Isn't it ironic that the one place we use to clean our bodies daily is the one place we neglect to clean often? Since the shower isn't somewhere that our guests see when we entertain (usually... wink, wink) we tend to dismiss the need for routine cleaning until we can't see through the glass anymore. Did you know that the main culprit for the image above is
Every household has certain areas that seem to remain messy and unorganized. Yes...that's right, the clutter you have been trying to hide, thinking that you were the only one who needed better time management skills to organize everything...no, that's everyone.
We at Penny's Personal Touch Services clean and help organize a lot of homes and commercial properties. So, we thought that it would be helpful to go over some of these common household problems. It turns out that with some simple cleaning and organizing tips from the professionals, you will be able to relax in your beautiful home in no time. Let's look at each common household problem and it's solution.
You can hire a professional cleaning company to help you clean the things you are too busy to care for around the house. However, there are just some things you have to clean out personally. The area of your home office that is designed for your work space can get overwhelmed with kids’ school permission slips to sign and bills from 1999.
There are some papers we have to keep for a certain amount of time, but time is something that we all are short of. Therefore, clearly it’s easy for those papers to stack up.
If you personally are already on top of this “shred and toss” method, that is awesome. But it’s a good idea to share this method with our teens headed to college and/or older parents living alone. Times have changed, but identity theft is getting sneakier and more high tech. Buying a great shredder may be a smart idea for a birthday or early Christmas gift.
It's can be hard to know what documents you need to shred and what to throw away. So, let's take a look...
“Prior Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance”
Teachers have prepared the classrooms for a fresh start, so let’s prepare their students for a fresh start before heading back to school as well - beginning at home. To accomplish this preparation, however, we need to plan in an organized space. Planning school breakfasts, lunches, clothes to wear, after school activities, and everything in between takes some organized strategy. We are down to the wire, so let’s focus on the busiest parts of our homes that get used the most during the school year.
Christmas morning can be quite hectic when trying to get the right gifts into the right hands with the commotion of the kids trying to rip to shreds whatever they see. Bring some peace to the exciting storm with these tips.
Alison Caporimo of BuzzFeed shows a wonderful 6 step video for gift wrapping that will save you so much time. Be sure and click here and watch each step carefully to save time, energy, and tape! Then, please read my entire article for tips on making your gift giving personal.
Have you heard of the phrase “Proper Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance”?
Well, if you have never heard of this phrase please do yourself a favor…say it out loud today, write it down, and then make your whole family repeat it.
With the rush of the new school year fast approaching, now is the time to plan ahead so that our families school year routine can be efficient and easy.