Now that all the parties and family dinners are a distant memory. We tend to make New Year’s resolutions like be a better person, lose weight and declutter. At least they are my usual. This year, I am determined to declutter my office, home and life. So declutter the home is where we start. Closets are overflowing, pantries are low on staples (darn holidays!!!). Get out your To Do List and lets get started. Nothing feels better than checking off something on the list that is completed.
Start with the pantry. You need the staples like tomato sauce, pastas (whole grain of course remember your other resolution to lose weight), flour, sugar, canned veggies etc. You can throw together a simple meal without having to stop at the grocery store.
Remember if you start small, you will be successful. Check pantry off your list.
Then move to the hall closet where all the winter coats are kept. If you don’t have hangers that match, get them. Really helps to keep things neat and they aren’t very expensive.
Continue your way through your home, one closet, one drawer at a time. My personal worst is the sock drawer. I always think I am going to find that one sock that is missing. Forget about it; pitch.
So you are thinking, if I attempt to carry out my resolutions, how can I possible still clean my home? Well that is where the “Mollies” come in. Call on the Mollies to do your weekly, bi-weekly cleaning and you won’t mind cleaning out those drawers and closets.