Well I did finish my Spring Cleaning, I went twice to the donation center and finished by cleaning and organizing a space I spend a lot of time in; my car. I added a couple of items that I really needed in there. A better trash can and a phone holder as I was starting to use it as my GPS. Works great for me. I am also a safer driver.
According to a new survey from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, American drivers spend an average of more than 17,600 minutes — or about 293 hours — behind the wheel annually. So it is not surprising that having a few organizing tools in there can also help us keep a more tidy car. But don't just go shopping without looking first at what you really need. First assess the problem, determine your need. Do you always have a problem with garbage in the car? Do the kids leave their toys everywhere? Is your car your office and you have lots of papers? Do you need something to hold groceries? Only then, go online and look at the amazing organizing tools you can have to better your car and keep it organized.
Spring cleaning Results:
Spring Cleaning Truth #1: I did not find that 30 minutes a day, apart from a couple of times, was challenging. As long as I knew what the next project was, I was okay doing it for 30min. At times I carried on past the 30min as the hardest part was really starting the project.
Truth #2: What was really challenging for me was to write this blog as this took much longer than I anticipated.