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  1. I love these ideas! I’m going to pin them to my personal boards as well as to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Board so that I can look at this later when I have more time! Thanks for linking up to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party.

  2. Thanks for sharing these tips!! I started working full time about 8 months ago and I’m away from home for a good 60 hours a week. I’ve really had to learn how to be okay with a mess but even more, how to be okay with my husband taking on more of the cleaning responsibilities…and not nagging him for not doing it up to my standards!! 🙂

  3. Great tips! I try to do a little cleaning every day even if it’s just putting stuff that gets piled on the table away. Then I try to pick one day a week to do more of the deeper cleaning like vacuum and clean the bathroom. It doesn’t normally take too long since I live in such a small space but I have the feeling when we finally get a house it will take a bit more work.

    1. That is the one thing I miss so much about our first home, I could deep clean the house so quickly! While I’m grateful and blessed to be living in our current home, sometimes I miss the simplicity I once had! So enjoy your space for now! 🙂

  4. Great tips! I would certainly settle for clean-ish. Right now I’m more tornado-ish… :-/

  5. These are fantastic tips, Victoria. I try to take something with me every time I leave a room to put it in its place. I keep a roll of paper towels underneath the sink in every bathroom. It helps with quick clean-ups. Visiting from SITS Sharefest!

  6. I like your idea of doing 1 deep cleaning task per week. I’d never thought about it that way. I’ll make it a goal this week to do one and see how it goes! I’m one of those people who doesn’t have any family nearby. I’m trying to make room in my budget so I can have someone come help at least 1x/month.

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