Clutter has profound psychological effects on our brains and emotions. We can feel the clutter around us and measure it by our stress levels. An untidy room can be difficult to fall asleep in. A cluttered playroom makes learning harder than it needs to be.
Laundry is tough and it never seems to end! When you care for a family, as soon as you’re caught up, a new load is dropped off. There’s no avoiding this task, but we can make it easier on ourselves. Here are some ways you can make laundry easier.
If you’ve ever washed a sports uniform, you know that they present more challenges than typical clothes. Not only do they have a general odor to them, but they’re inclined to pick up stains from rough play and time spent outdoors.
No matter the size of your home, you probably wish you had just a little more space. Families tend to outgrow the spaces they live after a few years. A tidy home without clutter is not only easy to keep clean, but it reduces your stress levels and makes everyone feel less tense.
There is nothing worse than a funky smelling house. Try thinking back to college. Remember how cleaning was not even on your to-do list? Although your roommates and friend’s probably didn’t care if your apartment was a little smelly then, I’m guessing they do now.
Eco-conscious parents all over are using cloth diapers because of their myriad of benefits, including their reduced waste. Many parents aren’t ready to make the switch because they have a lot of questions about cloth diapering, so I’ve done the research for you.
Kids do not like doing chores for the same reason you and I don’t like doing them. Chores are boring, tiring, and sometimes frustrating. Children need to take part in the regular tasks of running a household, but it is often difficult to get them moving.