4 New Year’s Cleaning Resolutions

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Have you set your goals for your home this 2022? Let’s help you out with these New Year’s cleaning resolutions!

We have been making New Year’s resolutions ever since when we were kids, and now that we’re grown-ups, our New Year’s resolutions have been somehow the same every year when January rolls around, like eat healthily, work out more, focus on your goals, and spend more time with family and friends. While all of those resolutions are great, have you ever set resolutions for your home? To make it more beautiful, clean, and organized.

If you forgot to create a list of things you want to improve in your home, here are some cleaning resolutions to help you get started!

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Create & Follow the Cleaning Schedule

To keep your home spic & span this new year, we suggest creating a cleaning schedule you can follow. Consider your work schedule and personal schedule when creating the cleaning checklist for your home. Break it down room by room to make it easier!

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Declutter & Downsize

We love decluttering every new year and filling up bags to donate! Ask your family members to help you out and sort every room of things you can donate or things you want to sell. Declutter the bathroom and throw away expired makeup, skincare products, and medicine.

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Do Your Daily Chores

One of the cleaning resolutions to keep your space tidy and organized is to do your daily chores, especially these four cleaning chores: cleaning the dishes, doing the laundry, tidying up the house, and filing mails.

RELATED: 4 Cleaning Chores You Should Be Doing Every Week


Go Green

This 2022, look for more natural ways to clean your home and to reduce your carbon footprints, such as making your own cleaning solution by using baking soda, castile soap, vinegar, and tea tree oil.

RELATED: Green Cleaning Products Guide

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