Daily Cleaning Routine – Morning Edition

Daily Cleaning Routine – Morning Edition

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Having a daily cleaning routine is so important to maintaining a tidy house everyday!

Cleaning Schedule for the Not so Tidy Stay at Home Mom.

I have designed a daily house cleaning checklist in order to keep me from getting overwhelmed by the mess that children create! I have a simple morning and evening routine that doesn’t take too long.

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Make these simple cleaning routines a part of your daily habits, and soon you will not even have to think about it! 

In the morning I:

  • make bed
  • empty dishwasher
  • clean counters in kitchen and bathooms
  • load breakfast dishes in dishwasher
  • sort mail
  • dinner prep (pull meat out of freezer)
  • take laundry out of dryer and start another load if needed

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  1. Sarah

    Hi Kait,

    I came across your YouTube channel when searching about minimalism. I am a Christian too and I also felt heavily convicted by God that my “retail therapy” and abundance of clutter/excess throughout my house was a roadblock in a closer relationship to God and in being hospitable to others. I started browsing your channel and I found your videos about foster care. God put adoption on my heart a few years ago, and within the past few months, he started to put foster care on my heart (for the future). I just got married and my husband and I both have a heart for kids without families, but we don’t know anyone who has adopted or fostered children. Your videos are amazingly informative and helpful. We don’t feel called yet, but we do feel that foster care and adoption are in our future. I love watching your videos about foster care to learn about the process, so we can be more prepared about what to expect when we do receive the “go ahead” from God. I can also relate to your video about Disney World vs Mission Trips. I felt like I was “weird” because it is not a priority for me to take my future children to Disney World, though so many people I know have that as a dream family trip. I am so much more excited to take my future children on mission trips and show them how to live simply and share the love of Jesus with others. I feel alone sometimes because my convictions are “weird” to the world. Your video brought peace to my soul. Sorry for rambling…I don’t typically leave comments on blogs, but I felt compelled to let you know that your videos make a difference. THANK YOU for sharing your story, Christian convictions/advice, and decluttering and Foster Care experiences. Please keep sharing!! I hope you and your family have a wonderful weekend, and I can’t wait to see the video when your adoption of Rosie is final! 🙂


    1. Kait

      Hey Sarah,
      Thanks so much for taking the time to leave a comment! And what a sweet comment. I just love to connect with other like minded people. I know exactly what yo mean about feeling “weird” about your convictions but God will call us an convict us as we walk with Him. I really hope you do foster one day, it truly has been the best thing I have ever done with my life. I am glad to hear you are taking some time and waiting for the call. Enjoy being a newlywed (congrats btw!!!) strengthen your marriage first. That is very important to the success of married couple fostering! Please keep in touch!

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