Spring-cleaning sounds like a great idea! Why wouldn’t you want your apartment looking and feeling great? But, spring-cleaning is quite the task to take on. For a better mind and better chances at success, try these hacks while taking on your Sylvan spring-cleaning job.
Let Things Go
Your clutter has accumulated. Your closets are packed full of random items that don’t belong and your coffee table is stacked with magazines. It looks overwhelming. Until you really take a moment to stop and look at everything, you may not have even noticed just how much clutter fills the spaces of your home. That’s why this Sylvan spring-cleaning hack is essential – just let things go. Easier said than done, right? You aren’t expected to get rid of every single unnecessary thing in one day. You need to purge though, and the best way to do it is to start with the easy decisions first. Throw out the trash. Get rid of anything that’s broken that you’ve been planning on – but have never gotten around to – fixing. Part with things that you drug from your old home that serve no purpose at your place at The Sylvan. For your spring-cleaning mission to be successful, you must learn to let go.
Make a Checklist
Once the clutter is gone, it’s time to buckle down. There’s a lot to do, and so little time and energy to do it. So, before you begin deep cleaning, scrubbing, organizing and everything in-between, sit down a make a checklist. A goal list. This will keep you on track and will force you to consider your priorities. Otherwise, you’re guaranteed to get burnt out, and your Sylvan spring-cleaning operation will be a bust. If you’re looking for some inspiration or don’t know where to start, check out these printable spring-cleaning checklists! Find one that works for you or create your own. This step is crucial for spring-cleaning success.
Do Sweat the Small Stuff
You’ve probably heard the saying “don’t sweat the small stuff.” While you’re purging your apartment of clutter, go ahead and throw out that saying too. When it comes to Sylvan spring-cleaning, sweating the small stuff can really make a big difference. Organize your pens and pencils in glass or plastic containers instead of letting them sprawl out across the desk. Tidy up your pantry – put similar food items together so you can easily find them. Match all your reusable containers with their lids. Put your hair tools and shaving cream under the sink. Use boxes as drawer organizers and separators to keep things separate. None of these tasks require a great amount of work, but they’ll make a big difference. You’ll be surprised by how much the small stuff matters, and the affect these things can have on your space.
When you take on The Sylvan spring-cleaning chore, everything matters. These hacks will help you make the most of your work. Freshen up your apartment this spring for a better mind and a better home. Are you up for the task?