When my home is a mess, I’m stressed!
I love a clean home, but the truth is, I would rather take a beating than clean.
It never ends, the same thing over and over again.
Having my products all over the house made my everyday cleanups worse, so I created a cleaning bucket.
Bought a simple white, 5 gallon bucket, at Walmart for less than $3.00, but of course, it was too plain for me.
I put some fun into the project by adding a little black paint to the handle, a strip of black at the bottom, and at the top. Love it, if you can love a cleaning bucket!
Looked around for a bucket to buy at the usual stores, but they were either too small, or way too expensive.
Filled my bucket with the products I use each day for my everyday quick cleanups, and those weekly more involved jobs.
Everything is now all together in one spot, I just grab my bucket and move room to room. It really does save me a bunch of time.
I have quoted before, from a sweet little book I found at a thrift store some time ago, Being Home, by Gunilla Norris. Meditations on everyday living.
Love this little book, that is now falling apart! It is filled with really wonderful simple, black and white photos.
Gunilla writes, “if I leave a mess, I will find what I left sooner or later”, I must try to remember this!
To end this post, Gunilla writes, “When we clean and order our homes, we are somehow also cleaning and ordering ourselves”….”How we hold the simplest of our tasks speaks loudly about how we hold life itself.”
“Buckets” of love to all today!