Cleaning motivation and entertainment as you trudge through those mundane household chores. Get productive as the host gently talks you through cleaning each area of your home, keeping you focused and on task. You’ll love her candid stories and “whole-house approach” to house cleaning. She took some time off this summer, but now you can clean along with a brand new episode every week!
Whole house cleaning talk through: As the host talks you through cleaning each area of your house, she touches on to do lists and feeling at peace while cleaning. She talks about how she solved a dirty dish dilemma and also how she found a temporary home for a box of books. Let go of perfectionism and clean in order of priority with this motivational episode.
The host talks you through cleaning your entire house. Doing dishes as you go is emphasized during the kitchen segment. Here is the link to buy the “unpaper towels” and unsponges” That were mentioned: https://www.facebook.com/needlebentsewing/
In this hour speed cleaning session, you should be able to at least get your dishes done, pick up your living areas, and straighten up one bathroom. You might also get some decluttering done by throwing away obvious trash. Listen all the way to the end to find out what bonus chores you should do this weekend!
The host, Raani, talks you through cleaning your house and discusses the fact that sometimes people are depressed or have a lot on their plate. Find out another way to use an olive oil dispenser in your kitchen. Question of the day: Should you wait for the dishwasher cycle to end or wash the rest of your dishes by hand? Raani also talks about the new be-all-end -all way of keeping your nails looking their best for ten days or more—even if you wash dishes by hand! As promised, here is the link to get the nail polish strips Raani recommends: https://colorstreet.com/clean Thank you in advance for helping to support the show! But seriously, you are going to want this product anyway!
This is another episode where the host talks you through cleaning your entire house. There’s a reminder about having a launch pad to get you out the door faster, and you will be assigned a special bonus chore involving cleaning wipes. Does your linen closet or coat closet need an overhaul? Now is the time to fix that! Cleaning your house room by room with some “bonus chores” thrown will have it looking it’s best in no time!
The host talks you through cleaning your kitchen and gives you a quick and easy shortcut for washing a sink full of dishes. Another topic covered is weight loss. Find out why the host eats so much and what she plans to do about it.
I am “Nana” aka Grandma Raani, depending on who you ask, but I’m the MOTHER of my own children! In this whole-house cleaning talk through, I discuss again the rudeness of people assuming that I’m my kids’ grandma. Yes, I’ve ranted about this subject before. Special thanks to long-time listener, Anne O, for understanding how I feel when people automatically make that assumption! I also share an idea submitted by Anne about how to leave out your ingredients for tonight’s dinner without making your kitchen look messy. As I talk you through cleaning the entire house, I reveal some solutions I found to some everyday household dilemmas. Is your carpet wearing out in places? Is your video gaming area attracting clutter? Find out what I did about these problems and more!
How to clean your room step by step: This episode is geared toward either a child cleaning his or her room or a parent cleaning a child’s room, but any adult with a messy room would also benefit from cleaning along with this special episode. The host’s youngest son is a guest!
Clean your home room by room along with this motivational podcast. This episode focuses heavily on keeping up on dishes, which is something a lot of us struggle with. The host talks about the fact that your kitchen is the main priority and explains how you can minimize time spent on living areas by implementing practical storage solutions. By the end of the episode your kitchen should be clean, your living areas at least picked up, and you should also get at least one bathroom fully detailed. The last five minutes of the show should be spent in a bedroom. Affiliate link: audibletrial.com/cleanwithme
The hosts talks you through cleaning your entire house while offering a few tips for dealing with depression. This advice is in the context of maintaining a clean home when you are feeling a little down and does not take the place of professional help. I realize there are different levels of depression. Even if you aren’t depressed at all, you will get your house clean with the practical advice offered in this motivational episode.
The host talks you through cleaning your entire house. Although she suggests several possible bonus chores, she encourages you to do at least the minimums plus a little something extra. Affiliate Link: audibletrial.com/cleanwithme
In this episode, the host encourages you to tackle the cleaning project of your choice, and do it while listening. This is the episode you’ve been waiting for where you can wash all your windows or doors, scrub your kitchen floor by hand, clean out your cabinets, or perhaps declutter your wardrobe. You decide what you want to accomplish today! Topics discussed include: “cleaning in layers,” husband and wife relationships, decluttering and donating to thrift stores, and a trick in the kitchen you’ve probably never thought of! Link to Jennifer Welch’s podcast mentioned during shout outs: https://anchor.fm/oldenoughtoknowbetter/episodes/Accents-and-Ways-of-Speaking-e4077j Affiliate link: audibletrial.com/cleanwithme
The host talks you through another routine home cleaning session and reminds you that your future self will appreciate a clean kitchen. As usual, there are some rabbit trails about housekeeping, like why she didn’t used to wash walls. She also gives her best tip for keeping the hand towel on the rack in your kids’ bathroom. Affiliate link: audibletrial.com/cleanwithme
The host talks you through cleaning your entire house, while explaining what NOT to do. As promised, here is the link to the shocking YouTube video she discusses throughout this episode: https://youtu.be/RwzwH2IDz3g She also gives a shoutout to a listener named Misty, which leads to a discussion about other helpful cleaning podcasts. There is also a lot of advice given about keeping your house clean when you have toddlers.
In this whole-house cleaning talk through, the host explores a cleaning question raised in the book, My Sweet Audrina by V.C. Andrews. My Sweet Audrina is kind of racy, but it’s a real page turner if you can handle the gothic horror genre. While on the subject of V.C. Andrews novels, the host laments the fact that the sequel, Whitefern, was a lot more predictable and not as good as My Sweet Audrina. As usual, the episode is mostly about cleaning though. We are now available on the Podcoin app!
The host talks you through cleaning your whole house for guests and encourages you to be more observant when it comes to seeing your home through someone else’s eyes. The main focus of this episode is deep cleaning your kitchen, but as usual, there are lots of tips and tricks mentioned throughout the episode. Even if you aren’t expecting guests for Easter, it’s a good idea to deep clean once in awhile as if you really were having company over.
The host explains her approach to having the whole house clean at the same time as she talks you through cleaning each area of your home. Cleaning by example is also discussed in this motivational episode, which is all about “the whole-house approach.” Questions or comments: email@example.com
The host talks you through cleaning your whole house while touching on ways she is trying to simplify her life. She also talks about which jars make the best drinking glasses and the benefits of having a “launch pad” near the front door.
In this routine whole-house cleaning talk through, the host provides cleaning motivation and warns against “coasting.” Reading fictional novels to relieve stress and cleaning out cat litter boxes are some of the topics covered in this episode.
The host talks you through cleaning your house and touches on spring cleaning as well as just sticking to the routine. She includes a short rant where she laments the fact that someone assumed she was the grandma of a TWELVE year old.
The host talks you through cleaning your entire house as she gives her thoughts on cleaning for company. Do people give your daughters thousands of beads that end up on the floor? De-cluttering using the “one in, one out rule” and donating to charity are other topics addressed in this motivational episode. There is also an emphasis on regular bathroom upkeep.
This whole-house cleaning talk through includes a plan of action for your dirty old throw pillows. The importance of doing dishes each day is emphasized, but there are also some hacks for dealing with dried on food when one has fallen behind. Listen to find out which everyday household liquid removed rust from a relative’s sink and what I think of Elderberry syrup.
This whole-house cleaning talk through is about what to do when you’ve been sick or otherwise hindered from spending much time on housework. Later in the episode, Jemma Stone calls in with a bathroom cleaning dilemma. Kids’ chores are also mentioned.
I explain how I will be titling my episodes going forward and give a couple of shoutouts to people who recently left five star reviews. I talk you through cleaning your house with an emphasis on doing things that help build momentum. One of the household tips mentioned was how I keep trash from blowing all over the yard. Affiliate link: audibletrial.com/cleanwithme
I talk you through cleaning your house and briefly explain my “whole-house approach.” I also give a shout out to some listeners outside of the U.S. who both gave me a 5 star review. Thanks again ladies! Affiliate Link mentioned: audibletrial.com/cleanwithme
I talk you through moving out of your old house and into your next home. I talk about staying organized with a binder, getting quotes when hiring a mover, packing supplies, packing hacks, and cleaning tips when “moving house.”
More cleaning motivation! In this cleaning power hour, I talk you through cleaning your house and discuss some ways to stay motivated by managing your time better. I also talk about a couple of solutions for those of you who keep shoes by the front door.
Interview with a listener about how keeping a tidier home has improved her mental health and lessened her anxiety. We also talked about the spiritual aspect of doing our job as homemakers. The benefits of cooking in cast iron was also discussed. Thanks Olga!
I talk you through cleaning your whole house and even nag you a little about your living areas. And, yes, I tell you all about my mollies, platy fish, and java moss. I also give a shoutout to another podcast called Tech Daily.
I talk you through cleaning your whole house while emphasizing the concept of “cleaning as you go.” We also hear from a brand new listener and fellow podcaster on the subject of laundry. Get some cleaning motivation and catch up on some housework as I talk about improving daily habits.
I talk you through cleaning your house while giving you cleaning motivation and cleaning tips. Is your house decorated? Do you have a coffee station? Can intermittent fasting help you lose weight? Clean with me as I discuss these topics and more.
This speed cleaning talk through will help you prepare for guests on short notice. Yes, I included some quick and dirty tips for hiding your mess! Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and review this podcast if you find it helpful! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I talk you through cleaning your entire house and cover random topics including table leaves and playpens full of laundry. Be sure to listen all the way to the end for a decluttering challenge. Here’s the link to my Instant Pot Spanish rice recipe: https://youtu.be/YQrEpXPUDoU Or look up “Raani Starnes” on YouTube.
I talk you through cleaning your entire house, starting in the kitchen, and I talk a little bit about Christmas shopping and what to have in your freezer and make during the busy holiday season. Hint: It’s a dump dinner for your crockpot or Instant Pot.
Cleaning power hour where I talk you through cleaning your house as I discuss topics including dishwashing detergent, cleaning products in general, decluttering, shoes, saving money on groceries, and looking good for your husband when he gets home.
I talk about deciding what your bare minimum chore list might be on those days when you don’t clean the entire house, weekly cleaning vs. daily cleaning, getting up earlier on days you are going somewhere, laundry struggles, and much, much more.
This relaxed cleaning talk through is about keeping your whole house clean by going into every room and at least checking it. I talk about vacuuming vs. sweeping the kitchen, and I also touch on delegating the vacuuming. This episode is also a commentary on my 20 minute speed cleaning experiment. Affiliate link: audibletrial.com/cleanwithme
How to speed clean your house in 20 minutes! This challenging cleaning talk-through will have you moving quickly to get your home presentable in a short time. (This is not a deep clean. Listen to other episodes for a more thorough and slow-paced approach.) Note: I cleaned along with this after recording and decided I should have only given you one minute to make your bed and had you use that extra minute for more vacuuming time. Comments? Email me: email@example.com
Clean your whole house today with a focus on deep cleaning your living areas. I talk a little about junk drawers, decorating for Christmas, hand-me-down clothing, and more, and I give a shout-out to a Castbox listener who was kind enough to give me a review. Affiliate link: www.audibletrial.com/cleanwithme
This cleaning talk through is almost a cleaning power hour and is all about preparing for Thanksgiving. I give my thoughts on how to have your home company ready, and I also tell you everything I’ll be serving and what I’ll be making the night before. Bonus: I tell you my special green bean casserole recipe that is different than the usual! Happy Thanksgiving, and don’t forget to give me a 5-star rating on Apple podcasts or on the iTunes desktop if you are thankful for this show!
I start out with a couple of shout-outs and then talk you through cleaning your entire house, with some extra deep cleaning chores in the kitchen. I also recommend another cleaning podcast to listen to in addition to mine, and I touch on preparing your kids’ wardrobes for fall and winter. Comments? Email me! firstname.lastname@example.org Affiliate link mentioned in this episode: https://www.audibletrial.com/cleanwithme
In this episode, I remind you to be productive while I explain how to keep your whole house clean all of the time. I talk about my “whole house approach,” which entails things like prioritizing, tidying, and deep cleaning as needed, during a daily walk through of your entire home. I give shoutouts to those who have reviewed me on iTunes, but I also appreciate those of you who may have reviewed me on other apps—and I just didn’t know about it! Please keep those 5-star reviews coming! I can’t thank ya’ll enough!
See how much you can get done in your own home as you listen to me clean for 35 minutes. I also talk a little bit about delegating chores to kids, the changing weather, and organizing my fall wardrobe. Don’t forget to subscribe and give me a positive review! Thanks in advance!
Cleaning Power Hour (and a half) Listen to me clean in real time as I describe what I am doing. I also give you some ideas for additional chores to do at the end of your routine cleaning session. This is a long episode, so you will get a lot done! You may need to turn the volume up and down at times because I was recording on a Bluetooth, but the sound quality is much better in most of the past episodes and should be even better in the future
Cleaning motivation podcast about how to get started cleaning your house and what to clean first. This first episode includes a brief introduction explaining what Clean with Me is all about. Affiliate link: audibletrial.com/cleanwithme