My Summer Project is to get my house organized, uncluttered, super easy to keep up and simply stylish.
I hope to convince you to join me.
Making your house stylish is more than hanging doodads on the wall
It’s also about keeping it looking nice…and that doesn’t cost you a dime.
Just a little time.
Keeping it lookin’ nice means
Cleaning it. Sorry, can’t mince words here. You just gotta do it or hire someone to do it for you.
I’m not talking, immaculate, or anything. Just neat. Tidy. Picked up.
Because let’s face it that gorgeous wall art won’t stand out if the house is a mess.
I don’t LOVE to clean, but I do like the house to like nice.
And I can’t afford a housekeeper…yet 🙂
I hate my house looking messy, it makes me cranky, So I suck it up and clean it.
The more you let it go, the harder it is to keep up.
I know you want to walk into a space that lets you breathe and makes you feel happy.
Why wouldn’t you?
So, before you go out and buy that gorgeous wall art.
I’m gonna help you get your place cleaned up.
So where to start?
Today let’s start with just getting rid of stuff.
I know it’s not easy to do, but too much stuff makes it life more difficult.
Less stuff hanging around means less cleaning.
Since I don’t LOVE to clean, that’s pretty good motivation to get rid of stuff!
Here are a few easy things to start with.
- Stuff that’s broke.
- Books you’ve read that you’ll probably never read again.
- Clothes that don’t fit, are out of style, or that you don’t like.
- Dishes and Glasses you don’t need.
This is my summer project too.
Books, papers, clothes, old dishes…stuff we no longer need, like that high chair my grandkids have outgrown!
It’s up to you to decide which you dislike more, cleaning or a messy house.
Adele Mogavero, Your Personal Home Stylist.
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