Spring is near (no matter what the groundhog says) and, for me, that means big spring energy. I’m ready to open all the windows, fill every vase with flowers, and get my home in order so I can invite friends and family to celebrate after a long and way-too-familiar winter. This time of year, when days are getting longer and warmer, I’m much more likely to make a fresh start than in January, when all I want to do is hang out in my pajamas. I’m honestly pretty pumped to roll up my sleeves and really get into some deep cleaning.
But I know not everyone feels this way. My partner literally groaned when I told him I was writing this year’s Spring Cleaning Cure. Who could get excited about 10 straight days of cleaning? he wanted to know (besides me, of course). And it was with this question in mind that I put together this year’s lineup of tasks. I wanted them to feel like true spring cleaning chores, i.e. the kind of thing you don’t do very often, but I also wanted them to feel doable and, dare I say, fun?
Whether you have 10 minutes to spare in the evening or an entire weekend morning, the Spring Cleaning Cure will help you take the big goal of deep cleaning your entire home and break it down into bite-sized tasks. Before you know it, you’ll have made a huge difference in how your home looks and feels. And, in addition to the overall satisfaction that comes from having a home with absolutely zero dust bunnies hiding under the bed, each individual assignment has its own mini-reward. Like, I said: Fun!
The Spring Cleaning Cure is a free 10-day guided cleaning plan designed to help you tackle many of the tasks on everyone’s spring cleaning to-do lists. But we’ll handle them one day and one assignment at a time, so you don’t get overwhelmed.
All you have to do is sign up with your email in the box below, or on this signup page. Then we’ll send those daily assignments straight to your inbox every morning, so you can plan out how you’ll get that day’s task done.
Together, we’ll check 10 different tasks off our spring cleaning checklists. Some chores are designed to give you near-instant gratification — like cleaning your favorite window so you can actually appreciate the view — while others require a bit more elbow grease. And at the end, you’ll have an impeccably-clean home that’s easier for you to enjoy and ready for others to enjoy, too.