If you are hosting any part of the upcoming Christmas holiday you’re probably stressing out about how you’ll get your home ready for holiday guests.
We all want our homes to look spectacular for the holidays. Maybe you want to pull off a Martha Stewart experience or you’ve got a family that has never seen your home and your trying to put forth the best impression you can.
Or maybe you’ve got friends and family who haven’t yet visited your home and you want to dazzle and impress them with your new digs.
Or maybe you are like me and you just appreciate a well-kept home that highlights your wonderful and unique Christmas decorations.
No matter what your reason, Christmas will be here before you know it and these posts will help walk you through what you need to do now to get your home ready for the decorations and company.
Buckle up and get ready to get your home ready for holiday guests. We’ve got everything you need here to make it happen so that when the first guest arrives you’re ready to open your home and welcome friends and family from far and wide.
8 MUST READ POSTS TO GET YOUR HOME READY FOR HOLIDAY GUESTS
Before you dig into the content a couple of things to remember:
ENLIST THE FAMILY TO HELP
It’s their home too and nobody wants to be humiliated or leave guests thinking, “Boy this house needs a good cleaning.”
Why be embarrassed?
Have the kids clean their rooms and get the hubs to pick up his clutter.
Once they take care of their specific areas and messes, make it clear you’re all in this together and that you need help. There is NO reason you should handle it alone.
For more suggestions on how to make this happen read: Get Your Family On Board With Cleaning.
LEAVE YOURSELF ENOUGH TIME
Depending on the condition of your home you might be able to get it up to par in a weekend or it may take longer. Time is running out, so go grab your calendar and figure out how much time you really need to get the house in order.
Remember to do all the major cleaning BEFORE the decorations go up.
If you run out of time, use the shortcuts provided in What To Clean Before Guests Arrive. This gives you a different approach to tackling the holiday cleaning.
USE THE TOOLS WE’VE DESIGNED WITH YOU IN MIND
I have created a series of Christmas Cleaning checklists and worksheets and you can find them inside my Holiday Planner! Here’s what you get!
Are you ready to get your home ready for the holidays? If so then you’re going to LOVE our Christmas Cleaning printables!
They have everything you need to start and keep your home clean and tidy for the holiday season. Follow our step by step solution for stress-free cleaning.
This sanity-saving resource is the perfect solution you need to get your home company ready.
- The Seven Day Christmas Cleaning Checklist – Just follow the steps each day and by the time Christmas Eve arrives your home will be in perfect order ready for all your holiday guests.
- Christmas Quick Clean Up Checklist – This checklist is a rundown of all the last minute things you’ll need to do just before guests start arriving. We don’t miss a detail so you can rest assured everything will be in perfect order.
- December Calendar – We include a fill in the blank December Calendar so you can fill it in with any special cleaning items you don’t want to forget!
We know our Christmas Cleaning resource is just what you need to get your home ready this holiday season!
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Ok, are you ready to dig in?
Let’s get started!
These 8 posts give you everything you need to know to get your home ready for holiday guests. All you have to do is add your family and the motivation to make it happen.
Don’t forget when you’re all done, the house will be ready to be adorned with all your holiday decorations. And when the first guest arrives you and your family will breathe a sigh of relief because your home will be company ready!
Get cleaning and let me know how you’re doing in the comments section.
Happy Holiday Cleaning!