Join in with me other women who will be taking the 31 Days to Clean challenge!
31 Days to Clean is much more than a “how to” book it speaks right to the heart of the homemaker. It is a challenge to change your thinking and re-prioritize. Cleaning is essential to making a home, without having our hearts in order first; it is just chasing the wind.
31 Days to Clean is about the “why” and the vision and the heart for taking care of our homes. Each day we will be encouraged with some thoughts and ideas, and then we put these ideas to action.
After each days reading, we will be given two challenges:
The Mary Challenge -Something you do that encourages/engages your heart
The Martha Spring Clean Challenge – Specific cleaning tasks
Be sure to buy a copy it’s only $4.99. It is available as a PDF here.
Day 1 – Why Clean?
Day 2 – Created to Give Life
Day 3 – 10 Ways to Give Life to Your Home
Day 4 – A Place to Put Your Feet Up
Day 5 – Priorities
Day 6 – The Six List
Day 7 – The Curse (What We’re Up Against)
Day 8 – Overcoming the Curse
Day 9 – Confronting Laziness
Day 10 – Feeling Overwhelmed
Day 11 – Limitations
Day 12 – The Thing We All Have in Common – Imperfection
Day 13 – Fighting Fatigue
Day 14 – The Secret to Having Energy
Day 15 – I’d Rather Do Anything But Clean
Day 16 – Willing Hands
Day 17 – Your Cleaning Style
Day 18 – Making Your Personality Work for You
Day 19 – Finding Joy in the Self-Disciplined Life
Day 20 – Time
Day 21 – The Importance of a Plan
Day 22 – Developing a Workable Schedule
Day 23 – Dealing with Distractions
Day 24 – Organization
Day 25 – The High-Low Cycle
Day 26 – Laundry
Day 27 – Becoming Friends with Goodwill
Day 28 – Who Are You Trying to Please?
Day 29 – To Hire Help or Not to Hire Help?
Day 30 – Contentment in Your Season of Life
Day 31 – Balancing it All
About the Author
Sarah Mae has a past that would be her present if it weren’t for Jesus; His wild saving grace and gentle leading keep her in awe. She is the wife of Jesse and the mommy of two lovely daughters and one busy little boy. She writes at LikeaWarmCupofCoffee.com, and RaisingHomemakers.com. She is also the co-host of the Christian women’s blogging conference, Relevant.