May 8, 2020
It’s the Little Things #82
Happy Friday! It’s time for some little things from this week. I hope you’re well and hanging in there. My hope is that these posts spark a little something with you, give you an idea or solve a problem for you too. It might be a quote, a print, what I’m reading, a favorite podcast, a playlist, a recipe, a helpful tip, a cleaning product, or something I added to our home. Basically if it’s something little that I feel is shareable or if it’s something I’d bring up to a friend over coffee or on the phone, I’m probably going to share it with you here. Here’s a link to all of the posts in this series.
Let’s chat Clean Mama for a minute – you guys. The shop has been so busy — thank you! I am working like crazy to keep everything stocked for you – this coming week should be full of re-stocks. I know you’re waiting for Oxygen Whitener, spray bottles, labels, and towels. Follow along on Instagram @cleanmama – I’ll post updates in my stories of re-stocks. Turn on your notifications so you don’t miss anything. We’re also working to add a function where you can be notified when a product is back in stock. Stay tuned for some brand new products too! Don’t fret, there are still oodles of products available now with items coming in daily!
Heads-up – I am bringing the Jumpstart Your Routine Course BACK this coming Monday and Tuesday for a FLASH SALE. It will be 50% off, there will be bonuses, AND I’m including a new format for the private Facebook group with 4 lives in the next two weeks. The goal? Even though you might feel like you are stuck, unmotivated, overwhelmed, and not sure where to start or what to do, Jumpstart Your Routine is the perfect RESET METHOD to get things back on track. I need it, you need it, let’s do this together!
If you already purchased, you’ll get in on this get something done goodness too! Make sure you’re in the Facebook group!
Let’s talk about easy, good food, shall we? Here are a couple recipes that we made this week that were so good and repeatable.
Sticky Coconut Chicken via Mel’s Kitchen
One Skillet French Onion Tater Tot Casserole via Half Baked Harvest
If you haven’t checked out the Free Printables Page in a bit, there are oodles of free downloads for you to grab. Never wrote down everyone’s birthdays and anniversaries in one place, grab the Important Dates printable. Tackling some house projects? The Home Projects Checklist printable is perfect! Maybe you just need a new to do list? The Prioritizing To Do List might be just what you need.
Grab this and more on the Free Printables page!
Your excitement over the Clean Mama Quarterly Summer Edition is incredible – thank you! Check it out if you’re looking for a simple resource for the summer.
Clean Mama Quarterly : Summer Edition
What have you been enjoying this week? Any little things to share?
Mary Koff Says
any tips on quick cleaning the shower? the house is in great shape but i can’t seem to get the gumption to get into the tiles of the shower. oy!
thanks for all you do.
Clean Mama SaysPost author
Look for a post this coming Monday!
Ooh I like your placemats! Where did you get them?
Cecilia from Georgia Says
Thanks for your upbeat messages and useful tips! Today since it was catch-up day, I vacuumed my floor vents! ????nasty things! Have a glorious weekend!
Ewa Skoczek Says
I have been reading your posts for a few weeks now; yes I do find it helpful, but, I am very surprised that , you never mention cleaning of doors, door knobs, architraves, scrubbing the kitchen cupboards or bathroom cupboards for that matter.
Equally important is the airing of bedding, vacuuming mattresses and allowing fresh air to flow through wardrobes, cupboards which I do on a weekly basis.
Removing fridges, washing machines away from the walls and removing the grime and dust should too be part of the cleaning regime.
I guess this is the European in me; my Mother always taught my sister and I to ensure that what you could see was always clean.
Why do you Americans don’t dry your washing outside?
I understand, that, if you are in an apartment one is compelled to use a dryer, but in the suburbs utilise the sun and fresh air.
All the best Becky, thank you for your posts.
Clean Mama SaysPost author
I do ALL of those tasks on a rotating basis as the Rotating Tasks and the Monthly Focus – you’ll see them the Rotating Tasks in the free calendar and the Monthly Focus in Homekeeping Society and the Homekeeping Planner.
Oh my gosh your recipes all look so tasty!! That sticky chicken is a winner for sure!