Soon houses across America will be filled with family and friends for Thanksgiving dinner. With all the time spent in the kitchen. Do you really want to spend hours cleaning your house?
According to an article at chronicle.augusta.com, “House Cleaning and the Holidays”
“With Thanksgiving just a few weeks away on Nov. 28, I like to start getting my home ready for the onset of baking, family dinners, traveling and new toys that come with the holiday season.
Even though most people are more familiar with the idea of spring cleaning, I believe that fall cleaning is just as important. With colder weather, many of us start spending more time inside. It’s much nicer to spend that time in a comforting environment than a clutter-filled space.
But what if you are a busy household where lives are filled by jobs, afterschool activities, hobbies, sports, or other pursuits? How can a time-strapped household accomplish a fall decluttering without spending a lot of money or time?
Well, over the years I’ve read countless organization and cleaning books filled with tips and tricks in search of ways to keep my house looking nice despite two mini-tornadoes disguised as children and two mischievous cats that have a love of foil packages and knocking over trash cans.” To read the entire article click here.