I know I have said this before about the power of 10 minutes, but it bears repeating. There are so many *little* things that I put off and put off until I am insane and then when I finally get around to doing it, I think of how ridiculous it was that I had something nagging at me for sooooo loooong when all it took to get it done was 10 minutes.
(Wouldn’t it be nice if to go along with this post, I had a picture of my actually clean bathroom? I would never be so organized. This is not actually my currently clean bathroom, this is the only photo of my bathroom I could find from last year or two years ago or who knows how long now. Cluttered. But this photo will have to do since I don’t have my camera at the moment. Imagine a lot less clutter and a little sparlkier.)
My bathroom has been so in need of a deep clean. You know how it can be with boys in the house. And toothpaste. Messy. Dirty. Gross. And every time I went in there, I’d think “I need to *clean* this room”, then I would promptly leave the room, shut the door and pretend it didn’t exist. Until the next time and the next time.
Finally, yesterday I went in there to take a bath and instead of starting the bath and going and putzing around on the computer until it was ready, I thought “I bet I could have this room clean before the bath is ready! What a treat a bubble bath will be after I am done scrubbing this room.”
I got my gloves, my spray, my rags and my vacuum and I had the room spotless clean before the bubbles were overflowing.
And I really enjoyed the bath afterwards.