Hello and welcome to Real Clean HOME
I am so glad you are here and joining me on this important subject matter — housekeeping. Yep, cleaning house is important these days. Why? Because many of us have either been raised by moms who worked and didn’t teach us everything we needed to know about housekeeping, or we have simply lost our way in the home arts department — and our homes show it. Yet, when you think about it, really think about it, a good clean home and a hot meal can transform even the worst day at the office or school.
It’s a matter of health and well-being
Everyone is busy these days. But, some of us are busy just for busy sake. We need to prioritize what is really important in our lives, and I for one, believe home is important. It’s where we refresh and renew ourselves, it’s where we share our sadness and our triumphs, it’s where we spend time with people we love and who love us, it’s the place that prepares us for each new day. In short, it’s our launch pad. With a home that is regularly cleaned we can feel more comfortable, enjoy our time at home more, and have better, healthier lives and happier families.
Making housekeeping easier, more effective
One of the ways we can make our homes cleaner and reduce the amount of time we spend cleaning is by changing how we think about it. Cleaning does not have to equal a mind-numbing, cranny picking, tile-scrubbing marathon that it used to be. The goal of Real Clean HOME is to show you ways to keep the house neater and more organized, ways to keep the house cleaner longer, and help you to spend less time cleaning, yet having a cleaner house. Sound impossible? It’s not. By changing the way you go about cleaning, you can get more done in a shorter amount of time and clean less — yet enjoy a cleaner home. And, I promise to give you all details and specifics on exactly how to do it. I promise.
Thanks for being here and I hope you enjoy the Real Clean HOME blog!
Kathryn Weber is a home and lifestyle expert whose work has been featured in newspapers, magazines, and websites. She is the cleaning editor for BellaOnline and writes the Living Space newspaper column that features ideas on creating more beautiful and enjoyable homes. Her recommendations have been featured in the Dallas Morning News (How to Hire a Housekeeper) and in websites and publications around the world. Kathryn has also published the Red Lotus Letter feng shui ezine for over five years and publishes the Everydayclean.com Cleaning Calendar. For more information log on to kathryn-weber.com and subscribe to her RealHome ezine.