I’ll be honest- I LOVE cleaning. But as a working wife and mom with a three year old, cleaning is no longer the luxury it once was. I find that now I’m a reactive cleaner, as opposed to a proactive one. And that’s ok with me. I still don’t like leaving messes until they are piled high, and I’m very task-oriented so that’s why I love the idea of a cleaning schedule. Instead of waiting for something to get so dirty that I’m stressed out, I plan on using this schedule to keep me on track. Now I won’t need to feel like I need to clean the house from top to bottom, because each item has it’s time slot already.

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I love hearing other methods that moms use to keep their sanity at bay when it comes to cleaning. What are some tried and true tactics that you use to keep a clean house? Leave a comment below!



Julie Davis
Julie Davis has an eye for design and a way with words that landed her in the world of social media + blogging. She freelances as a social media specialist, but in her spare time, she likes to take family bike rides, listen to live music, throw parties, and sneak away with her husband for dinner out. She blogs occasionally at On Neutral Ground Follow her on Twitter at @onneutralgrnd .
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Julie Davis
Julie Davis has an eye for design and a way with words that landed her in the world of social media + blogging. She freelances as a social media specialist, but in her spare time, she likes to take family bike rides, listen to live music, throw parties, and sneak away with her husband for dinner out. She blogs occasionally at On Neutral Ground Follow her on Twitter at @onneutralgrnd .
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