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March 03, 2012
Welcome to the March issue of the Organized Mom-Zine bringing you tips and support to help you get your family organized. I know you're super busy, so I'll keep it short and sweet with step-by-step instructions for two huge cleaning jobs, plus some tips for traveling with kids.
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Spring is in the air! You know what that means...it's time to do some Spring Cleaning!
During this time of year there is a natural feeling of renewal and regeneration. In the old days of coal fueled heat, Spring cleaning meant scrubbing the soot off of every interior surface.
While most of us thankfully don't use coal anymore, there is still a natural tendency to CLEAN during the Spring. It's not quite time yet, but I want you to feel ready when the time comes in a few weeks.
Let's discuss two of the big Spring Cleaning chores--can you guess what they are? They are two jobs that most people ignore completely--but not you! Let me show you how easy it can be. And it is so satisfying!
Do you know how to wash the walls in your home?
I didn't either, until relatively recently. Whether you are prepping your walls for a Spring painting renovation project or just cleaning sweet little hand prints and grime, cleaning the walls in your home is easier and faster than you think.
If your precious little ones leave mementos of their location all over your walls, this article is for you. Your walls can look brand new in five easy steps--you won't believe the difference it makes!
Okay--the next big job that most people either hire out or ignore completely is also surprisingly easy.
Cleaning the windows in your home is easier than you think!
There is no need for harsh chemicals or cleansers of any kind for most routine window cleaning. Do you know the most effective agent to clean glass? You might be surprised.
Taking the time to clean your windows brightens your home and lets the Spring light in. You deserve it, so do your kids, so get started!
I'll have more cleaning tips for you next month. Before I let you go, let me ask you: are you traveling with your kids for Spring Break?
Don't leave on your family trip without reading these ten tips for traveling with kids. Whether you're traveling for 30 minutes or 30 hours, you can keep your sanity and actually have fun with your family! Make your family trip memorable--in a good way.
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