This post is for Cass from Frugal Family who posted with her lovely comment.
Dear GG, my little girl is 11 and she is sooooo messy. Her bedroom is always a mess and I’m always having to tell her to tidy up so I wanted to ask you if your bedroom was tidy x
So, I’m going to give you a list of tips for keeping your bedroom tidy as I had a massive clear out the other weekend. Usually my bedroom is a mess but I have lots of tips!
5 tips for keeping your bedroom tidy:
- Always keep your books in alphabetical order. It never stays that way but still…
- Try and keep your all your nail polish in the drawers at all times. I smashed a bottle of red nail polish on the white carpet last week. Mum screamed and I screamed and Dad screamed and… Well, you get the idea. (By the way, Rug Doctor does not remove all stains).
- Leave the window open. I have a feeling that when I’m away the cleaning pixie will come in and clean up my room. It has never happened yet but I believe it is still possible.
- Parents, check on your kids room every nanosecond to see if they have kept it tidy. Actually, It’s just easier to stay in their room.
- Put every thing away as soon as you finish with it. My mum went to Specsavers and today the thought she had lost the vegetable knife. It was in its usual place, so I said she should have gone to Specsavers. Thing is, she’s already been to Specsavers. As we speak my mum is worrying about where the butter is…
Er, um I do have lots of tips but the fluster of writing it on a Tuesday is making me forget things. Now there’s a tip – plan ahead and don’t leave everything to the last-minute. That’s how things get messy!
- Fold everything.
- Keep everything colour coded
- Have a list of things you need to do.
- Have high-tech security system so that Bug can’t get in.
So, using this amazing information I have so nicely given you, your bedroom will suddenly be clean! Maybe…
What tips to do you have for children for keeping your bedroom tidy?
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