It seems I have jumped into an age old ritual without realizing I was doing it. Spring Cleaning.
This morning I found myself sucking up dust bunnies, reorganizing books, putting pilly sweaters from the top-shelf of the closet into the donation bag, filing that pile of papers that had taken over my dresser....
I even went so far as to buy a pot of daffodils.
I have never been a formal Spring cleaner, but when life gets a little dissarayed, I feel like I can think better when things are tidy. As someone who is generally un-tidy (I'm not a slob mind you, I'm just friggin' busy ok!!), a simple thing like buying a new fluffy pillow and putting clean sheets on the bed can really do wonders for my sanity, clarity and overall well-being. (You know, for when the bacon and martinis just aren't enough).
I figured I should commit to this thing and so I turned to the experts to see what they had to say on the subject. There are some great tips out there. So put down the bacon and start cleanin'!
Here is TipNut's ultimate Spring Cleaning Guide
Your computer could use a little spring sprucing up too! Courtesy of Geek Sugar.
And then what to do with all your Spring Cleaning waste? SF Gate says recycle of course!