How often do you struggle to get motivated to clean your house or office? If you don’t have a cleaning schedule, then there is a pretty high chance that you probably won’t get around to it.
It is no secret that clutter makes us unhappy – there is plenty of research that shows that living in a messy environment can cause stress and anxiety.
So how do you stay motivated to clean? We have put together some top tips to help get you back on track and keep your home in tip-top condition with minimal effort on your part.
By doing this you are setting yourself up for success, prioritizing the task, and putting the beginning of a plan into motion.
If your home is full of clutter that needs to be moved each time you clean, your motivation to get started will be even lower – so start with a thorough declutter.
Not only will this make your home more organized, but it will also motivate you to clean, as you will not be spending time moving things to clean around and under them.
If you are struggling to get started on your cleaning, why not tackle one room at a time? You could start with the bathroom, kitchen, bedroom, lounge/living area, etc.