Spring is approaching, which means it’s time to start thinking about spring cleaning and organizing your home! Perhaps you’re in an area where there is still snow on the ground or the trees haven’t quite decided to start budding leaves yet; what better time to stay inside and get a jump on Spring cleaning!
We’ve found some wonderful checklists to make your springtime organization and cleaning easier, and we’ve collected them on our Pinterest board. Here is a preview to get you started cleaning for spring:
Cleaning checklists (L-R): Spring Cleaning Checklist from Premeditated Leftovers Blog. Home Organization tips from House Mix Blog. Cleaning is still possible without any chemicals with this post from Powerful Mothering on Spring Cleaning with Essential Oils; if you don’t have any essential oils on hand, you can always grab your trusty Eucalan!
With all this talk of Spring cleaning it is also important to be organized. One of our favorite blogs on home organization shares some great tips on organizing different rooms inside the home.
(From L-R): On the I Heart Organization blog, there are tips and ideas for organizing your cleaning supplies. In your cleaning this Spring, when you find that you have just too many different craft supplies use these handy tips to store them in a stylish way. The laundry room is often one that gets disorganized and it is difficult to keep the clothes sorted. Try out these techniques using some simple bins and label them creatively to bring some fun into doing laundry.
Spring cleaning doesn’t always have to involve cleaning supplies and organizing. Take some time to enjoy some spring treats! We’ve got a collection of Spring inspiration over on our Pinterest board, but here are a few of our favorite spring-inspired snacks!
(From L-R): Chocolate covered Strawberries decorated like Easter eggs. For the simple, festive treat. Flower pretzel bites using only three basic ingredients. For the more complex, but elegant spring treat try these Flower Basket Cupcakes.
Do you have any Spring cleaning tricks? We’d love to hear about them – leave a comment or send an email and let us know!