobwebs as I am doing them. Continue reading 8 Things That Need Spring Cleaning
I had been planning to do it for a long time now. And I had already been doing it– sort of, unintentionally, and very slowly. COVID-19, however, gave me concentrated periods of time at home – something we rarely find ourselves with. And so I decided to tackle my “Swedish Death Cleaning” – seriously. Continue reading Seriously? Swedish Death Cleaning?
As the snow melts – dribbling down the snow banks like an ice-cream dripping down a cone on a hot sunny day – spring cleaning is on my mind. And as I think of sunny days, I realize that I will be spending more of my time outdoors – in the garden and playing with the grandchildren on the trampoline. So whatever doesn’t get cleaned and sorted by May will probably wait another six months. Continue reading The Joys of Spring Cleaning