Unfuck Your Habitat

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Asker dthemod Asks:
So I never make my bed and I just read that post you linked from someone else who was also not a bed-maker and I think I'm going to try making my bed now.
unfuckyourhabitat unfuckyourhabitat Said:

I am high fiving you through the computer AT THIS VERY MOMENT.

i just wanted to drop some love to you AND your followers. i love seeing the before-and-afters, and i'm so proud of the people who post them. keep on keepin' on, guys!
unfuckyourhabitat unfuckyourhabitat Said:

People love your before and afters, everyone! Keep ‘em coming, even if you think your after looks like someone else’s before. We’re all about celebrating what you’ve accomplished, no matter how small!

You deleted the fact I said you don't need to make your bed the moment you wake up? I have screenshots, if you want to argue.
unfuckyourhabitat unfuckyourhabitat Said:

If you post two replies on the same post, the second one overwrites the first. Someone could delete a post, but not someone else’s individual reply to that post. I posted a response to both of your replies (because they still show up individually in my activity feed, if not on the actual post) just a minute ago.

ETA: That was a lot of use of the word “post” for one paragraph. Sorry.

sylviasatterthwaites replied to your post “Make your bed!”

My new matress just told me that I should air it every day. Is this something you’ve answered? Because it seems that people who don’t make their beds the moment they get out of them are benefiting.
Okay, this isn’t something you’ve answered. I looked. Making your bed isn’t something you should do at the moment you wake up. Please let your followers know.

This

is

something

I

have

answered

once

or

twice.

  • Wash the dishes in your sink
  • Get your outfit for tomorrow together, including accessories
  • Set up coffee/tea/breakfast
  • Make your lunch
  • Put your keys somewhere obvious
  • Wash your face and brush your teeth
  • Charge your electronics
  • Pour a little cleaner in the toilet bowl (if you don’t have pets or children or sleepwalking adults)
  • Set your alarm
  • Go to bed at a reasonable hour

Excuses are boring.

rayrayslife:

The kitchen is done!

It only took me all day and a bloody knuckle, but it is clean. It looks like it was a lot easier than it really was, since I had to mop and scrub the floor, too, which was super disgusting.

Does anyone have any suggestions for cleaning the crevices between stoves and counters? I’m too afraid to move the stove and my hand doesn’t even fit in the space, it was hard enough getting the broom in there.

tinyflowerpetal:

Did a miniature unfucking of my bedroom today. I was so depressed that I didn’t feel like cleaning and my room was getting so dirty that it made me even more depressed. I feel much better now.

  • Wash the dishes in your sink
  • Get your outfit for tomorrow together, including accessories
  • Set up coffee/tea/breakfast
  • Make your lunch
  • Put your keys somewhere obvious
  • Wash your face and brush your teeth
  • Charge your electronics
  • Pour a little cleaner in the toilet bowl (if you don’t have pets or children or sleepwalking adults)
  • Set your alarm
  • Go to bed at a reasonable hour

bleibimmerduselbst:

I moved into this apartment about two months ago and I was surprised how much I managed to mess up the closet in that time.  But it looks better now.

kanarcia:

I’ve spent a lot of time the past couple of weeks unfucking things around the house. I got back not too long ago from studying abroad, and have decided to move back in at home. Unfortunately, three years of not living somewhere and “just dropping this off really fast” add up pretty quickly…

I spent the first set of 20/10s cleaning the upstairs bedroom until my family decided to move the furniture when I was gone, essentially undoing all my work. It was frustrating, but I eventually worked past it and finished with the final product seen above! 

Now on to the basement….

Excuses are boring.

  • Wash the dishes in your sink
  • Get your outfit for tomorrow together, including accessories
  • Set up coffee/tea/breakfast
  • Make your lunch
  • Put your keys somewhere obvious
  • Wash your face and brush your teeth
  • Charge your electronics
  • Pour a little cleaner in the toilet bowl (if you don’t have pets or children or sleepwalking adults)
  • Set your alarm
  • Go to bed at a reasonable hour

iliveinthemiddleofnowhere:

This was a gigantic undertaking. It took two days and a myriad of panic attacks over spiders to go through every single drawer, the closet, all my clothes, and organize them. Everything has a place. This is the cleanest it’s been in a LONG time. ITS AWESOME!

persephonemag:

Ask UfYH: How the Hell Do You Clean an Oven?

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I put out a call on Twitter and Tumblr asking people the one thing they wish someone had explained to them how to clean, and the answer was overwhelmingly “ovens.” Googling “how to clean an oven” will yield you a lot of advice, mostly contradictory, so I’m going to try to break it down by method and take a look at the pros and cons of each. As with everything, people’s experiences will vary,…

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