17 Great Blogs About Cleaning & Organising

May 27th, 2016
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[UPDATED 12 April 2017]

Yeah, as if someone would like to read about chores?! Right?

Well.. You might be surprised!

As weird as it may sound, there are a lot of people who are passionate about cleaning. Nate and the other Move Out Mates, are the living, breathing example, but as it turns out, we are not the only ones.

Not only are there people who have made cleaning, organising and de-cluttering their career, but they have done an excellent job of giving cleaning an appealing, exciting and even inspiring shine!

Take a look at the following 17 blogs and before you know it you’ll want to get a fancy printable cleaning planner and indulge in making natural recipes for your own laundry detergent or carpet cleaner.

1. Clean Mama

Clean Mama is the queen of cleaning blogs and the go-to place for everyone who wants to organically clean their home, following a time-saving routine. From useful green cleaning recipes and dazzling DIY tutorials, in Clean Mama, you will also find printables you can’t live without and ingenious ideas on how to organise your home in less time. It’s definitely the number one go-to-place of every clean-freak and a favourite of ours too.

Becky’s Blog: http://www.cleanmama.net

Twitter: @cleanmamablog

2. I Heart Organizing

Once you step into Jen’s home on the Internet, the I Heart Organizing blog, you will instantly feel immersed in a world of gorgeous designs, smart cleaning and organisational tips, stunning DIY projects and touching family stories. Jenn is a mother of three active boys, but it seems nothing can get in her way and prevent her from having a perfectly organised home. Well, if she can do it, you can do it too!

Jen’s Blog: http://www.iheartorganizing.com

Twitter: @IHeartOrganize

3. A Slob Comes Clean

Dana K. White’s blog A Slob Comes Clean made the top 3 of our list, because it is reality-based and down to earth. You may not get the feeling that cleaning and organising is cool while browsing through the pages of her blog, but you will get the job done and as you will find out – you don’t even need to be born organized!

Cry tears from laughter when reading the tried and true recipes, methods and the author’s mishaps! Witness Dana’s deslobification process in real-time to become a part of a cleaning journey that is as real as it gets!

Dana’s Blog: http://www.aslobcomesclean.com

Twitter: @ASlobComesClean

4. Clean and Scentsible

Jenn from Clean and Scentsible is another home organisation and cleaning guru we just love! Her tips are easy to implement and her projects are a true inspiration to everyone who is just getting into homemaking, DIY and decor.

Jenn’s Blog: http://www.cleanandscentsible.com

Twitter: @Cleanscents

5. Recycled Interiors

This blog made our list because it emphasizes on something important, a type of cleaning that not only benefits us, but the environment too. We believe that there is no cleaning a cluttered house and where there’s clutter there’s a few things you can do – use, reuse, repurpose, recycle, donate or throw away. In Recycled Interiors, you will be given the opportunity to browse and choose from a number of creative upcycling projects and tips on how to live a more sustainable, frugal and simple lifestyle.

Helen’s Blog:  http://recycledinteriors.org

Twitter: @Helen_Creates

6. ​Nature’s Nurture

Sarah is a true inspiration to everyone who wants to live a simpler, greener, more sustainable life. Nature’s Nurture is full of inspiration and useful advice on how to detox your home, body and mind. Her motto is: “Live simply so that others may simply live.”

Sarah’s Blog: http://naturesnurtureblog.com

Twitter: @NaturesNurture

7. Organizing Junkie

Organizing Junkie is the best place for all you OCD freaks out there! You know who you are! If you are anything like Laura you too should be able to get your high from checking out her cleaning and organising tips. There’s a lot of advice on how to clean different areas, de-clutter your home and organise your items but one thing other blogs are missing and Organizing Junkie has is a compehensive menu plan.

Laura’s Blog: http://orgjunkie.com

Twitter: @orgjunkie

8. The Marathon Mom

Being a homemaker and a mom of 9… yes, you heard it right, 9 kids is definitely not a sprint, but a marathon. On The Marathon Mom you won’t find as many printables and green cleaning recipes, but you will learn a whole lot about homeschooling, keeping fit, being a mum to what is nearly a soccer team and staying organised. As Brandy says herself, feel free to kick off your shoes and stay awhile.

Brandy’s Blog: http://themarathonmom.com

Twitter: @The_MarathonMom

9. Organizing Homelife

What we loved about the Organizing Homelife blog is how seamless Ginny makes it all look – while organising a home and homeschooling four kids, she cleans, organizes, cooks, blogs and completes DIY project like it’s no big deal. If you are anything like her and feel life can’t get any busier, check out her tips and free printables for more inspiration and help in getting everything in good order.

Ginny’s Blog: http://www.organizinghomelife.com

Twitter: @OrganizingHome

10. Life Your Way

It should come as no surprise that this one had us at the title. Life Your Way is all about conscious living where life doesn’t just happen, but it is what you make it. Mandi is a wife and stay-at-home, homeschooling mom to 6 kids, so if there’s anyone who knows about the challenges of raising kids and keeping a house, life and mind organised, it is her. On Life Your Way, you will find plenty of resources and first-hand tips on cleaning and housekeeping, homeschooling, working from home and life with that many kiddos.

Mandi’s Blog: http://lifeyourway.net

Twitter: @life_yourway

11. Joyful Homemaking

This one, as the name suggests, is all about the joys of being a housewife and making a house feel like home. With amazing DIY tutorials and mouth-watering recipes, Margo successfully manages to provide much-needed advice and encouragement to the soul.

Margo’s Blog: https://joyfulhomemaking.com

Twitter: @JHomemaking

12. I Hate Cleaning

It may come as a surprise that some good advice can come from a person who claims to “hate cleaning”, but it’s sometimes the slobs that come up with the easiest and most enjoyable solutions to sluggish chores. In Lana Jane Fox’s case, you will be taken on a journey from zero interest towards cleaning to love for all things organised. As a young housewife what Lana lacks in experience she makes up in inspiring confessions and interesting stories about her experiences as a newly-wed.

Lana’s Blog: http://ihatecleaning.com.au

Twitter: @lanajanefox

13. Tidy Mom

This one is a treasure trove of homemaking ideas. From neat tips and tricks how to prevent messes and keep your home(and even car) clean and organised, to recipes that will have your mouth watering and seasonal DIY projects to scratch your creative itch. Tidy Mom’s got you covered!

Cheryl’s Blog: http://tidymom.net

Twitter: @TidyMom

14. Clutter Busting

Brooks has made it his mission to help people remove the clutter away from their lives as well as their souls. His blog offers insightful advice on how to spot what is unnecessary in your life and what drags you down. Letting go of clutter lets in the light, as he puts it. We included Clutter Busting here, because going trough the blog it left us lighthearted and motivated, and we are sure it will do it for you too.

Brooks’ Blog: http://clutterbusting.com

Twitter: @BrooksSaysHi

15. The Organised Housewife

Kat is a mother of three, and she contributes her passion for organising to them and her grandmother being her role model. Keeping a neat and tidy house is important to this Aussie super mom, and she has created very helpful guides to help you learn easily what she has trough trials and tribulations. She also offers cute printables to help streamline the organisation of your home.

Kat’s Blog: https://theorganisedhousewife.com.au

Twitter: @Organised_House

16. Apartment Therapy

We are willing to bet Maxwell was the first ever apartment therapist. Before he created the awesome site on which he shares his decluttering wisdom today, he used to work with clients individually. His expertise in interior design pairs perfectly with his philosophy of simplicity, clutter elimination and healthy living, to deliver valuable insight how to improve the quality of your life by improving your living space.

Maxwell’s Site: http://www.apartmenttherapy.com

Twitter: @maxwellat

17. Mrs. Organised

Another great blog from Oz. Not sure if the pun in the name is intended, but we love it none the less. Sandie loves organising and is a magician at juggling tasks because of it. Hop on her site and check her guides. Or even gather ideas for delicious lunchbox surprises to prepare for your children!

Sandie’s Blog: http://www.mrsorganised.com.au

Twitter: @MrsOrganised


 

Hope we gave you enough useful motivating resources and reads. We don’t clean for the sake of cleaning, except Nate(No offence, mate). We clean and organise  to create a more pleasant environment where we can let our creativity and happiness flourish unhindered. We put things in order to open up space for fun and to save time which can be better spend on the things we love, instead of digging trough piles of stuff looking for our things.

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