A Healthy Way to Approach Cleaning Your Room


The bedroom is supposed to be a relaxing retreat and a place for you to enjoy at the end of the day. While it may seem like all you do in your bedroom is sleep, if you sleep for 8 hours a day that is almost a third of your life you will spend in your room! You can clean it yourself (ugh!) or you can take the route of most Americans these days and hire a professional cleaning crew. My family has been using http://coast2coastcleaning.com for several months now with nothing but positive results to report back! If you’re planning on doing it yourself, these tips might help you start the process.

Clear out your clutter: Chances are there are things in your room you do not really ever use or even actually need. Take a look around and see if you can identify a few things that you are not using or don’t belong in your space. Once you find things you can stand to part with, do it! They are taking up valuable space that could instead be used for things you actually DO want to have!

Change the sheets and make the bed: If your room is a complete mess, sometimes just changing the sheets and making the bed can help motivate you to get started. It is like starting with a clean slate and automatically makes it appear to be cleaner than it actually may be. Try to get in the routine of making the bed each day after you wake up and your room can seem cleaner even if you don’t have time to pick everything up from the floor.

Your room can be a wonderful tranquil retreat for you at the end of the day before you go to bed. If you follow these simple tips you’ll be amazed at how much more you enjoy spending time in your bedroom and how it can help you feel more relaxed as well.