Looking For House Cleaning Services in Toronto?
Well now that Doug Ford is back in the news, how could we not start posting again?
Is he a good or bad thing for the conservative party? Only time will tell. One thing is for certain – Wynn has got to go!
….Anyways lets not get to political here!
Opps Too late.
Toronto Cleaning Services – What To Look For
Now that it is spring time, my wife has me doing chores around the house that I really don’t want to do. So I suggested that we hire a cleaning company to help out with everything.
While searching for a cleaning company in Toronto I came across an interesting article with some tips:
Plan your work, then work you plan. You’ve heard that before and it works for spring-cleaning, too. Nancy Bock, Senior Vice President, Meetings & Education at the American Cleaning Institute says you can tackle your spring-cleaning in even the smallest chunks of time.
Each of the tasks on our list takes just a few minutes, so you can decide how many you can squeeze into your already busy day.
- – Inventory your supplies and add what’s missing to your grocery list
– Make a to-do list for what you want to clean, then divide it up by task or room
- – If you try to clean all the blinds in one day, chances are that you may not be as through on the later ones. Pace yourself and only clean one or two windows (or one room) a day.
– Take down curtains to wash or take to the cleaners or vacuum them and use a fabric refresher to neutralize any odors
- Read more at: https://www.cleaninginstitute.org/clean_living/quick_springcleaning_tips.aspx
Man I hate cleaning those windows and blinds – such a pain! But what really bothers me is just putting things in their place.
Honestly I wish these cleaning services would come with a decluttering package!
Sometimes its time, but most of the time its just motivation. Here is a an interesting article I read recently from Becoming a Minimalist :
The idea of living a simplified, uncluttered life with less stuff sounds attractive to many. They have considered the benefits of owning fewer possessions: less to clean, less debt, less to organize, less stress, more money and energy for their greatest passions. They are ready to declutter but some get quickly tripped up by the very next question… where in the world do I begin?
Many begin to feel overwhelmed, anxious, and defeated around the idea of decluttering their homes. That’s too bad. The decluttering journey doesn’t need to be as painful as some make it out to be. In fact, there are a variety of people who have come up with some pretty fun, creative ways to get started.
Consider this list of 10 creative ways to declutter your home:
1. Give yourself 5 solid minutes. Leo Babauta at Zen Habits recommends 18 different 5-minute decluttering tips. Pick one today that sounds appealing. Or better yet, pick a random number 1-18, read the specific tip, and commit 5 minutes to completing it.
2. Give away one item each day. Colleen Madsen at 365 Less Things gives away one item each day. Over the past several years, she has experienced quite a transformation simply reducing her stuff one day at a time.
There are a few pretty good ones in there, but those are my two favourites!
It’s amazing all the things that goes into keeping your house clean. For me I just did the easy thing and searched for Toronto House Cleaning and went with the one that looked most professional. If your wondering which one I chose, do yourself a favour and see for yourself! 😉
Here are a couple more tips in case your feeling more ambitious than me: