I’m so glad you’re here! If you’re new here or if you’ve been around for awhile, I want you to know that it’s normal to feel overwhelmed with everyday life. I’m here to help you find a little grace in the dailies.
Chances are you clicked on this page because you need some help getting started or you’re feeling overwhelmed and just plain don’t know where to start. I’m going to keep this page as simple and straightforward as I can while pointing you in a couple of places with more information if you need it.
What if I told you that you could spend just minutes a day on cleaning and homekeeping and you’d have a clean home all week long? Those mundane tasks like laundry and loading the dishwasher will become part of your daily routine and you’ll become one of those people that welcomes guests.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed and don’t know where to start, forget everything you thought you knew about keeping a clean house. I’m here to show you a NEW way of doing those mundane tasks around the home.
Today! Your house doesn’t have to be clean from top to bottom to start a cleaning routine. If you’re reading this on a Tuesday and you want to start today, pick up your duster and start with dusting your home for 10-15 minutes. You’ll feel so good that you might want to do one of the daily cleaning tasks. Making your bed is a great place to start!
Nothing. Just a little time and effort. The Clean Mama Cleaning Routine puts cleaning on auto pilot so you don’t need to decide what to do and when to do it. You won’t get stuck in the details, just start with what you have and where you are and you’ll see progress within the first week. Keep going and within a month your home will look and feel completely different.
Thousands of people all over the world complete the Clean Mama Routine every week – it’s so simple but it works in just about every situation because it has grace (and a day to catch up) built right into the routine. If you’re easily overwhelmed, just start with one daily cleaning task and build up from there – you’ll quickly get to the weekly tasks. If you’re thinking that this must take hours, it doesn’t – it’s meant to take minutes (not hours) a day. Really!
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