I love the feeling of having a clean house, and spring is a great time to get your home in order. Spring cleaning usually means that I do a deeper cleaning of the areas of my home that tend to get overlooked on a normal basis. However, I don’t have a lot of spare time to dedicate to this so, I’m sharing what my spring cleaning schedule looks like, and what my tasks take priority in each room.
Our whole family pitches in and this is a great way to make sure everyone learns to take care of keeping our home clean and in order. We give each of our kids age appropriate tasks, blare some music, and get to work.
- Clean out fridge
- Clean baseboards
- Clean cabinets and counters with cleaning solution
- Wash windows
- Organize cabinets & get rid of stained dishes, towels, etc. and replace.
- Clean shower head
- Clean shower curtain or replace
- Dust everything
- Discard of old medications & toiletries
- Wash curtains
- Give away old or unused clothing
- Clean curtains
- Clean lampshades/Dust
- Organize cords & storage bins
- Donate Unused Toys & Reorganize
This is my simple list for every room to get things really clean. This is aside from my normal daily cleaning of our home.
I will admit, spring cleaning makes me tired. When I am done with everything at the end of the day. I do not have any energy to make dinner. I am so grateful for all the amazing entrées that On-Cor offers. On-Cor has recently enhanced their products to satisfy the needs of moms looking for convenient, quality dinner solutions for their families.
I really like a lot of their options for dinner, and their new packaging makes it easier for consumers to understand exactly what they are feeding their families. The multi-serve entrée products feature popular flavors and varieties, giving people a reason to come to the dinner table. The frozen, fully-cooked entrées are conveniently packaged and ready to heat and serve.
The 6 Breaded Chicken Parmagiana Patties with Tomato Sauce are the latest entrée that my family loves. I can easily throw on some pasta to go right along with it, and it’s a simple meal. From hearty entrées to microwave favorites, convenience has never tasted so delicious. No frills, no fancy. Just really, really good food.
So, when you are stressing over spring cleaning… keep it simple with my list from above, and for your next family meal, head to the freezer aisle of Giant Food Stores or check out the store locator at www.on-cor.com to pick up one of On-Cor’s entrées.
To help you get organized, I am running a giveaway with all of these amazing items. The prize will include: 1) Coupon Valid for One Free On-Cor Entrée (1) Organizational Glass Containers, (1) Scrub Brush, (1) Kids Cleaning Set, (1) Set of 4 Kitchen Towels, (1) Sink Caddy (ARV: $200)
To ENTER, comment below what your favorite On-Cor entrée is and a spring cleaning tip to share!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of On-Cor. The opinions and text are all mine.
Cristina - Memories of the Pacific
Thanks for the tips! I tend to stress out a lot about cleaning!
I’m sure if we have On-Cor in our area. I’ll definitely look for their brand the next time I’m at the grocery store. But I like to use my spring cleaning time to sort through the kids’ clothes and get rid of everything that doesn’t fit.
Yes! I love that! They are at a lot of local grocery stores!
Oh! My kids love the Mac n cheese!!
My favorite is the barbecued pork riblets. We eat them on a bun like a McRib sandwich. My spring cleaning tip is to not do it all at once, or else it seems overwhelming. Pick a room to do each week.
OMG I gotta try that!
I like the chicken parm patties and what I do for spring cleaning, if its something I haven’t touched or used in a year its time to get rid of it or donate it.
Great rule of thumb!
I love your tips! We just started spring cleaning at our house too! Mostly kitchen and closet purging. We did a lot last year when we moved, but it’s good to go through your things every year and figure out what can stay and go. Yay for decluttering!
Yes I totally agree!
I love that you get your kids involved in the household cleanup! I never thought about having a quick and easy dinner ready for a day full of cleaning, but it’s a great idea!
YES, it makes everything so much easier!
You have me inspired to get cleaning! And that isn’t an easy thing to get me to do!
LOL! I’m so glad!
I love your spring cleaning list!!
Love that list and an even better service. I haven’t ever heard about it so excited to know more.
Yea it’s great!
I would like to try the On Cor penne with meatballs. My best tip is to have a plan. I do so much better and actually get stuff done when I decide what I want to get done.
Yes my kids love that one too!
I love spring cleaning lists. They always inspire me to get my butt in gear. These are great.
LOL Yes me too!
My favorite On-Cor entrée is the Salisbury steaks they are so yummy. My cleaning tip is to donate everything that you do not use and then organize and label.
Favorite is the chicken patties. My tip is too take one room at a time.
Yes, so helpful!
We like the Salsbury Steaks but those Chicken Parm patties are looking mighty good.
And my tip: blast the music. It makes everything go faster and feel like a lot more fun.
That’s awesome! Great tip!
I love your blog! You’re always inspiring me to get my butt in gear! Those meals look delicious too!
Aww your so sweet!!!
Our favorite entree is the Sliced Turkey and Gravy! We love making open faced sandwiches with bread, the turkey on top, a scoop of mashed potatoes..and the gravy on top! So easy and delicious! My spring cleaning tip is to go through each room one at a time….put a big box in the middle of the room…anything that does not fit or you dont need anymore…put in the box and take to the garage! Then have a big garage sale and see what you cleaned out!
Oh I love that dinner idea and tip!!
We love the chicken parm! As for cleaning we need to vacuum more! 😉
Yes us too!
Printing out this spring cleaning list, it’s so good!!
Awesome! Thanks so much!