Be Awesome In April Spring Cleaning Challenge – Day 4

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 If you missed my Facebook live video this morning you can watch here.

 

I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I am to work on our “Be Awesome in April” Cleaning Challenge today.  (If you’d like to join me, head on over HERE.)

I did not want to deal with this project today.

 

Like.

 

did. NOT. 

I rolled up my sleeves though anyways, pulled on my big girl panties even though I soooo didn’t want to, and just got to work.

 

B.l.e.c.k.

I scrubbed.

de-gunked.

And got it all back together.

 

 

The best part?

 

I found more dinner. 🙂 

 

 

In fact, tonight we’re having leftover buffet, with all of our freezer leftovers.

 

(My family’s going to revolt, but they’ll survive one night, right? I did mix up a batch of brownies to soften the blow.) 

I even planned a few more meals for the week with what else we had left in the freezer for the rest of the week.

 

The truth?

 

There are days when we just don’t want to.

 

When de-cluttering and de-gunking just sounds like no fun at all.

 

But I promise.

 

I. promise.

 

When you go ahead and get it done, your day will look so much brighter.

 

And you can check one more thing off that list.

Thank. heavens. 😉

 

I’d sure love for you to join me this month as we’re getting our homes + bodies + minds in order, so be sure to also take a second to snag your free Be Awesome in April printable over HERE.

 

 

Psssssst! Don’t forget that you have a few more days to snag your free gifts from the Grove Collaborative!Here’s what to do if you’re interested in this promotion while it’s available this week only: 

1 . Sign up for Grove Collaborative 

2 . Answer 4 brief questions about your home (which helps Grove pick out a few items for your box)

3 . Finalize your basket. Add or remove items until your box reaches $20 (but be sure to keep your 4 free items!)

4 . To receive the Mrs. Meyer’s Bathroom Basics Welcome gift, I added $20 worth of items to my box.  Here’s what I included:

  • 1 Mrs. Meyer’s Hand Lotion, regularly $4.99 – FREE
  • 1 Mrs. Meyer’s Tub & Tile Cleaner, regularly $4.99 – FREE
  • 1 Mrs. Meyer’s Hand Soap, regularly $3.89 – FREE
  • 1 Walnut Scrubber Sponge, regularly $3.95 – FREE
  • 1 Coconut Cleansing Wipes regularly $6.99, on sale $5.99
  • 1 Mrs. Meyer’s Hand Soap, regularly $5.49, on sale $3.89
  • 1 Mrs. Meyer’s Dish Soap, regularly $5.30, on sale $3.89
  • 1 Method Glass Cleaner, regularly $4.99, on sale $3.99
  • 1 Mrs. Meyer’s Multi surface Cleaner regularly $5.39, on sale $3.89
  • Total INCLUDING FREE SHIPPING FOR THE NEXT 60 DAYS = $21.65

That makes each item just $2.40, SHIPPED TO YOUR DOOR, compared to $4-$7 per item at Target or Amazon.

I LOVE THAT!

 

If you’re interested in trying out the Grove Collaborative, head on over HERE and snag your free stuff. It’s only available for a few days, so hurry while it’s available! Think of Grove as Amazon for natural cleaning products, cosmetics, diapers + try out free shipping and see what you think.

 

Note: based on the reviews I’m seeing over on the PPP FB page people absolutely love this company and these products. (A few of the scents they recommended are lavender, honeysuckle, and lemon verbena. My favorites that I’ve tried so far are the basil and lavender!)

 

I promise, we’re going to make cleaning FUN, and totally take back control of our homes this month ~ I’m so glad I get to hang out with you!

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Comments

  1. You cracked me up cleaning out your freezer today. I missed the live show but watched it later. I laughed a couple of times – yes it was funny and I do some of the same things. I couldn’t believe all the BANANAS. So funny – and they were loose. We purchased a freezer for our garage recently and right now it is so organized. Hope it stays that way. A shelf (each) for chicken, pork and beef. Drawer for frozen vegs. and miscellaneous, and a shelf for our garden stuff (tomatoes and green beans). I have a freezer under the fridge like yours, I will have to clean it soon. I really try to use up leftovers, but we love them, so usually no problem. I hate to throw things away too. Thanks for doing this.

    • It was RIDICULOUS! All the bananas are gone now, and I will NEVER put them in the freezer unless they’re in a bag. CRAZY! 🙂 So glad you’ve enjoyed the challenge, and glad I’m not the only one who hates throwing stuff away! 🙂

  2. I always put the meat in “Food Saver” bags when I get home from the store. You will get more then 3-6 months time. Like those pork chops you threw out, I’m sure it wasn’t long before they were freezer burned. Also, the Food Saver foods will lay flatter giving you more freezer space. I do put mine away after each use

  3. Thanks for sharing!! It is so hard to get deep cleaning started but it feels so good afterwards!

  4. Round Steak was probably for Feb Slow Cooker Week 6 meal.

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