That’s right, we said it, we love cleaning messes! You may think we sound crazy, but hear us out. Cleaning messes are opportunities - opportunities for a fresh start. Think about it. Whenever you encounter a mess or clean up a mess, you have the opportunity to make something better than it was before. (Who knew cleaning messes could get so deep!)
Cleaning Messes are Opportunities to Change
Messes can happen anywhere and they happen to all of us, even the best of us. The front/back entryway, the kitchen, the bathroom or other high traffic areas of your home. None of us are immune to messes. Instead of getting frustrated with cleaning the mess, change your attitude about how you view messes. For example, don’t call them messes, but rather opportunities. Instead of a chore, call it a task. Think of cleaning up messes like a job or project and watch how your disposition changes when it comes time to tackle that mess, we mean, opportunity!
Messes are Opportunities to Clean
Be honest, how often do you clean? Here are a few rules of thumb when it comes to how often you should clean:
Some of these you may already do, but others may get missed. It’s okay, we get it, life happens. Who are we to judge! (We aren’t by the way). This is why we love messes!
Messes are opportunities to clean. When you come home to an unexpected mess, it’s an opportunity for you to get in your once a week cleaning. Even if it’s your second time cleaning the same thing, it’s another opportunity to do an even better job than you did the first time. For example, if you come home to an unexpected spill on your kitchen floor, grab your ProMist® MAX Microfiber Spray Mop by O-Cedar® and use it as an opportunity to not just clean up the mess by the refrigerator, but this time, take a clean sweep of the entire kitchen. If you are feeling extra daring, clean under the kitchen mat you have set up by the sink.
Cleaning Messes are Opportunities to Organize
When you stumble upon a mess in your home, use it as an opportunity to organize. For instance: