The season of Advent is approaching by leaps and bounds. Not only will you once again be searching for the perfect gift for your loved ones, but you will also be baking, cleaning, and preparing to make sure everything is perfect.
For many of us, cleaning is an annual event that we want to avoid. There are many cleaning companies that offer perfect in-home cleaning services without having to do the chores ourselves. However, not everyone can afford to hire such companies for cleaning, so we have to clean our apartments to the best of our ability. This is why it is common to do a major cleaning before Christmas and pay attention to every corner of the room for forgotten items.
Where to start is always a problem, and when you start, you wonder when it will be finished. If you have children, you know the importance of cleaning. No matter what you clean, soon the pets will make a mess, or they will do the cleaning themselves, and your schedule will look different.
But why have a house that fits the mold: …… Why do we mindlessly devote ourselves to cleaning? It\’s an incredible chore that no one appreciates anyway, it\’s stressful, and it does nothing for the beauty of Christmas. I don\’t mean to deny the importance of regular cleaning and the occasional sweep to clear out the spiders in forgotten places, but why make “Christmas cleaning” overkill? After all, Advent is always a time of peace and unity. It is a time when families visit one another and preparations for Christmas begin, but no one gets carried away. Advent is a time of anticipation for Christmas, when children write letters to Santa Claus and ask him what gifts they want for Christmas. It is also the season when the apartment smells of vanilla and small children and their partners sneak in for sweets.
So why not take the time to clear out the forgotten spiders and enjoy the places you\’ve stayed away from all year long? And instead of freaking out about the perfect sweep, go out alone, with the kids, or just with your partner for a walk, a dog walk, a quick dinner, or just to soak up the Christmas spirit of the neighborhood. Take a walk in the park if you need to recharge your batteries. Or take advantage of the city\’s Christmas decorations and draw energy and serenity from a stroll through the streets and pre-Christmas markets
After all, the magic is in each of us. It is not so much about the Christmas season as it is about our peace of mind. We are in a rush all year round: …… Why not slow down once in a while?