Apartment Therapy Re-Nest | Spring Cleaning Tip #10: Make A Cleaning Schedule
It's almost the end of May, and the end of Cleaning Month. So, until next year when we clean again...! No, no, just kidding. We hope you clean your house at least once before May 2010 (preferably even a few more times than that). Now that you've invested time and energy into deep cleaning your house, set a schedule for keeping it clean. Regular maintenance will cut down on the "ugh" factor. After all, one-hour cleaning increments are much easier to deal with than five-hour cleaning marathons.
This is taken straight from Maxwell's Eight-Step Home Cure: Daily Schedule:
Daily, weekly, monthly schedules for clean home
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Sure, the semester is coming to a close, and you are probably in the midst of finals week. You are probably thinking, well, why would I read this article now? Statistically speaking, most students do not do nearly as well as they planned in a semester. Finals, being the last chance at improvement, typically only make things worse. So unless you are a young Feynman, you are probably thinking about what you did wrong, and how you can improve. While the real key to improvement lies in your approach to studying, technology must not be neglected as a means of assistance. The iPhone, your most portable computer, is an unbelievably helpful tool when it comes to educational organization, studying, note taking, staying connected, data reference, and more.
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haha, interesting article. too bad I'm already done with school. maybe I can do this in grad school.