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Holiday Clean Up with Mean Green

**I received a free products to facilitate my review and help write my Holiday Clean Up with Mean Green post. I was not required to write a positive review in any way. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC Regulations.Holiday Clean Up with Mean GreenChristmas is fast approaching and I am already overwhelmed. This year we will have not just our family but our hockey players as well. If you have followed some of my past remodeling posts you might remembered we refinished our entire basement. This was to host hockey players down there. They come in from all over the world and play for our local NAHL team. They are a talented bunch of guys who really have devoted their lives to the sport in hope to sign with colleges. It has been such a great experience for our family.

It has also been a gigantic learning experience. I now have teenagers in and out of my home where we once only had our nine year old. Talk about adjustments. With the Holidays coming I needed a game plan because I don’t want to be embarrassed by my homes state. The first thing I have control over is the organization and cleanliness of our home.

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 Instead of stressing over the amount of work cleaning up will be. Have a plan and use quality products! I could not stress to you enough that using quality products really do make the difference. Check out the Mean Green line of products I swear by them!!

My next piece of free advice on getting ready for the Holiday Clean Up with Mean Green?? Ask for help. I know I am not the only parent who feels overwhelmed. Yet, we rarely ask for help. No one in my house can read my mind. Even if I have asked for help and they managed to wiggle out of dong something this is the time to remind them. I am not suggesting you nag them but Tis the Season of giving. I am sure they do not want their dirty laundry out when company comes over.

Holiday Clean Up with Mean Green

My last piece of advice before the Holiday Season is in full swing? Enjoy it! Stop stressing over all the small little things and remember to enjoy it. These years are precious. Try not to waste them.