A dining room is for dinner and a living room is for chatting, TV, or reading—but is that all you do there? Take a minute to think about the activities each room attracts. Does your living room turn into a playroom or crafting nook? Your dining room may be all sorts of things: an office, a homework center, a game room, a crafting space.

Everywhere you turn right now, someone is sniffling or complaining of a cold. How can you prevent germs, especially in your own house? There are some specific steps you can take from your personal care to your house cleaning.

Do you have a vision for your home? Maybe it’s not where you want it to be right now—it’s dirty, disorganized, cluttered, or just not decorated the way you have always pictured. It can be easy to feel discouraged when the house cleaning is overwhelming or the resources to make your home what you want just aren’t available.

Looking for a new way to organize or a whole new design for your home for the new year? It can be dizzying as you look at all the options available—one room alone can quickly leave you swimming in too many colors, fabrics, and furniture.

As this year draws to a close and things start to get back to normal after the rush of December, now is a great time to get in on one gift that will change your house cleaning habits for good: the gift of routine for you and your family.

The holiday season tends to get many of us in the mood to give and give back to other people, and it’s a great way to spend the season! There are a bunch of things you can do to get started giving back this year, but if you are stuck for ideas, here’s a few to get you started:

Candles are a big part of many holiday traditions and a popular decoration this time of year. Flickering candlelight casts a beautiful glow over a home decorated for the holidays, but pose a hazard, as well.

According to the Consumer Safety Product Commission (CSPC), candle-related fires caused $347 million dollars in property damage between 2008 and 2010.

One of the primary tips for candle safety is to keep candles away from things that will catch fire. This means clutter must be at a minimum if you want to burn candles. Taking the time to eliminate clutter while you’re housekeeping can make your home safer for holiday lights. Read on for more safety tips.

House cleaning can be a huge undertaking, especially if your schedule is already tight. In order to stay motivated to keep your house clean, it’s important that you appreciate your clean house and whatever you’ve done to keep it that way!

The weeks leading into the holidays are full of parties, events, guests, and meals, and this can leave your pots and pans looking a bit rough. Adding some extra care into your dishes as you do your normal housekeeping tasks can make a big difference into extending the life of your pots and pans.

The furniture you sit in everyday at home experiences a lot of use, both by family and friends every day. These items can include sofas, love seats, recliners, cushioned chairs, etc. They wear down as time goes by and start to look bad or unsightly. Stains and sagging are most common, but loose and broken don’t fall too far behind. What can you do to keep these items looking great and lasting longer? There are many things you can do to make the house cleaning worthwhile. Unsightly stains or messed up furniture in general take away from that effort.

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