When your home is clean and organized, what words come to mind?

  • Satisfying
  • Amazing
  • Productive
  • Beneficial
  • Happy

There may be others that describe how you feel or how your home makes you feel when it’s neat and tidy, but these are some pretty good ones. After all, who doesn’t want a home that makes them feel this way?

And if you love a home that’s free of clutter, dust-free, and smells fantastic, then you probably love reading blogs that can help you achieve this! There are so many good ones out there – all with tons of great advice – but if you need to narrow down your choices, here are a  few of the best when it comes to cleaning and organizing.

  1. A Slob Comes Clean

Don’t you just love the title of this blog? Dana, the woman behind this blog, shares her 100% honest journey to “deslobification.” She shows how she declutters and cleans just about everything in her home, shares checklists which can help, and has a podcast that will keep you on the path to organizational nirvana!

  1. The Idea Room

Amy from The Idea Room has authored a book by the same name and has tons of ideas that will exceed your cleaning and organizing dreams. She’s a mom of five – so she knows how important it is to keep on top of things – and her advice is practical and easily implemented. Head to her “Tips & Tricks” section to find great blogs on everything from laundry to office organization.

  1. Clean & Scentsible

The name of this blog says it all! Jenn is the creator of Clean & Scentsible, and she aims to “Organize – Celebrate – Create.” Head immediately to her “Get Organized” section, and you’re going to find everything you need to put your home on an “organizational diet” (those are her words) and lots of blogs with excellent cleaning tips.

  1. I’m an Organizing Junkie

Maybe you’re not an “organizing junkie” like Laura (the voice behind this blog), but if you love an organized home – or are working on an organized home – then you’ll love what she shares. She occasionally runs “Organized Like a Boss” challenges – so watch for those if you want some additional motivation.

  1. A Bowl Full of Lemons

A Bowl Full of Lemons has been a popular blog for a while now and has led Toni to write books dedicated to cleaning and organizing. Her blog has so many tips and tricks that you may need to set a timer, so you don’t stay up reading well into the night. And she also runs some great challenges that will have you tackling all areas in your home.

  1. The Crazy Organized

Lindsay shares fabulous ideas that will have your home looking its best. Be sure to take a look at her “Fast Fix Fridays” and her “Free Printables,” which are available when you subscribe to her newsletter.

  1. Polished Habitat

This blog was started in 2013 by Melissa, who wanted a home that was organized, yet stylish – and she shares exactly how she accomplishes that. She has areas dedicated to cleaning and organizing that will make you a fan!

  1. Clean Mama

Clean Mama’s motto is: Everyday Life – Simplified. She shares her favorite cleaning products and tools, awesome printables, and a blog with endless tips for a clean and organized home. 

  1. TidyMom

TidyMom has branched into a lifestyle blog covering everything from food and drink to travel, but her “Tidy Home” section is where you should head for cleaning and organizing tips. She gives advice on cleaning a cast iron skillet, tips to make your home smell good, and more.

  1. One Good Thing

One Good Thing doesn’t just cover…well, one good thing. It actually focuses on many good things – and you’re going to love it. Under the “Homekeeping” tab, you’ll find all you need for cleaning and organizing.

A clean and organized home is, as Martha Stewart would say, “A good thing.” It can reduce your stress, keep you healthy, and make you more productive. And let’s not forget – it can just make you happy.

Of course, if you could use a little help keeping your home clean, call Mini Maid. With our years of experience in the Gainesville area, our cleaning services are second to none. When you hire us, you will be coming home to a sparkling home on a regular basis.

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