Now that Spring is well underway, perhaps it’s time that you did some Spring cleaning. From Martha Stewart, here is a super-thorough list that will help you tackle absolutely everything — from your floors to your ceiling fans and more.
Martha’s list breaks down Spring cleaning room-by-room, and offers that can help simplify your cleaning routine. For me, Spring cleaning is all about letting go of the (often meaningless) things I’ve acquired over the course of the year. If I haven’t thought about or used something in my closet or drawers in the past year — this goes for clothes, paperwork, and knickknacks — it’s probably time to donate / recycle / toss it. What are your Spring cleaning rules to live by?
Taralynn recently posted on tumblr about one of her grocery shopping trips. For me, Taralynn’s post was an incredibly helpful resource in building my own grocery shopping list for this week.
When it comes to snacking, if it’s unhealthy and sitting in the cabinet, chances are I’ll eat it. I just can’t resist! So I make sure we only have healthy snacks at home. But I tend to buy the same stuff every grocery trip, and then I get in a rut. This list helped me change up my snacking habits while keeping things healthy. Some of the items that made it from Taralynn’s list to mine? Whole almonds, Activia yogurt, edamame salad (to use as a salad topper), almond butter, and dried apricots. Check out the rest of the grocery list here. What do you do to make sure you eat healthy at home?