14 Days to a Spotless House is your house's road from "ick" to "wow".
You have so much going on in your life. Kids, work, an attempt to have an actual life *gasp*...it's hard to make time to keep your house clean on top of everything else.
That's where we come in.
During this course you will:
- Do a full, guided deep-cleaning of your entire house
- Completely declutter each individual room
- Create a maintenance plan to keep your house looking spotless long-term
Say goodbye to mess, dirt, and clutter in two short weeks!
Liz is a thirty-something mom with a preteen stepdaughter (and budding Instagram addict), a sparkle-clad toddlernado (who will surely grow up to be a linebacker or a crash test dummy), two large dogs (with a Pinky and the Brain type relationship), a rabbit the size of a large house cat, and a well-behaved herd of dust bunnies.
She’s married to a lifelong New Yorker who is so wonderful he agreed to try the white picket fence thing in sunny California, where they now live with the aforementioned pack.
The Stay Sane Mom was born out of Liz’s journey into wife-dom and motherhood.
She noticed that wife-ing, momming, and keeping a clean house were all possible by themselves, but when done all at the same time they had started to make her feel like she was (to be honest) slowly losing her mind. Worse than losing her mind, she also felt like her identity as a person other than “Mom” was slipping away as well.
So what happens when a nerd encounters a problem? Research. Lots of research. Also empirical tests, case studies, and anything else that could help her be “Liz” and “Mom” at the same time.
When she started coming to actual, useful conclusions, she decided to start building The Stay Sane Mom to share her revelations with other moms who wanted to be a real person as well as being “Mom”.
When she gets to be a person of her own (read: nights and naptime) she’s a PhD candidate, blogger, writer, fitness nut, freelance digital consultant, proud nerd, avid reader, and sleep enthusiast (although it’s been a few years on that last one, but from what she remembers it was quite nice).
StartWelcome and a High Five (10:09)
StartIMPORTANT: Download (and Print) Your Course Workbook
StartTECHNIQUE: The Priority-Driven Pile o'Stuff
StartTECHNIQUE: Clean First, Then Organize
StartTECHNIQUE: The Two-Minute Rule
StartTECHNIQUE: Key Principles of Organizing
StartTECHNIQUE: Labeled Category Boxes Are Your New Best Friend
StartTECHNIQUE: Before and After Pictures