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  1. I need to clean out my house. We have so many baby toys and little kid clothes to get rid of. I feel like i need to clean out every drawer and cabinet. It is overwhelming, I need to make a list!

  2. I love to pick up and keep things tidy, but I’m terrible at deep cleaning! I love that your first tip is to hire help. The money can be so worth the peace of mind and time you save!

  3. I love these tips! Getting the whole family involved teaches great skills at an early age.

  4. I totally needed this post. I’m planning on starting my Spring cleaning soon and just need to take my time and not feel overwhelmed.

  5. This is a great list, I started my spring cleaning a few weeks ago in hopes that once spring actually hits the cleaning will already be done! 🙂 cleaning and I are not the best of friends either! 🙂

  6. We did major spring cleaning of my apartment this past week, and I definitely made use of the “many hands make light work” strategy! Especially being 38 weeks pregnant, that was crucial! My mom, little sisters, and husband all worked together while I did the lighter tasks that did not involve any ladders, haha!

  7. Breaking it up is what I need to do. I usually try to everything in a day and get burnt out.

  8. I’m in the middle of a spring clean and a de litter do this post has come at the right time for me. I’m always asking family members to help but they’re usually busy 😂
    I find that breaking down the tasks into manageable chunks helps and you’re advice about not taking in too much is spot on.

  9. I absolutely love this post and super woman costume is adorable! I’m going to help mys/I clean his house using the chart you posted. For my own place , I’ll pay someone. I’m pinning This!

  10. I love to organize and tidy but I absolutely hate cleaning! I love the idea of breaking tasks into smaller chunks of time because the thought of wasting a whole day cleaning is enough to make me never want to do it. Great tips!

  11. This is so useful. I regularly clean and de-clutter but I need to get better at organising and doing a deep clean

  12. I love that you got the whole family involved – it’s so much less work when everyone contributes! The idea of picking a task based on how much time you have is ideal – I wish I’d thought of it sooner!

  13. Oh wow! I love the strategies and will definitely try them! We just arrived from snowboarding vacation and you can only imagine the horror of unpacking. I will prioritize the task ahead and assess which needed to get done first. Love this post and thank you for sharing!

  14. Awesome post. I’m convinced you wrote this for me. As I started reading I thought… I hate cleaning but I actually organized the pantry today. Then you mentioned that that was also something you can tolerate and I laughed. Twinning! Thanks so much for your tips. Loved them and I plan to look into Pinterest for even more fun cleaning hacks. Wish me luck. Lol.

    1. Glad I’m not alone Jenna!!! We’ll wish each other luck with spring cleaning this year!

  15. Great tips, Melissa! I usually break down the tasks. I start with the upstairs and go little by little into each room. After I’m all done, I tackle the downstairs. I hate cleaning the fridge I prefer to do all the bathrooms in the house than the fridge lol.

    1. Isn’t it funny how we have our things we “enjoy” and things we “hate” about cleaning. I’m with you, there are many thing’s I’d prefer to do before the fridge!

  16. I love the idea of breaking down the cleaning into smaller tasks as compared to doing it all at once.

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