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Still not motivated? I have to talk myself into cleaning myself. I find it hard to so when the house easily gets messed up again.
I also find that it helps if you get a buddy.
According to the American Psychology Association, in order to make positive lifestyle changes that last, getting a buddy is key.
This doesn’t just apply to cleaning. If you are getting out of debt, or trying to lose weight, a buddy will help you stay motivated and keep you accountable.
Whether you are shooting for the same goal or just have someone to talk to about your goal, this will help you stay on course.
I have a bunch of virtual buddies.
I’ll explain. . .
Cleaning Games: Vacuuming Confetti and Posting My Results
In order to get myself in gear and my house in order, I am taking part in a 30 day cleaning challenge.Today I have to vacuum. This one was super easy especially since I didn’t have to do it. The rule in my house is, if you make a mess, you have to clean it up.
I will say, it’s hard to see the little paper confetti on my daughter’s rug because it’s Berber. I told her it was an oversight but she still has to keep everything off the floor including artwork. That’s one thing I make them do every night.
Here are other challenges I completed.
Day 7 I took a day off.
Day 9 How to Clean Picture Windows on the Cheap
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