5 Tips to Motivate Yourself to Do the Cleaning

updated: 20/11/2023


The majority of the people do the domestic cleaning not because they enjoy it, but because it has to be done.  You may feel it is almost impossible to motivate yourself to do the cleaning, but there are certain tips which you might find helpful.

First and very important rule is to try and minimise the stress from the cleaning process. Do not think of it as something you hate and do not want to spend time on, but rather think as something which will improve your lifestyle. Having a clean home will make it more welcoming for your friends and  keeping it tidy will make you feel more relaxed when you spend time at home.A bucket of cleaning detergents

Choose the best time to do the cleaning, early in the morning when you are not tired yet will help you do a lot of cleaning for less time and efforts. Play a pleasant music and make your favourite cup of coffee and start with the lounge. Throw away the magazines you are not going to read any more and think about where you will go and what you will do after you finish with the cleaning. Arrange a meeting with your friends and this will motivate you to clean the property quicker.

It really depends on you how much cleaning you will have to do on that day – keeping your property neat and tidy at all times will reduce the amount of the cleaning and will save you time and efforts. Try to put all the stuff on their places after you have used them and do not buy a lot of things you don’t really need, they will only increase the clutter at your home.

Getting the right cleaning tools will make the process of cleaning easier. Buy everything you need, so you are able to see the excellence you have achieved with your hard work.

The main motivation to clean your property regularly might be that you and your family will live in a healthy home where the air you breath is fresh and everything smells clean.

About the author 

Nick Vassilev

Nick blogs about cleaning. He is a cleaning expert with more than 25 years of experience. He is also an NCCA-certified carpet cleaner. Founder and CEO of Anyclean.