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  1. The never ending job of cleaning. Thank you for your helps here. I spend a little time each day cleaning. I have two German Shepherds in the house with a bunch of hair. Everyday is essential to sweep. I think the key is to not let things build up because then it can become overwhelming to us. I like how you said if we are looking for perfection we won’t find it…Yes! So true! Have a beautiful weekend! Tammy

  2. Thank you Tammy for visiting and taking the time to comment:) I have a Labrador and if I don’t keep on top of the hair it is a nightmare!

  3. I clean at the same time every day, and just start with whatever bugs me the most! Usually that’s the kitchen–bc I need a clean kitchen to cook and eat, then the living room and whatever else I get to from there.

  4. Popping over from Motivation Monday =) I think if I could just do on big super cleaning keeping tidy would be easier. The only thing I regularly do is change the sheets each week. Be sure to share your crafts, recipes & DIYs at Two Uses Tuesday (Mon 11pm EST to Fri 11pm EST, linkup 17 goes until 2/28!) over at Sarah Celebrates if you don’t already!

  5. Thanks for these ideas! I find it is really easy to get cleaning get overwhelming but having a few tasks to do daily can really help keep the mess at bay. Thanks for these ideas!!

    Thanks so much for sharing these tips over at the Ladies Collective Linkup! Hope to see you again this Wednesday!

    Stephanie @

  6. Hmm. It looks like I could vacuum a little bit more. But, I do have a cleaning schedule. I never (well, hardly ever) leave my sink with dishes in it after a meal. I try to clean off counters and tables after each meal, and I do at least one load of laundry a day. The small things add up! Thank you for linking at Snickerdoodle. Great article!

  7. Hi Elizabeth sounds like you are doing an awesome job!

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