It’s spring—time to throw open those closet doors, Marie Kondo your way through the attic, dust the highs and lows and clear out the nooks and crannies. Maybe it’s also time to unfollow your ex on social media. Why do you need to know what the nephew of your sort-of friend from the fifth grade is wearing on Easter? You don’t.
After being stuck in our houses all winter with dust and clutter piling up, the concept of cleaning starts to actually sound appealing. However, have any of us ever taken a minute to consider the effect that spring cleaning has on our environment?
Maintaining an organized, squeaky clean home and property can be a challenge, especially in winter. Cold weather keeps us from venturing into the yard, basement, or garage, allowing dirt, grime and clutter to pile up.