It’s time to come clean…(big news!)

I’ve been working on a secret project for quite some time now. Now I finally get to tell you all about it…I’m releasing a new book!

I’ve been bursting to tell you my big news for months, but somehow I managed to keep my secret project under wraps. I was asked to write a book! I am thrilled to announce that I have a brand new book coming out.

The Clean Home is the ultimate guide you need to transform your home from an overwhelming mess to a tidy and tranquil space. Your home should be a place of relaxation and enjoyment, not stress and The Clean Home will help you do so in a way that works for you. 

Published by Pan Macmillan, The Clean Home will officially come out on 13 September, but guess what? You can pre-order your copy now! It is available at all major retailers and in my shop Organised HQ.

I know how it feels to come home to clutter and chaos. That was me once too, before I worked out routines to keep it all under control. It’s stressful when you have to clean the kitchen before you can cook a meal, or clear away clutter so the kids have room to do homework. Not to mention that feeling you get when guests pop by or visitors come to stay! But ultimately I want you to follow the guides in the book, so you can feel relaxed and at peace in your own home. 

By adopting daily and weekly routines (which I share in the book), you’ll find that keeping your home clean becomes second nature and everything doesn’t pile up, waiting for ‘that day’ when you finally have time.

Everyone’s time availability and cleaning preferences are different, which is why this book lists lots of suggestions so you can adopt the pieces of advice that work best for you and your pockets of time. There’s no pressure for everything to be immaculate (unless you want it to be)! I encourage everyone to embrace my motto – ‘imperfectly perfect is good enough’. 

The Clean Home is a great reference guide for anyone and makes a great gift for young people who have recently moved out of home (I wrote it with my twins in mind as they may be moving out within the next year). You’ll learn lots of super handy tips and tricks to make cleaning easier and more effective. You may even save money if you’re keen to make your own cleaning products (but you don’t have to) or by cleaning something yourself instead of booking a professional.

It’s all comes down to balance, routine and learning to embrace imperfectly perfect standards. 

 Katrina Springer, The Clean Home

Household cleaning tasks are listed in alphabetical order along with easy, step-by-step instructions. Let’s say you notice the curtains are dusty but you’re not sure how to clean them without damaging them. Flick to ‘Curtains’ in the book for a quick run down on what you need to do, outlined in the simplest way possible.

The book also serves as a great reminder to clean the things we often forget about, such as exhaust fans, appliances and many others. Keeping electronic items clean ensures they don’t get clogged up with dust which can shorten the product’s lifespan. 

Hygiene of personal items is another topic explored in the book. Cleaning items such sponges, makeup brushes, pillows and mattresses is really important to avoid the spread of harmful bacteria, minimise allergies and protect your family’s health. 

Throughout The Clean Home, I list all the supplies and steps needed to easily clean the kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, laundry, and more. 

  • Cleaning task checklists by room
  • How often to complete tasks 
  • Easy to follow how-to steps
  • Recommended cleaners and tools for each task
  • Practical guide to including kids in cleaning

I can’t wait to share this book with you. I’ve loved pulling together all my tips and tricks into one handy book that I genuinely hope helps create calmness in your home. Creating cleaning routines can be a fantastic stress reliever. It doesn’t take long once you know how.

PREORDER your copy today to free yourself from clutter and mess and make more time for life. The Clean Home will be available from 13th September 2022. 

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