1. Cheyenne says

    I already (attempt to) do most of these on the list. However, the one that hit me like a ton of “duh”s was to write TASKS down not PROJECTS. It may just be a mind trick but seems less daunting.

    • Kalyn Brooke says

      It’s funny how sometimes just a simple change in perspective can make a huge difference.

  2. Jennifer | The Deliberate Mom says

    Oh, oh, oh… I do the first 3 tips! The rest were so inspiring! A window a week — why hadn’t I thought of that?! I hate window washing. That would certainly take the edge off wouldn’t it?!

    Such an awesome list of tips and now I have to check out your book (since I already have a bundle)!

    Thanks for sharing!

    • Kalyn Brooke says

      I have to give credit to Joseph for the window washing trick. He HATES doing windows, but started doing 1 a week so that we wouldn’t have to do them all at one time twice a year. 🙂

  3. Lindsey says

    These tips are amazing and super helpful! One thing I do every weekend to keep my own clean is to focus on one area and really clean it well. Last weekend was the bathroom sink and the week before that was the coat closet. Giving myself one area of the house to work on often motivates me to want to do more. But when you have just one small area to focus on it makes cleaning and organizing a breeze!

    I really need to do the whole laundry timer thing though, that’s a great tip.

    • Kalyn Brooke says

      That’s a great idea, Lindsey! Breaks daunting cleaning routines down even a step further.

  4. Courtney says

    I love the “wash one window a week” tip! I have less windows to deal with now that we live in our Airstream, but they get dirty quick! Maybe I’ll do 2 a week on separate days and that way I’ll hit all of them once a month. Brilliant! Thanks!

    • Kalyn Brooke says

      You’re welcome, Courtney.

      Joseph and I are actually planning a summer long RV trip in a few years… so I’m going to be stalking your blog for a while. 🙂

  5. Natalie @ Financegirl says

    One nice thing about living in an apartment while I repay my student loan debt from law school is that the space is small, which means cleaning doesn’t take that much time! I think if I’m financially able to in the future, I will outsource some of the cleaning in my future home (at least, ideally)!

    • Kalyn Brooke says

      I love how you said this: “Outsourcing some of the cleaning…” 🙂 This is one of my life goals as well! Until then… it’s hacks, tips, and checklists. 🙂

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