While we are in lockdown with nothing other to do than keep the house clean with the occasional Netflix binge, I thought I would put together five key steps that you should follow in order to keep your bedroom clean and tidy. It is said that people with a clean bedroom often feel less stressed and have a better night’s sleep.
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So, here are five key chores that you should follow:
1. Change Your Bed Often
Nobody likes changing their bed, but you’ve got to admit that when you get into a clean bed, it always feels so much nicer. You should change your bed every week to ensure that the dry skin cells, that can cause allergies, are washed away, as well as sweat and anything else. It will also prevent bed bugs. If you’re someone that chooses to leave it two or even three weeks, then invest in a top sheet to help keep your bed cleaner a little longer.
Not sure what a top sheet is? This Happy Beds blog explains everything!
2. Hang Up Clothes
Everyone at some point has tried on an outfit, decided they didn’t like it and then either left it on their bed or threw it over ‘that chair’ – yes, you know the one. Make sure that you hang up your clothes back where they came from that it doesn’t all pile up on you. Hanging up one thing is certainly better than hanging up eight things!
3. Hidden Storage
If you’re living in a shared house where your only storage place is your bedroom, then it might be time to create some new storage hacks. Some include using the space on top of their wardrobe, investing in boxes that slot inside cupboards and investing in a storage bed, that can store all of your junk or clothes under the bed without anyone knowing otherwise.
4. Take Your Dishes Down
We’ve all been there, had a glass of squash in the bedroom and then forgotten to take the cup down the next day. Oh, and then the same thing happens the next, and then the next, and before you know it there are no glasses left in your kitchen cupboard. Make sure you take your glasses down each time you’re done with the.
Tip: leave them by the stairs so that you don’t forget them the next day.
5. Throw Things Out Regularly
Don’t be a hoarder, throw things out that you don’t use, forgot you had or don’t need. If you need a bit of guidance on this and how to know what you should be throwing out, then watch Marie Kondo on Netflix who supplies plenty of tips on decluttering.
How do you keep your bedroom clean?
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