The Internet is full of information that can both change your life or distract you from it, which is especially true of cleaning blogs. While we strive to give you the best information and trending topics about organizing and cleaning, we recognize that there are many great minds out there with answers to many of life’s great cleaning questions. Here are our favorite resources to add to your list.
1. Ask Anna
Anna Mosely is a busy mama and homemaker that has the answers for all things clean. If you remember, she also “maid” it onto our list for our “Pinterest Cleaning Boards To Follow” post last year. She continues to deliver sound advice. And, while her pins speak 1,000 words, her actual words are witty, supportive, and extremely informative.
2. I’m An Organizing Junkie
Launched by Laura Wittman, a self-professed organizing maniac, Orgjunkie.com is a huge resource of family- and budget-friendly organizing solutions. As she says on her About page, “It’s not about living in magazine ready show homes, it’s about practical organizing solutions for the everyday to help you save time, money and your sanity.” Check out her Organizing Challenge and her 52 Weeks of Organization sections for inspiration and motivation.
3. A Bowl Full Of Lemons
Centered around a team full of passionate and real-life writers, A Bowl Full of Lemons contains tips for keeping a clean, organized house while embracing a full, chaotic life. Its photography is stunning, its writing is fresh, and its topics are on-point and inspirational.
4. A Slob Comes Clean
If the title of this blog makes you feel there may still be hope for you and your house of clutter, hurry and click on the above link to get some sincere, honest to goodness cleaning and organizing tips. Written by Dana White (aka “Nony the Slob”), A Slob Comes Clean is “a safe place for others to know they are not alone in their housekeeping struggles.” And it’s funny. So read it for the laughs if nothing else.
5. I Heart Organizing
Jennifer Jones is a maven when it comes to home management. Her blog is full of product reviews, time-tested storage and organization techniques, and solutions for daily life. Her approachable style speaks to both families and the single set, especially for those who want their houses to feel like home.
So there you have it, our picks for the best cleaning blogs (other than our own, of course). Do you have any others you’d like to add to this list?