They are the very best in the field and in the industry. Their reputation is that great that it has escaped London and is now nationwide. They are efficient, skillful, experienced. They are people who change your life with the small details they add to it. They inspire and they affect. They are people you can no doubt learn from. And here are their ultimate cleaning tips. Think of them, consider them. In the world of today, learning from the best is more valuable than googling stuff and trying them. So learn, apply, desire.
Kill Your Procrastination Spirit
There is nothing that could spoil your cleaning more than the procrastination, because with the time the dirt is being accumulated by every place and part of your house and it is deep down, almost impossible to take care of and cope with. The conclusion is pretty clear. Roll up your sleeves and clean the house now, as soon as possible. Thus you will avoid having to cope with some kind of cleaning disaster later.
The gloomy, cold, and rainy winter has finally come to an end, or at least we hope it has. And now the weather is super lovely and so is everyone’s mood. The sun is shining brightly. The cafes are full of people who no longer spend all day around the cozy fireplace, tucked up under blankets, wearing too many sweaters. Now the sun has attracted them all out. And the park is also busy with people, running and playing and walking their dogs. Some are having picnics, while others are just randomly walking around the park with a cup of hot chocolate or nice latte in hand. The road trips seem now more alluring than ever. The car is waiting for you as well as all other adventures and you can’t wait to undertake the next one. And right in this refreshing and reviving season of the new beginnings, you need to take care of one disgusting, annoying, and always hated thing – the spring clean. What makes it that awful is the fact that it is a full house one, that it is super time-consuming, and that to a certain extent it is beyond your strengths. But no matter how long you procrastinate and how much you want to do nothing about it, you simply need to face it and cope with it no matter how. And if you are not one of those neat freaks that are all powerful in cleaning and if you don’t enjoy scrubbing the floor, then you need to find those amazing and life-changing London spring clean experts. They are the only ones who can save you. But how to recognize them?
Do what you love and you won’t work a single day, they say. And everybody is advising you to find a lovely hobby and turn it into a job. But as I remember reading laws is no hobby just like holding scalpels isn’t, as well. And what kind of people then decide to become lawyers, judges or doctors? How could we manage to find the job that suits us best? And what if we make a mistake? Unfortunately, there is no trial period in life and you cannot simply give up after working a day or two at a certain place. But still how could you recognize when it is appropriate for a career change? Here are some of the things you need to consider first. After that you better think well and make informed choices only, because in the reality there is no undo.
Does this job make you happy?
Life is too short for you not to be happy. That is why if this job only makes you sad and you go home, not only exhausted, but depressed and gloomy, maybe you better find another one.
Is there something that challenges you every day?
Travelling is exploring and enjoying. Travelling is where curiosity meets enjoyment and you can’t help but relish every single moment, when you have lost the ground under your feet and are flying through that world of unknowns. Travelling is love and happiness. It makes you feel alive and teaches you so much. But there comes a moment in your life, when your family is extending and is becoming a little bit too large so that you could so easily travel. Remember that time, when the road trips were unexpected and spontaneous, when you packed all the things needed in a bag for a couple days and left the house only a few minutes after you have decided to go on another adventure. Do you remember that careless time? And can you compare it with how road trips happen now? With a preparation that starts a week beforehand, you are packing two or three suitcases and you are making several lists of all the things you need for that long weekend. You are taking toys and clothes for two adults and two kids now. You are printing maps, booking hotels and looking for children friendly environments and every single road trip turns into a demanding and difficult task. But how to make it way more pleasant? How to make the trip interesting for the little ones, who cannot relish the architecture and history, as well? How to keep them busy so that our trip and their trip is as wonderful as possible?