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Blog post title: How To Clean Your Home In 5 Minutes
Description: Home cleaning tips for a busy lifestyle.
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– Vacuum floors with a vacuum cleaner.
– Empty the trash can to eliminate any odor or bacteria that might be in it from food particles, cleaning products, and other items thrown away there. Clean out your garbage disposal by running lemon rinds soaked in water through the disposal for around five minutes. This will make sure all of the smells are eliminated before you use it again.
– Mop up spills throughout your house using a mixture of white vinegar and warm water as an effective disinfectant on hard surfaces such as linoleum or tile flooring. Make this even more potent by adding ½ teaspoon of tea tree oil into the mix (this is also antibacterial). Run some hot water, place a towel on the floor so that you don’t have to replace your hardwood or other favorite surface.
– Clean any and all of your kitchen surfaces with soap and water before starting cooking anything else in order to avoid potential cross contamination from one food item to another. Wash utensils as well using hot water for five minutes followed by cold water for an equal length of time then air dry them completely before putting them back into use.
– Empty out cat litter boxes daily (or more often if necessary). Add enough baking soda (to help eliminate odors) as needed when switching between two sets of cats who are sharing a box or when they aren’t very good about covering their business up properly themselves. Give it a good scrub down with soap and water, a quick rinse and then air dry completely before putting it back into use.
– Dust all surfaces inside your home at least once per week using an eco-friendly dusting spray that doesn’t contain any harmful chemicals or aerosols as you go about your regular cleaning routine each day – for instance Swiffer Sweeper Wet Mopping Cloths which are great for picking up dirt from hardwood floors without lifting the finish off like traditional mops do. You can also make your own by mixing half ammonia and half lukewarm water in a clean bucket, filling it to the top with cold water (to help keep things smelling nice) then soaking paper towels until they’re wet but not dripping, wringing them out and tossing one in at a time then changing the water every few minutes.
– Air dry 100% cotton bedding, including pillowcases, sheets and towels after washing to avoid setting up any mold from trapped moisture that can lead to breathing problems or allergies for some people. Don’t leave wet items on furniture or near floor vents (or outside!) as this will only let more dust circulate through your home which is bad news all around! Cotton breathes better than synthetics such as polyester so it should be preferred when possible – if you have allergy issues, opt for hypoallergenic bedding made of materials like bamboo imported directly from sustainable sources instead of synthetic fibers like acrylics.
– Vacuum and dust furniture, flooring, draperies and upholstery.
– Remove clutter or use plastic storage bins to corral the mess into one area so that you can focus on other areas before it piles up again.
The air is becoming crisp outside as summer starts to fade away with each passing day. It’s time for you to start thinking about your fall preparations! The checklist below will help get a head start on getting ready for winter months:
– Change furnace filters regularly – this should be done every three months but if there are pets in the home then we recommend having them changed more frequently due to fur mixing in with the filter which can cause breathing difficulties when inhaled; also inspect vent pipes and ensure out, and then using them to wipe down surfaces.
– Keep food in sealed containers or wraps away from the areas where you spend most of your time so that when it does get into contact with bacteria it won’t be as a result of direct human handling rather than exposure through cross contamination. This means keeping fruits at eye level on your kitchen countertop out of reach for kids who might want to take one before school while they’re still warm from sitting next to the stove (rather than storing on high shelves) and putting cheese back into its original packaging after each meal if possible instead of leaving it open on the table or feeling guilty about not finishing everything because there’s no way to wrap leftovers without risking an infestation – keep things clean and organized, wash your hands often
Endless Night is a journey through the reasons why can’t this night go on forever. Humans are creatures of habit and patterns; we crave routine because it makes our lives easier to predict. But there’s something so magical about turning off all outside distractions at night-time that lets us see everything in its purest form – deep down from within ourselves. When you’re alone with yourself (not counting loved ones who are physically there but not always mentally present) what do you think? What causes worry, or fear?
This post will explore how blocking out external stimuli helps us get in touch with our true selves, which is beautiful no matter what time of day it may be.”As darkness falls and the day draws to a close, we take time out from our busy lives and turn inward. We reflect on what has been accomplished today, and what is left undone.”
The quote above is just one of many reasons why it’s so important for us not only to block off distractions at night but also to find time each evening before bedtime for some deep reflection. Letting go of all outside thoughts allows you to tap into your inner self-worth, joy or sadness – whatever it may be that haunts you in those late hours when there are few other things around you except your own mind. It won’t always make these bad feelings disappear entirely or even lessen them much if they’re strong enough; but this form of “quiet time” will help you to understand that they’re not the be-all and end-all of your existence.
Every night, when bedtime nears, we should take time out from our busy lives to reflect on what has been accomplished today – and what is left undone. Isn’t it great how this gives us a chance for some deep reflection? It’s such an important thing to do; in fact, one of my favorite quotes about reflection comes from Viktor E. Frankl: “The day draws to a close as I return home after long hours at work.” At times like these, it can really feel worthwhile having taken some time away from distractions earlier in the evening so we could let go and tap into our inner selves.
It’s not always easy to find the time for this kind of deep reflection, though. There are so many distractions – one way or another – that can pull us away from our inner selves. This is why we should consciously make these moments happen! Letting go into silence every once in a while will help you to remember what really matters and bring more tranquility into your life. Isn’t it nice when things feel peaceful? Some people turn on soothing music before bedtime or take some quiet moments alone; others might even light candles around their bedroom as they say a prayer or meditation aloud; still others like creating an altar with pictures, flowers, stones, amulets and other items which have special meaning for them (there are many online sites where you can find ideas and suggestions).
Perhaps the most important thing is to make sure that before we go to sleep, all our worldly tasks are at least done. The more ‘things’ we have on our minds when it’s time for rest, the more difficult it will be to sleep soundly (or fall asleep in the first place!). It doesn’t matter whether those things are big or small – they still add up. A clear mind is an essential ingredient of sleeping well! Remember: take care with your thoughts today and every day. What kind of world do you want? One filled with fear-mongering headlines which leave us feeling powerless..or one full of peace, prosperity and good health? This is your chance to create a more positive and loving world. The second thing that we can do is try to settle the mind before sleep, which usually means slowing down and meditating on something calming like visualizing a peaceful place in nature or doing some deep breathing exercises. Meditation helps us release tension from our body’s tight muscles and eliminate any unpleasant thoughts from our minds (allowing them space for more pleasant ones!). This way when it gets time for bed, our bodies will be relaxed enough to enter into restful slumber..and hopefully stay there! And finally, if all else fails ..try changing up your routine! Changing things may not seem necessary when the problem seems so small..but sometimes it takes just one