Most of us like entertaining. In fact, most of us invite family, friends and colleagues to our home for dinner, birthdays and parties. However, when that last minute guest tells you they are on their way to visit and will be over in a couple of hours, what are you to do? Your house might be disheveled or just need a bit of tidying up to accommodate guests, but where do you begin? The pressure is on. But is does not have have to be.
With these simple tips, you can get your home ready in no time for the unexpected visitors. A quick sweep here, a Swifter dusting there, and a couple of scented candles can go a long way. If you still do not have enough time for some of these tips, just put all your excess in the closet. That does not goes wrong, as long as no one opens the closet. And you will need to remember to get the items out when your guest leave.
Here are some simple tips get you organized for last minute guests. Are they allergic to pets or are they bringing their own? Do they have food allergies? Is the bedroom and bathroom your guests will use tidy?
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Summer is coming to a close and air conditioning is no longer needed. But before we head into winter, when we close up our windows and turn on our heat, we have some time to air out our homes and get them smelling fresh and clean. Opening your windows and airing out your home can improve the air quality in your home. Along with these other tips you can have a fall filled with freshness.
Clean your Home
Air quality is also dependent upon a clean house. Cleaning your floors and vacuuming your carpets will remove the dirt from the areas. Dusting your furniture and your ceiling fans will remove the dust that can build up and cause pollutants in your air, so dust your home at least once a week. Remember to remove dust from baseboards or wainscoating along walls. These areas can trap dust along their edges. Read More