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1. Peer Under Your Bed

Your bed is tied closely to your personal energy, but we often forgot or avoid cleaning underneath. While you’re down there, maybe it’s time to reorganize and clear out anything you have stored that hasn’t been used in the last three years. Donate to those than can use them. Clutter under the bed symbolizes subconscious blocks in your personal life and relationships. After you’ve cleared out underneath your bed, clean up the dust with a vacuum, or my favorite eco-cleaning tool is a microfiber mop or cloth. Not only does the microfiber do a superb job of picking up the dust and dirt without water, it’s reusable. You can throw it in the wash and use it over and over again.  

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  1. Charles Neslon August 18, 2014 at 2:39 pm

    I liked what you had to say about with opening and cleaning the windows. This is my favorite part of spring cleaning. It seems to make the whole process a lot more bearable to me.

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