Spring cleaning is a normal routine after the long winter months.
It is not only about sprucing up your homes, but also your finances. Here's how to do it.Spring cleaning should be started from the top and move downwards. Beddings should be cleaned first.
Next should be lights and fixtures on the ceiling and walls. Then turn to the walls and doors. Dust them thoroughly. Then come the windows and blinds, followed by appliances. Cabinets and cupboards are next in the line. Mopping and fixing repairs come last.
Financial spring cleaning should involve reviewing your annual credit report, organizing required documents and trashing the unwanted ones, reviewing your insurance policies and budget allocations, paying off outstanding debts and de-cluttering through donations.
Organize all your financial, academic and employment documents. Trash all the unused books, CDs, hard copies of past paid bills. Donate excess storage food, outdated and ill fitting clothing, furniture or equipment you are have not been using.