To Spring Clean or Not to Spring Clean, This Is the Question?

What are some things that you do inside and outside of your home to prepare for Spring?

Do you Spring clean your home to get rid of unused items?

Do you replace your flowers, plant new vegetables in your garden, or remove unused items in your garage?

When my family first moved into our home, the goal was to get everything inside. Organizing the coat closet or hallway closet, that was the last thing that I wanted to you.

We have officially lived in our home for one year.

Today, I had an opportunity to begin my Spring cleaning by organizing both the upstairs and downstairs hallway closest.

I was unaware of how much stuff that we had until my youngest son and I begin cleaning out four shelves full of items.

While cleaning out the upstairs closest, I found several

items that I knew. We were not going to use anymore. Therefore, I placed these items inside of a box to donate.

While I was upstairs cleaning, my oldest son was clearing out the downstairs closest.

Once my youngest son and I were finish organizing the closet upstairs, I went downstairs to assist my oldest son. He had only two shelves remaining to clear off.

The downstair closest is a multipurpose closet. In other words, it is used for everything from outdoor games to our homebased business supplies for DeveghomemamaUCD. I am surely glad it is complete.

Why did I decide to Spring clean early?

To be honest, it was not my decision. I could have waited a few more weeks, but my husband made the decision for us to begin organizing and decluttering our home this weekend.

Why did I want assistance from my kids?

The saying two hands or better than one is so true. In my case, I had four additional hands assisting me in removing the items from the closet.

To ensure that everything was organized neatly, I decided to organize the shelves myself.

However, my sons were instructed on what to place in each bin. This helped me because I could continue to organize while my sons hand me the bins once they were finish.

Did Spring cleaning include a lesson?

Yes, it did. My children learned the importance of organizing your items to be able to locate your items when needed.

Have you begun your Spring cleaning?

Will you Spring clean this year?

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My name is Denise. I am a wife and mother. I have homeschooled for a total of nine years. I enjoy homeschooling and sharing my advice with others. I have been married for a total of 15 years to my best friend, handsome, and supportive husband Tim. Besides being a wife, I am the mother to two smart, fun, loving, and handsome boys Tyron and Tyson. I am the mother to two fur babies my Cane Corso (Italian Mastiff) Ebony and Shaka Zulu. Along with being a wife and mother, I am a blogger and entrepreneur. My blog website is www.deveghomemama.com , and it is all about homeschooling, being plant based, and everyday life of a homeschool family. In addition, I have an online business called Deveghomemama Unlimited Custom Designs where I sell custom and handcrafted merchandise. If you would like to view my merchandise, here is the link https://www.deveghomemama.com/unlimited-custom-designs. If you would like to follow me on my social media outlet, they are Facebook and Instagram: Deveghomemama Facebook Business: Deveghomemama Unlimited Custom Designs. Recently, I opened an Etsy Store titled DeveghomemamaUCD where I sell handcrafted jewelry, natural bath and body gift baskets, wax melts, and apparel. Here is the direct link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/DeveghomemamaUCD

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