Don’t let annual spring cleaning sneak up on you! These tips will help you get closer to relaxing and enjoying St. Cloud in no time.
With February here we’re all thinking about the month filled love and Valentine’s. But there’s something else that some people might already be dreading… Spring cleaning. Let’s plan ahead and make this year’s edition of spring cleaning the best one yet. According to Groundhog Day, we’re going to be experiencing an early Spring which is great for us non-Winter people, but bad for the people procrastinating your Spring cleaning. And while we haven’t experienced a whole lot of Winter in St. Cloud we’re just looking forward to getting our 80-degree weather back. Whether you’re in St. Cloud, Florida or New York City, these simple tips will make spring cleaning a breeze so that you can go out and enjoy the breeze.
- Plan ahead. Take a walk around your house and outside to soak up the St. Cloud winter, but grab a notepad and a pen. Write things down that you know you want to clean, reorganize or get rid of. That way, when the weather in St. Cloud starts to warm up, you won’t be thinking “So, where do I start?”
- Make it fun. Take a vacation day and enjoy the morning alone. Make a nice breakfast and ease into spring cleaning. Take a walk around your beautiful St. Cloud neighborhood. By making it an enjoyable day without being rushed, it’ll feel more like a mental health day than a spring cleaning nightmare.
- Work smarter not harder. By planning ahead and taking a vacation day from work, you’ll already have saved so much time. But, your realtor and trusted source in St. Cloud is here to tell you that you don’t have to move every bit of furniture you have. Take care of the stains that have been bothering you for month, invest in a vacuum or sweeper that rotates almost flat so that you can get into spaces underneath furniture without having to move them. Use an all-purpose cleaning solution so that you don’t have to keep switching back and forth. Incentivise spring cleaning for your family too, so they’ll be more excited to help.
These tips are just the beginning, but will really make a difference if you’re trying to cut down the time spent cleaning and increase your time spent outside in St. Cloud.