There's a wild misconception that having a simple, stunning home requires hours of obsessively organizing, cleaning, and perfecting. In reality, people with tidy homes often spend less time cleaning than those who live in messy chaos.
Truthfully, I used to dread cleaning my house and lived in a state of cyclical clutter until I began learning the principles I now teach as a professional organizer. Today, my home is a no longer a cycle of messes, procrastination, and time-consuming cleanups. Rather, my home is a "self-cleaning" home, meaning the mess is never overwhelming or time-consuming.
So, no, I'm not sharing how to buy a robotic house that scrubs, sweeps, and stows clutter while you sleep (although, that does sound pretty cool). Instead, I'm sharing the tips, products, and habits that will help you craft a home that's slow to getting dirty and mindless to keep clean.