Spring season brings open windows, sunshine, warm days, and clean houses. What would be a daunting task to most is made easier by the use of technology. From tidying up the closets to cleaning out the shed, luckily there is an app for that.
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Of course. Get your significant other to help out around the house, the kids, the teenagers, everyone! Everyone will be begging to do chores to get their chosen rewards.
While wandering around the cleaning aisle at the local store, be sure to use the GoodGuide app to navigate to the most reliable products. GoodGuide gives ratings on over 200,000 products based on their ingredients to determine if they are healthy, green, and acceptable products to use in the home. This app goes as far as to give information on the manufacturer for each product. Simply type in a specific product or scan the barcode to view the details on the best products for spring cleaning.
If a there is a spring cleaning task that seems too daunting to tackle alone, the Handy app can help. If you need a professional cleaner, plumber, or painter, Handy has the contact information of a professional ready to take on the task. All professionals that use the Handy platform are friendly, reliable, and screened for a background check. Simply find who you need, schedule a time slot, and a pro will be at your door.
If there is ever a household chore that seems terrifying, it’s fileing all those bank statements, tax information, bills, and other important documents. FileThis app organizes important documents in one easy-to-use place that is kept safe through bank-level security. FileThis creates payment reminders, organizes documents, and keeps track of receipts and accounts while storing them in one place for easy access. FileThis also lends support from Dropbox, Evernote, Amazon Cloud and more for easy storage.
The to-do list for spring cleaning seems to be never ending, but what better way to get started tackling the mundane than by using technology. Spring cleaning has never been easier.
Kimberly Lewis is a graduate of Northern Kentucky University with a Bachelor’s Degree in education. She taught science at the Warren County Alternative School before choosing to continue her love of writing as a freelancer while at home raising her two children.