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« Reply #10: March 18, 2008, 07:57:41 pm »

Another thing I found helpful in the days when my room generally answered to the descriptions "pigsty" and "looks like a tornado hit it", but needed cleaned, was to divide the room into sections to work on.  If I could get one section done, I felt like I'd accomplished something and the rest of the task didn't seem so overwhelming.

An alternative (which I do) is to clean up one type of thing at a time: all the dishes, and only the dishes one time, only the clothes the next time and so on. Also, if you don't know where to start, that usually means it doesn't matter where you start, so just do the first thing that comes into your head. And good luck  Grin
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