9 Things People with Clean Houses Do Daily

9 Things People with Clean Houses Do Daily

I read an article recently that provided a list of nine relatively simple tasks that people with clean and organized houses do on a daily basis. Now I am a semi-neat individual, but there are a few areas that I struggle with so my curiosity enticed me to click the link. Not all tasks will apply to every situation, but it does provide a simple guideline that you can use to do a better job of keeping up with the little things around a home.

The nine daily tasks include:

  1. Make the bed
  2. Empty dishwater in the morning
  3. Do a load of laundry a day
  4. Use baskets to organize
  5. Don’t procrastinate
  6. Put clothes they wore that day away before going to sleep
  7. Clean as they move about the house
  8. Never go to sleep with a dirty kitchen
  9. Plan ahead

Obviously, doing laundry everyday may not fit your lifestyle or needs. Likewise, some people may not use or own a dishwasher. However, the principle of keeping up on the laundry, dishes, etc. can help many families improve the tidiness of their homes.

As for me, I need improvement in two areas: cleaning the kitchen every night (instead of leaving it for the next morning) and getting the clean clothes from folded in the basket(s) or on the guest bed and into their proper drawer or closet.

What areas or tasks do you struggle with?

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