April is the time to have the ultimate spring cleaning session. With coronavirus Reaching its peak in many states, US citizens will isolate themselves in their homes for at least a few more weeks.
Take this time to go through your cabinets, cupboards, shelves, etc., as it has probably been a long time since they were thoroughly cleaned. AltPress has put together a perfect playlist for all the steps one goes through during the spring cleaning process.
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Let us know which songs you’ll be listening to as you rearrange your space in the comments below. Have a good spring cleaning!
TWIN XL – “Messy”
TWIN XL describe most of our closets and bedrooms right now: messy. Really, no judgment. There’s not much time in the day, and that doesn’t include hanging up all the outfits that haven’t worked in the morning.
The story so far – “Upside down”
The story so far wrap what our house looks like while digging in for a good spring cleaning. You need to put a house upside down so that it looks right side up. Sorry, those are the rules.
Sleeping with mermaids – “Postcards and Polaroids”
Like Sleep with the mermaids, you can find postcards and Polaroids as well as long lost notes, knick knacks and photos in your dressers and drawers. Doing a deep clean has its benefits, and it is in the past. If you’re lucky, you might find some cute (or cranky) memories of your first Distorted tower.
Passion Pit – “Take a Walk”
You can’t do all your spring cleaning at once unless you’re on top of the organization all year round. Passion hole remind us that there is nothing wrong with taking a break. Take a walk away from the dust or watch a Netflix comedy special in the middle of your piles of clothes and random homework pages that you saved from high school for some reason.
MAGIC GIANT – “Disaster Party”
In the middle of your spring cleaning, your house may look worse than it did when it started. It may seem like a small tornado has made its way into your group’s drawer. It’s OK. Turn your disaster into a party with MAGIC GIANT.
blink-182 – “Damn”
There is a good chance that you will say this word several times during the process. Hopefully you don’t step on loose Legos or thumbtacks or else you’ll never stop screaming it. In fact, you don’t even have to be at the spring cleaning to say “Damn”. flash-182 fans are inspired to say it daily because of all the minor inconveniences in life.
K.Flay – “Donor”
Once you’ve sorted out everything you don’t want or need anymore, it’s time to pack up the usable clothes and donate them to local charities. Be a “giver” like K. Flay. Also, if you have group items that you can’t wear but aren’t ready to part with, there are a few ways to reuse them.
All Time Low – “All is well”
After you’ve thrown out the old papers and figured out just what you’re willing to release from your home, it’s time to revamp your closets, shelves, and drawers. Everything is fine. Thanks for the reminder, Lower than ever.
Pink laundry – “Like that like that”
Judah Akers, lead singer of Judah and the lion, recently shared his dynamic solo project Pink laundry. Not only does her new sound bring a refreshing take on alternative rock, but her debut single “Like It Like This” is what we all think of when that latest sweater hangs, the latest book is put aside and the remaining vinyl is filed by. alphabetical order.
What’s on your spring cleaning reading list? Let us know in the comments below.