What’s the value of a clean home? Cleaning up will have a direct affect on how you feel every day. Cleaning is a safe and healthy way to lift your mood!
We have an entirely new schedule for our Spring Cleaning Challenge this year. After a lot of effort and working/re-working, I think I’ve landed on a plan that will get your home clean and help you keep it that way.
The challenge is 6 weeks. The first 5 weeks focus on DEEP CLEANING our homes top to bottom. The tasks for the first 5 weeks ignore the areas we should be cleaning on a daily/ weekly basis, but then in the 6th and final week, we will start our cleaning routines that will take us through the rest of the year!
These two focuses work together to give you not only a super clean home this spring, but a clean home all year long. That is what I call maintenance-mode and it is a dream. In maintenance mode, you never have to be afraid of a friend stopping by or offering to host people in your home. You get to LIVE!!!
6 Weeks To A Clean Home
Here’s a general idea of the plan –
- Week #1: Start at the Top (deep cleaning top to bottom)
- Week #2: Finish at the Bottom
- Week #3: Deep Clean the Kitchen
- Week #4: The Odd Jobs
- Week #5: Finish Room-by-Room & Floors
- Week #6: Start a Cleaning & Laundry Routine
Wait for the Plan or See it Now
The Challenge starts April 10th if you’d like to participate with our Facebook Community. Of course, you can follow this 6 Week Plan any time that suits you (and it doesn’t just have to be in the spring). You can purchase the Spring Cleaning Printable Pack and get all the info you need, including the spring cleaning task schedule.
If you prefer not to buy the Printable Pack, I’ll be posting each week’s tasks the Sunday before the week begins like we’ve been doing for the Declutter Challenge. The tasks will be available to see for that week only. I want you to participate whether you get the printable pack or not – I hope you’ll join us!
About the Spring Cleaning Printable Pack
The Spring Cleaning Printable Pack comes absolutely loaded with so much that you need!
- Deep Cleaning Checklists for every room in your home (these have editable fields so you can customize!)
- Cleaning How To & Tips
- Chores lists for kids (multiple kinds, editable)
- Cleaning Routine and Laundry Routine printables
- Household Checklist (known as the HH List)
The checklists for each room come filled out, but are editable and customizable so you can make it fit your house perfectly. And there’s so much more than the checklists! I really think the Spring Cleaning Printable Pack will help you with your Spring Cleaning this year, but continue to help throughout the year.
Order your Spring Cleaning Bundle Pack
Be sure not to miss emails updates by signing up for the newsletter now. You’ll be notified when the weekly schedule of tasks comes out each week while we Spring Clean. Don’t forget we start April 10th!
I hope you’ll be joining us for this year’s Spring Cleaning Challenge! Deep Clean & Live Better!
From my home to yours,
Christine Harman says
Hi Mary, I enjoy your site and appreciate the good advice and ideas. I have a challenge I hope you can help me with. I have two framed prints and when they were done, the framer put those hard rubber/plastic discs on the bottom corners so they wouldn’t damage the wall. However, after experiencing a broken central air system for several days, I discovered the heat had caused those discs to melt and now I have sticky streaks coming down the wall from the corners of the frames. How can I get rid of the streaks without damaging the walls?
I’d find a strong cleaner, like goof off, or something, and test in an inconspicuous area of your wall. I’m sorry to say that there is a chance you’ll need to touch-up the paint after you clean it. That’s probably what I’d do. 🙂
Is there another payment option for getting the spring cleaning bundle besides paypal?
Lana Hanlon says
I am wondering that, too. Thanks.
same reply – you can email me and we can work it out email@example.com
You can email me and we can find a way to work it out. firstname.lastname@example.org