Oh boy, I know so many people who don’t want to believe that statement. They don’t want to see the correlation between a clean home and their personal health. But researchers have studied this very issue, and the data supports the connection between the two. A clean house IS a healthier home.
I understand most of us would rather be doing anything than cleaning our homes. But the fact of the matter is someone has to do it unless you want to live amongst the ruins of your home. Hiring a housecleaner if you can afford to budget it into your monthly spending plan is an excellent alternative for those who can swing it. If you can’t afford to hire out, you’ll have to come up with some solution to get your house clean.
This month, we’re going to be focusing on cleaning. We’re going to cover every aspect of cleaning that we possibly can. It’s my hope that by the end of the month, you’ll have all the resources you’ll need to get your family on board and get your house clean.
Here are a few articles you might have missed this week and some other great resources I found around the web.
Happy Weekend Reading!
No More Excuses: How To Get Your Family On Board and Cleaning This article discusses all the ways you can try to get your family on board and to help around the house. The how-to plan will take effort, but it will work.
These 9 Surprising Benefits of A Clean Home from Creative Savings will encourage you and motivate you to clean your home! When you see all the ways in which you benefit from a clean home, you’ll jump out of your chair, grab a mop and clean away. Well, one can hope.
The folks over at 2 Local Girls developed this visual The Benefits of a Clean & Healthy Home. Check out all the ways they identify in their handy visual.
The Huffington Post has a great article that speaks directly to the health benefits in Regular Cleaning Is Good For Your Heart and Soul.