Weekend Linky-Spring Cleaning
Well, I’m pretty much not. Because what’s the point? We’ll likely have the house professionally cleaned after we move out out. At this point in time, with the move, I’m making a choice (there’s that word again) to forgo spring cleaning. My blinds will stay dusty. So will my baseboards. I just have better things to do. BUT, if you’re not moving 400 miles to a new house, you might want to spring clean.
Well, you probably won’t WANT to but you may feel obliged or compelled to.
Simple Mom has a great series on spring cleaning, breaking it down into manageable chunks over the course of a week.
If you want to really go spring cleaning CRAZY you can check out the Grand Plan from Organized home. It will literally leave no stone (or cushion) unturned.
Small Notebook talks about the high cost of storage and how much money you could save if you just got rid of your crap. (Okay, it’s not really about spring cleaning per se, but it is an interesting take on how important it is to simplify, how much your extra crap could be costing you and why less is better. )
About.com offers a Spring Cleaning checklist and they include helpful tips on HOW to accomplish the things on the list.