The number of household items which you can reuse in your home is literally limitless. You may think of some household items which, after using once or twice, you think that it’s time for them to be thrown away. But this isn’t usually the case. Many people don’t realize that almost all of the household items and products that they use on a daily basis can actually be reused elsewhere.
The summer season is finally here and as a mom, you are hot on your heels feeling free as a bird and thinking; what should I clean first? How do I make my home, cleaner than it already is? And what household item needs maintenance or servicing? You are just looking for something in your home that needs attention, servicing, maintenance or just anything, right?
When you look at how most of us live in our homes, you will always find that a lot of people are always looking to be as diligent as possible, especially when it comes to washing and cleaning certain household items like kitchen counters, dishes, bathtubs, towels, clothing, and utensils. And that is always a good thing, a practice which you should keep on doing as most of these items as most of them can easily attract germs and perhaps even become infectious to food and make both you and your family sick.
Planning for something ahead of time has always been most people’s weakness. But for the few that do, you always find that their lives are ever smooth, no last-minute rushes, or the thought of having to make last minute unplanned budgets.
Last week we started the “Minimalist’s Guide to Birthdays” series. I explained why I’m doing the series and discussed birthday party mom-guilt. Another reason we have minimalist parties in our home that I forgot to mention is that it cuts down on overstimulation for Dr. J.
Today we’re talking easy decorations and snacks. Let’s get started!