Tell us a bit about yourself: I am a wife to my highschool sweet heart and mother to two beautiful red head girls (9 and 5). Life is busy in our family with; soccer games, volunteering at school, book clubs, girls' nights out, date nights, family time, household projects, shopping, etc., etc., etc. I love a clean and organized home (who doesn't), and do my best to minimize the unnecessary clutter from my life. I am learning to say, "no", and "help", and to lean on my wonderful friends and family who are always ready to lend a shoulder, or just some Diet Coke and chocolate!
If you could get rid of one chore permanently what would it be:The floors, I HATE cleaning the floors. It doesn't seem to matter how good a job I do, i turn around and find another crub or smudge. It never ends!
Three things that you have with you at all times:I always have a water bottle, chapstick, and my phone with me.
Favorite meal that you ever ate: My all time favorite meal is from my all time favorite restaurant, Maggianos! Start with the stuffed mushrooms, then the 4 cheese raviolli, continue munching on the bread, then end with the cheesecake and tiramasu, that's right, two desserts!!! YUMMY!
If you could live one day over again what would it be and why:I think the day I would live over would be the day we surprised our girls and took them to Disneyland. They were only 5 and 17 months old at the time. Their faces when they saw the Disneyland castle were priceless. For me, there is NOTHING as wonderful as watching your childrens' dreams come true!
Welcome to Clear the clutter!
Hi, I am Jessica from Clear the clutter . I was excited to be contacted by She Said to give all of you some Spring Cleaning advice!
- Wash decorative towels
- Steam clean all around and behind the toilet. Re-caulking if necessary will give a clean look as well. If you don’t have a steamer, the hottest water you can handle (use those rubber gloves) with a cleaning solution will work as well.
These small touch ups will go miles to improve the cleanliness of one of the most used rooms in the house.