Here's where I share some homewares items, my seasonal clean ups and my filofaxes and planners.
Check out my Homewares page. I will be posting some great Homeware items which are great for Christmas, and alternative ideas for decorating and what to use for cooking this year.
Homewares are great and there is nothing better than a fresh space with new decor with minimal effort and you'll be surprised what you can use in your home that you already have to help spice up a room in your home.
Filofax and Planners
If you like Planners then please make sure you check in with my Filofax and Planner page where I will sharing more blogs about my current planners I have used for 2019, my planners I am going to use for 2020 and some videos about planners coming soon!
Seasonal Clean ups
Time for Christmas
More blogs to come posting more about the Autumn Clean up I did this year and soon I will starting and posting about my Winter Clean up! See page below: Seasonal Clean up page.
Check out my Free Printables, I will be adding more pages free on parenting, cleaning up your home, Christmas planning sheets and much much more!
Christmas Cleaning Essentials
Keep Napkins on the table as with kids especially there is often a lot of mess
Recyclable bags and bins to get ready for when that Christmas wrapping paper is all over the floor
Dust pan and brush, vacuum cleaner and spray mop as floors can get really dirty with mud and rain from outside
Sanitize the kitchen and bathroom as Nora virus is around so be aware
Recommend Micro Fibre cloths
Magic eraser sponge great for cleaning pen marks, etc on walls, cupboards and seat covers
Changes sponges and cloths regularly.
Clean door handles and railings as these areas get touched a lot
Have an area for cleaning the toilet and an area for cleaning rooms upstairs and downstairs and kitchen
Lining baskets don't have to be on display but in a cupboard too regularly emptied for washing
Get your kids to do some chores
Keep wires and cords away and if possible attach to the bottom or top of walls.
Rules for Christmas shopping
Budget from January to December
Remember every penny counts so have a pot for your change such as coins
Create a spreadsheet or notebook
Take advantage of sales leading up to Christmas and after.