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Cleaning a House for Quick

This is totally my style. I also try to do one load of laundry each day. It keeps it from piling up and becoming the beast that takes all day to conquer!

I found this article, and now I’ve spent my entire evening reading about your home management notebook, menu planning and cleaning tips! I’m not sure how I’ve been doing this stay-at-home mom thing without you!

Now, I’m off to clean the ketchup from tonight’s dinner off the baby’s highchair so that I don’t have to do it in the morning when it’s all dried and crusty. You are so right!!

Woo I thought this was a fab post and really got me thinking to the extra hours I waist on cleaning. I plan to have my timer with me and see how much I can get done just to inspire me for less ‘I will do it later’ style cleaning…I bet in 15mins I could really change this kitchen from a riot of mess to a place to feel comfortable in…Oh no not toast on the lap top again….

Yep, this is my MAJOR problem! I need to clean as I go. I will definately try harder to put this in to practice. The one thing I have really been working on to keep up on is keeping dirty dishes out of my sink and keeping my sink shining (thank you Flylady!) It really does help me start my morning happier!

I know you hear this a lot but, I’m so glad I found your blog!!!

I am motivated to tackle my home with a new mindset.

My little tip: when loading the DW I put like utensils together for super quick unloading…spoons together, forks together etc. Cuts down on a bit of time and effort.

I have spent hours pouring over your articles, and I keep finding myself agreeing, relating and being inspired. One last thing, I appreciate that in these “politically correct” days you freely share the role your faith has in what you do everyday. It is so refreshing to see Jesus’ name used in a way that is not a curse word! Thank you and God bless!

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