Blog Profiles: Spring Cleaning Blogs

Welcome to Blog Profiles! Each week, we select a topic and handful of blogs that do a great job contributing to the conversation. This week’s edition is shining the spotlight on a few standout spring cleaning blogs to help you get motivated. Do you have a blog that deserves recognition? Tweet our writers at @BeyondBylines. 

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Just in Time to Smell the Roses: These Four Blogs Will Help You Spring into Action

While we all cherish those special individuals in our life – the ones that live by their color-coded passion planner, likely synced with their color-coded iCal – I, my friends, am admittedly not that person.

Sure, there are moments where I get a spark of inspiration to start anew and tap into my – however dormant— Type-A craze to clean. But as with most things, that ich to organize is eventually overshadowed by the stack of papers that may (but will probably not) prove valuable. Not to mention the infamous treasure trove of knick-knacks (a.k.a. junk drawer) that will obviously come in clutch should I desire to MacGyver the next TikTok worthy #LifeHack.

That said, I set out on a mission to make moves – if nothing more, for the sake of spotlighting some quality content – and let me say, spring has never smelled so fresh.

May the following picks bring you as much joy as we come together to eradicate springtime sadness, one reusable paper towel at a time!

1. A Slob Comes Clean

Hi!  I’m Cory Max… and this pick read my “Slob Brain” to filth, with arguably the most relatable, yet whimsically eloquent welcome note published to date.

For those of you that carry the self-awareness to know when your clutter is beginning to infringe upon your sanity (me?), but the pride that prevents you from actually acknowledging it, allow me to change your game. Join in as we follow the completely honest (and never-ending) story of Ms. Dana K. White’s personal “deslobification” process.

Recommended reads:

Follow @ASlobComesClean on Facebook.

2. A Bowl Full of Lemons

For those that are inhibited by the perplexing conundrum of where to start, pour a tall glass of refreshing lemonade because this pick is for us. Wasting no time, ABFOL has an entire section entitled Begin Here, as if they knew my future frazzled self would inevitably stumble upon their glorious hub of tips and housecleaning tricks.

In which case, allow me to announce that I have officially arrived and that present me thanks Toni and her wonderful community for always thinking three spotless steps ahead!

Posts you need to check out:

Follow @abowlfulloflemons on Instagram.

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Credit: @abowlfulloflemons on Instagram

3. Clutterbug 

Something I never imagined I would say, write or SHARE, but it is 2021 and I am apparently a Ladybug.

As a fellow self-proclaimed “recovering Super Slob,” Cas, the brilliant mind behind Clutterbug, taps into a mixed-media approach to share The Clutterbug Philosophy with those of us that were previously oblivious to our innate organizing style.

So, if you don’t know [which bug you are], now you know. Well, at least you will once you click here to take a quick quiz, before sharing your style with me @cmaxxm because my ladybug wings are feeling a little exposed.

Here are a few helpful posts:

Follow @Clutterbug.Me on Facebook.

4. One Good Thing

More like one good thing after the next, so don’t let the name fool you as Jillee and her team bring forth countless gems.

This pick is ultimately a one-stop shop for useful, practical solutions that allow us to spend less time tidying and more time #living.

Must-reads:

Follow @byjillee on Twitter.

IN CLOSING…

Well, we’ve made it through another month, and I think that is something we can all be proud of because let’s face it, sometimes life is messy. For those of you that are still working up the might to scrub away the physical clutter, might I recommend looking inward, as I was recently reminded that clean living often starts from within: New year, new fears, stresses, and self-judgment. Here are a few blogs to inspire a healthier 2021.

Still need a little extra push? Stress not, here are my top picks in honor of Stress Awareness Month!

Until next time – Cheers Friends

P.S. Ever wonder how we come up with ideas for our blog profiles? Our handy list of industries and subjects on PR Newswire for Journalists stays top of mind. If you’re a blogger or journalist looking for home improvement news, let us know. We can customize a newsfeed for you.

Cory Max Montoya is a Sr. Account Executive at PR Newswire. When he’s not working, he can be found on the trail, down the digital rabbit hole, or with his Niece, who continues to remind him that life is a gift to be treasured and celebrated.

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