About the 24 Hours of Progress:
So often, the only projects that get "done" around our homes is dinner (and no, takeout doesn't count) and the laundry. Out of necessity though. There are so many little nagging projects that linger for most of us. Yes, we can live with a little clutter here or there, but it sure feels good to get those little things out of the way!
Spring is a natural time of rebirth and shedding the layers that has descended upon our house over the winter. The Holly at Nap Time series 24 hours of Progress is designed of 72 household projects that will take on average about one hour to do. Pick one project each Monday, Wednesday and Friday to work on from now until April 1st. By the end of the session, you will have made 24 Hours of Progress towards the home you deserve!
Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinets
After a minor muscle ache recently, my hubby dug out some BenGay for me. It wasn't three seconds later that he said, "Um... this expired in 2007. When did we buy this?" Medicine cabinets often have inventory that we've long forgotten about. We're unsure if we have something, so to be on the safe side we buy another one. And of course, whenever we have a terrible cold or other ailment, the medicines we need aren't there because we thought we had them but never double checked. Take the time to go through your medicine cabinet, throwing away expired items and ditching the ones you'll never need again. Make a list of the items that you should have on hand and pick them up during your next shopping trip. And while you're at it, if you have small children in the house you'll also want to consider safety locks for your cabinets. The medicine cabinet becomes an object of fascination at an early age. Make sure you keep your family safe!
Dig Out Under Your Bed