Dishes That Stay In The Kitchen Get Washed

Dishes Can Get Washed By You…

Have you ever walked into your kitchen and turned around.   I know I have. Dishes are everywhere. The kitchen has dishes in the sink. Garbage all over the floor that you cannot even get in your kitchen to eat so what do you do?  Go out to eat? Well, there went that money you were saving to buy diapers or milk.

I want to help you where you walk into your kitchen and it is your place where you hang out all day.

Making healthy meals for your family, not the oops I forgot to wash a spoon better eat your cereal with a fork.  The problem with that is no milk to grow healthy bones.

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Dishes are not the enemy

Join my journey of a stressed free day of not worrying about your kitchen because it’s clean and it smells like gardenias.

The first step is to buy this book it will change your life 100%.  How to Manage Your Home Without Losing Your Mind by Dana K. White from A Slob Comes Clean.  She is my soul sister, someone who knows what I go through every day and she is my support team.  I have never met Dana but I am excited to put all her implements to use so I have a stress free life which starts with washing the dreaded dishes.

Now you that you have this book in your hand.  Go do your dishes

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Dishes are washed by you

Tips on making the process easier

  1. Wipe Food Off  the dishes

  2. Rinse dishes

  3. Don’t put it off

  4. Use Hot Soapy water

  5. Don’t put dirty dishes in the sink — put the dishes in a bin close to the sink that way you always have a clean sink when you need to use it.

  6. Keep an extra bin in your clean sink. That way you when you are ready to wash dishes you can fill it with hot water and put a couple of drops of soap in it–saves time and water.

  7. Wash dishes in order–cleanest to dirtiest.

  8. Glasses

  9. Silverware

  10. Plates

  11. Pots and Pans–a good idea is to fill up pans to soak while you start on glasses

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