There is no way to feel great about cleaning your home. Unless you tend to be good at organising your home or you find some semblance of relaxation in cleaning, then you will likely need to get motivated to get it done.
Ideal Tips to Help You Clean Better
Play Some Music
The usual motivational factor for workouts also works great when applied to cleaning. You can make a simple 20-minute playlist that gets you ready for cleaning. You’ll find out this will give you enough motivational fuel to last the whole way through your home cleaning and more.
Set Up a Timer
In a similar fashion to the previous example, you need a short-timer of about half an hour or 20 minutes. This will give you enough time to get things done, but you won’t end up procrastinating and you’ll be focused on the task at hand.
Putting Things Back Where They Belong
If you’re walking through a room and you notice something out of place, don’t let it just stand there. Put things where they belong, wash the lone dirty glass sitting on the table and so forth. This will help minimise the messes in your home. Just one small task can help you put off a greater amount of work further down the line. Don’t underestimate how little things add up to bigger problems.
Don’t reward yourself before you’ve accomplished something, however. This way you will be motivated to get things done since you’ll have something worth enjoying at the end of the line. It’s much easier to relax without the guilt of having done nothing looming over you like the sword of Damocles.
Doing Things One at a Time
You don’t need to go on a full cleaning spree. It’s fairly reasonable to split your tasks into multiple days, getting things done bit by bit. If you assign a small chore to each of your weekdays, you can be relaxing in peace when the weekend rolls in.
Calling Friendly Backup
It may be hard to do some things alone, so you can attract some friendly help if you promise something in return. Some pizza would be nice, of course. Before you know it, you’ll have things done and you can enjoy a nice evening socialising in peace. It may even be a great idea to help you clean out your wardrobe or other places to stop hoarding.
Admitting Your Weaknesses
Sometimes we just have bad habits regarding some things, like leaving piles of clothes on the floor. Admitting that to ourselves and trying to address it or mitigate it is a great first step toward improving your cleaning habits. Limiting the messes as much as possible is the way to go.
Trying New Cleaning Products
Sometimes you may be ill-equipped to tackle serious messes, so scout the market and see whether there’s something out there that might be a better fit for your individual needs.
Using a Triggering Action
What does that mean? Well, if you have a favourite activity to get you motivated and in the mood for action, then use it. It might be a cup of strong coffee, a bit of alcohol, or your favourite show or music. It doesn’t matter what it is, the most important thing is the mood boost it gives you. Use it and energise yourself.
Invite Guests Over
Since you may not feel otherwise motivated to get yourself to clean the house, this may be a great way to keep your appointment.
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