Time To Clean the Inside of the Conservatory Windows

Clean conservatory windows

Since the conservatory was cleaned a couple of weeks ago, I haven’t really felt the benefit when looking through the windows because the insides were so dirty. So, I found some spray and a clean cloth and gave them a wipe down (not a job that gets done very much at all in this house).

It’s amazing how much brighter the whole room looked afterwards.

Adding a bit more decluttering

Whilst cleaning the windows on the other side of the conservatory, I had to move some magazines and papers out of the way, so I took the time to sort through those as well – most of which got recycled. Slowly, I’m turning this room into a much more pleasant working environment.

Hope you’ve all had a nice day and not worrying too much about the current Coronavirus pandemic. I know that I have followers all over the world so I just hope and pray that you and your families are all safe and well wherever you are.

I cannot believe that it’s April already. I have my ‘March Decluttering Reflections’ post in draft, so I will send an update to you all this evening or tomorrow.

Until then…

Sandra

About Sandra Madeira

I am a full-time working mum with a passion for writing and inspiring others. Subjects I tend to blog about are life skills, parenting, decluttering, worklife balance, etc. At the moment I am on a decluttering mission creating space in my house, garden and mind. I have challenged myself to do at least ten minutes a day and write about it. Have a good day! Sandra Freelance Writer www.sandramadeira.com
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4 Responses to Time To Clean the Inside of the Conservatory Windows

  1. Maria says:

    Well done on tackling the windows –
    I was utterly lazy yesterday, I just wasn’t motivated to do any decluttering, but I’ll be recycling old magazines myself later. My stack has got way out of hand. I always thought I’d go back and read the articles in them over again, but that rarely happened.

    • Thanks for your comment Maria. I know what you mean. I found some still in their cellophane from a couple of years ago that just got left in a pile. I never threw them away because I stopped subscribing and thought I might want to read them one day. I might just give myself permission to flick through them tomorrow and then immediately recycle them.

      • Maria says:

        Sounds like a plan. Grab yourself a drink and put your feet up. Doesn’t matter if they’re out of date, just make sure you do sling them in the recycling though… 🙂

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