There is one thing I miss on television, more than just about any other show. I would even be content to watch repeats, but they are scarcely, if ever, even on. What show is that? Do you recognize that guy over there? Yes, that’s Eric Stromer and I adored the show Clean Sweep (yeah and Eric was nice to look at too!).
I was channel surfing a few weeks ago, and came across two shows that were desperate attempts to be “clean sweep” oriented, but no such luck. One of my favorite things about Clean Sweep (besides the fact that I used to get useful tips on storing and purging things) was Eric’s ability to create these really amazing storage pieces, out of practically nothing or on a very tight budget. Guess what? The average person has a pretty tight budget, so this show was right up my alley.
Whenever I am cleaning any area of my home, I now use the Keep, Sell, Toss method of organizing the items, and I also know to pull everything out of the area before putting it back together. While I am not even going to pretend my house is all clean and organized (hardly! I have five kids!) it is definitely better than it ever has been before and there are two things that have contributed immensly to this – Clean Sweep techniques and the fact that we are living a more frugal, sensible, simple life! I love it!
Do you miss Clean Sweep as much as I do?