The change of seasons spur many things, but house cleaning should not be one of them. So, think of it as a renewal and get inspired. We pulled together some sources of tips lists to help your spring cleaning ritual be less chaotic.
Huffington Post suggests we cash in and list many websites where you can sell or donate your old goods. For example, Yardsellr, which resembles a virtual yard sale, and KarmaGoat, which allows you to sell items and choose which charity that receives the proceeds.
Organize and revive the gadgets and tech we depend on most with CNET’s complete spring cleaning guide. From clearing up space on your hard drive to sprucing up your Android or iPhone, they’ve got you covered. Take a stab at the guides that suit you best, and waltz through spring with a revived collection of gadgetry.
If you are really going to do some house cleaning, Zillow has the five cleaning tasks with the most impact. “Don’t expect to blow through everything in a single weekend,” says Melissa Homer, Chief Cleaning Officer of MaidPro. “By the time Sunday night comes around, you won’t be able to even think about another sponge.”
Thinking of Spring as a body renewal, MindBodyGreen, has their own set of wellness tips. It’s a list of Spring awakenings for your body, de-cluttering that will “create spaciousness in your mind and lift your spirits.”
We think a good place to start is in your shower. Replace your old shampoo and conditioner with ones that do not contain any synthetic dyes and is sulfate free. The well-balanced blend of botanicals, vitamins and other natural ingredients in our Conceived by Nature products will be a welcomed change, not only to your hair, but your nose as well. Invigorate Spring!