Stay home and get stuck in with a full clean; these simple jobs will make you feel productive without ever leaving the house
If a weekend-in is on the cards but you’re still wanting to be productive, you can never go wrong with a quick spruce-up! Whether it’s the simple task of de-cluttering your wardrobe or doing a complete garage overhaul, these jobs will boost your endorphins, leaving you feeling fulfilled and refreshed.
We’ve compiled 10 household tasks to tackle for a rewarding weekend-at-home. Just turn on your favourite podcast and get stuck in!
1. Clear out your wardrobe
Throw it or stow it? Go through your items one-by-one and donate those that you no longer wear. Re-organising your closet is a great way of getting reacquainted with what you actually own.
2. Re-organise the pantry
It’s so easy for pantry items to build up and create dis-organisation and chaos. Transform your pantry with these 5 simple steps.
Having clutter in your home can really make you feel tense. Organise the chaos by getting rid of any unwanted items and find a place for those that remain.
4. Get creating
Try making your own cleaning products or essential oils. Making the switch to all-natural cleaners might seem like a lot of fuss, but it’s really simple. You probably have all, if not most of the ingredients already!
5. Tackle that grout
Nothing ruins a clean bathroom more than the dirty grout between the tiles. Follow our step-by-step guide on how to get rid of that stubborn grime.
6. Spruce up old furniture
Furniture can sometimes need a little TLC every now and then. See our useful guide on how to give your treasured items a new lease of life.
7. Sort out the garage and shed
It’s the easiest place to hoard and dump objects. Once you’ve decluttered the space, think about how you can create specific zones for items to prevent any future pile-ups.
8. Tidy up the linen cupboard
In a dream world, everything in the linen cupboard would be perfectly folded and purposely arranged. However, this is never the case. It always seems to be mixed up and filled to the brim. Our clutter expert has the solution.
Tip: Don’t forget to sit back, admire your work and enjoy your space when it’s done!
Words by: Olivia Day. Photography by: Bauer Syndication.