31 Days of Cheering Them On: Cleaning Up


Gentle Reader,

It’s no secret that I like a calm, clean environment. One of my favorite things to do when I have a little spare time is to jump online and see what others are doing to keep their lives and home organized. I chose each of the below at random; none is more significant than the others. Away we go.


When I was very young, I lived with my parents and two brothers in humble homes, on a single income, in a small quiet town. We did not take extravagant vacations or own particularly nice things. I wore mostly hand-me-down or thrifted clothes (which I didn’t mind a bit until I was a teenager), and I remember holidays being simple, but full of love. The gifts I was given were always thoughtfully chosen, and the vacations we took were always to majestic outdoor locations where there were rivers and mountains nearby…

Emily at Light and Loveliness


If you feel like your sentimental items are taking over your home, it’s time to declutter.  If your past is getting in the way of your present or your future, it’s time to declutter.  If you want to live more simply, it’s time to declutter.

It’s not easy though…

Hilda Rodgers


Our meal plan definitely isn’t fancy but I think it will work for us and the season of life we are in right now. I am really trying to focus on being in the moment when I plan so that I don’t set myself up for failure…

Ashley at Blossoming on a Budget


Making a house into a home and keeping it clean is hard work. That’s the honest truth.

Ready for some more honesty? Sometimes it feels like impossible work.

Do you ever feel like you’re drowning under the weight of the mess and dirt and clutter, and you just wish you could make it go away…or at least move and leave it all behind? I know the feeling…

Amy Clark Scheren


I am convinced that the best years were the simple years.  The years when we had little money and few engagements are those that are etched in my mind and bring a smile to my face…

Blessed Simplicity


A planner allows you to structure your time around your priorities, can keep you on track when you need it to, and can be a go-to resource for many different areas of your life…

Scattered Squirrel 


Between running my own family practice and a free health clinic, operating our boarding kennel, coordinating care of my dad, writing a weekly column for the local humane society, helping out with my husbands re-election campaign (he is currently a quorum court justice) and keeping our fourteen old rescue dogs healthy and safe, my to-do list is always a mile long and often my husband has no clue what I have on my plate…

Connie Kay


I know that I am not the only woman out there that feels overwhelmed.  In fact, I bet there are a large portion of my readers that feel overwhelmed in some way or another.  My goal is to try and encourage you (and myself!) to move forward, and to make some necessary changes in order to thrive…

Heather Townsend

Thank you for teaching us how to clean up, organize and move forward!


For all entries in the 31 Days of Cheering Them On series, go here.


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