Not everyone is warm to the idea of spring cleaning. Hopefully our tips down below will make this year's spring cleaning a bit more fun. Quit procrastinating because it is time to thoroughly eliminate your home of the dirt and dust that it has complied over the long winter months.
1. Make a Playlist - Our Pudus team have come up with a Spotify playlist to help with your spring cleaning. Check it out here.
2. Do not hesitate to donate - I don't know about you but when it comes to clothes, I'm a hoarder. I always reason with myself saying that I will wear a piece again someday. The truth is, if you haven't worn it at all in the last year, you probably wont wear it in the upcoming year either. Go ahead and chuck it on the donation bin. It's for a good cause and you will have more space to play around with afterwards.
3. Binge watch a series while cleaning - Put that Netflix subscription to use and pick a TV series to binge watch. The trick is to pick a show that does not require all of your attention. Here is a quick list of shows you can play in the background if you're not much into playlists: Friends, Gilmore Girls, Hoarders ( this one will definitely help with the whole spring cleaning situation) and etc. Try and avoid shows that require most if not all of your attention like crime shows.
4. Make a schedule - Spring cleaning is a daunting task to take on. If you're like me and can't handle cleaning all day long, having a schedule is a must. For example, you can schedule to clean the living room and kitchen area in the morning. After lunch would be a good time to tackle the bedrooms and the washrooms. Do what works for you but also remember to schedule some breaks in between for yourself.
5. Reward yourself! - After hours and hours of cleaning, you have finally finished. Don't let your hard work go unnoticed. Go outside for a nice stroll, maybe even grab ice cream. You can even put your pair of Pudus on and have a movie night by yourself. Point is, do something for yourself. You deserve to relax and unwind after all of the hard work you've put in.