March 06, 2023 at 12:26pm | Brianna Hill
Spring cleaning can feel overwhelming, but don't worry, we've got a plan to make it more manageable. We're going to tackle each room in groups of three - after all, three's a charm!

Let's start in the living room. 

First, dust those ceiling fans and light fixtures. Next, give your curtains a good vacuum or dry clean and clean your window blinds. Finally, wipe down those baseboards and clear out any dust bunnies or cobwebs lurking in the corners.

Moving on to the bedrooms, it's time to tackle your drawers and closets. Clear out anything you no longer need and donate any gently used items. Then, wash your comforters, shams, and blankets. Lastly, rotate and/or flip your mattress for a fresh start.

In the kitchen, we're going to empty out the fridge and give all the shelves a good wipe down (or stick them in the dishwasher if they'll fit). Next, defrost the freezer and toss any freezer-burned food. Finally, wipe down your microwave, stovetop, coffeemaker, and any other small appliances.

Last but not least, it's time to freshen up the bathrooms. Start by tossing out any expired makeup, toiletries, or OTC medicines. Then, wash your shower curtain and floor mats. Finally, clean the grout (or regrout if needed) for a sparkling finish.

I know cleaning isn't always the most fun, but trust me, you'll feel amazing once it's all done! And remember, taking it one room at a time in manageable groups of threes will make it feel much more doable.
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