I have been thinking lately of how I contribute to my own stress and anxiety. I think with an A.D.D. diagnosis stress and anxiety come along with it kind of like a free sample when you buy a new product
(and what you can do about it) It’s SO discouraging to spend time straightening up the house only to have it destroyed within minutes by your family! Has that ever happened to you? It happens to me all the time
[pinterest] Let me say right off the bat that I’m not talking about kitchen counters that have NOTHING on them. That isn’t practical for most of us. However, there are several benefits to keeping the stuff on your kitchen counters
Unless you’re one of those born organized people who can keep their house clean no matter what, house cleaning is challenging. There are so many circumstances that can make it especially difficult. However, identifying those circumstances doesn’t give us an
1. Have you ever noticed that some people have paper scattered all through their house? The may not really have that much paper – it’s just that it’s spread out. The single most important thing I do to tame paper
If you get something out, put it away when you’re done. Don’t wait until later. Don’t put it down, put it away. Have a place for everything and put everything in its place. Make it easy to put things away.
“You cause at least three-quarters of your own housework,” says Don Aslett, author of How Do I Clean The Moosehead. He goes on to say: “Houses don’t create housework – it’s us, our families, our guests. And our bad habits.”
Want to keep your house looking decent most of the time? Here are a few easy tasks that will make it look clean even if it isn’t as clean as you think it should be. Main Bathroom. Touch-up the main