Spring Cleaning is easier said than done but feels so good when it’s finished! One of the easiest ways to get started is to pick a room, turn on the music and simply start! Lets use the kitchen as an example!


Put away dishes on the counter, pile loose items (objects, paper, bills) onto one counter and get rid of everything that doesn’t belong in the kitchen (even if you have to move it to the next room, you’ll eventually conquer that too)!

The next step is to go through the pile on the counter. You can’t get real Spring Cleaning done until piles are out of your life! Once all the counters are cleared it is time for the refrigerator

and freezer. You know you won’t need the 4-month-old condiments or the freezer-burnt fish sticks your kids won’t eat. Just let it go!

Finally, it is time for the deep scrubbing. Wash the counters, sweep and mop the floors, de-grease the stove and scrub the sink. Now take a step back: sparkling, right?

If you enjoyed our “quick-tip” cleaning blog, the New Home Resource Pinterest page has several more clever and fun ways to improve your Spring Cleaning routines.

Happy Spring Cleaning!!