Goodwill® Spring Cleaning
Wondering where to begin when it comes to spring cleaning? This #7DaysofSpringCleaning infographic helps you take it one day at a time.
With jars from your local Goodwill and some chalkboard paint, you can create counter top organization that looks good and is easy to update via @Julia Berry
Dirty sponge? Wet it then microwave for two minutes on high - it will be germ-free! #SpringCleaning
I'd say a year, because of the different seasons!! This is a good idea (from another pinner): Every January, I turn all of the hangers in my closet backwards, like this. It takes about 60 seconds: Each time I wear an item, I hang it back up in the normal fashion, which takes zero effort to remember or do. In June, any item that is still hanging backwards has not been worn in 6 months, and I usually donate it to Goodwill unless I can come up with a good reason to save it.
Get rid of 40 bags of stuff in 40 days- forty places to check and declutter. PERFECT! Right when I am done with the challenge, I should just start back at the beginning!
Here's a great blog on cleaning and maintaining your home. I love how she has a notebook and goes through the house like a prospective buyer. List everything that needs attention. Why should your house only look great when it's up for sale. By breaking it down into manageable lists, everyone can have a beautifully clean, well maintained home!
A great article about #Goodwill by @Helene Segura from @LivingOrderSA about decluttering via @Goodwill SA
Donations Bag: Hang a sturdy, extra-large tote bag in a central location or by the back door and let it serve as a collection bin for clothes, housewares, toys, and other items that you decide to give away. When the bag is full, simply grab the handles and take the contents to a local charity. [Alena]: I think this advice is very nice, it can move you to unclutter your home.
Spring Cleaning tips and ideas for organizers you might at your local Goodwill.