In essence this is a book review for: House that cleans itself by Mindy Starns Clark and how I am “CONVERT” into a new system of household management.
As a result of this book, I am approving of duplicates unlike other methods of cleaning. After reading The House that Cleans Itself, I took a “step” to managing my time more efficiently. One of the many outcomes of this thought provoking book is the concept of a cleaning kit. I have chosen two Stack On step stool with an interior compartment and tray. Found these step stools at Menards in the Tool box section. This will provide a new perspective and “4th of July” Ariel view of my sight lines as Ms. Starns Clark suggests.
Then I pack the stool with multisurface wipes, lint rollers and magic erasers for quick access I have placed them in zones for quick access and use.
U-Relish Farm is dedicated to maximizing time and resources with the use of the slow cooker. I found this book to be inspiring the essence is timing out rooms by priority and keeping your expectations managed by the timer. This tomato timer is something that I had and now is even more useful for 15 increments of focused time leading to a more disciplined approach to housekeeping.
The suggestion is to keep a basket, in each area to collect the clutter of life so that it can be put into it’s rightful place. I had my doubts, but after a week in this system I have reclaimed a closet, defined a more functional laundry system and have an upright method to clean the wood flooring. The golden nugget book of this was a rechargeable dust pan which is superior to the cob brown and dust pan cutting cleaning time by half.
I appreciated that this book thoughtfully used a prayer fill approach to an everyday task. My gratitude to the brave men and women who have served and those who are serving. Hoping you find independence as well as a little more time for those that you love.