Spring Cleaning Tips (4 of 4): Help

Spring is often associated with cleaning up and clearing out to make room for beautiful rebirth and new growth. In this series, I give you tips and tools to make your Spring Cleaning process more of a joy and less of a chore. But, of course, you are empowered to create a new beginning any time you choose!



Tip #4: Ask for Help!


You don't have to Spring Clean alone! Your friends, family, or community may be ready and willing to help.


Friends or Family

Do you have a friend or family member who could help you? Maybe one weekend they help with your Spring Cleaning goals and the next weekend you help with theirs? Maybe you can’t do everything, but you can do some light cleaning. Ask if they would be willing to do the heavy work in both homes while you do the light work in both homes. Many hands make light work!


Your Community

Someone in your neighborhood or community could want to help for a little pay or community service hours. Here are some ideas:


  • Teenagers or college students

  • Scout troops

  • Youth groups from your church or synagogue


Professionals

Like yard work, sometimes you just want someone else to handle the job (or part of the job) for you. You can always hire one of the following types of experts:


  • Professional Organizers

  • Cleaners

  • Junk Pick Up Services


Element of Fun Organizing relieves the overwhelm of decluttering, organizing and Spring Cleaning so you can focus on your rebirth and growth in this beautiful season! Contact Me for a free consultation.

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