The simplest way to keep your home reliably clean? Stick to a cleaning schedule. It’s not as daunting as it sounds. On the contrary, when set up correctly, it’s quite the opposite. “A whole-home cleaning schedule allows you to feel less stressed because you know that neat and tidy isn’t ever too far out of reach,” says Aby Garvey, organizing and productivity expert at Simplify 101.
If a home is listed as “Active, subject to inspection,” the buyer and seller have signed a purchase agreement (contract), but the buyer is allowed to cancel the deal if the buyer does not like the results of the home inspection. Usually these inspections take place a few days after the purchase agreement is signed. The contingency is removed after the buyer is satisfied with the inspection results.
Even with a solid watering schedule, you should check the soil often to make sure your garden is getting enough water (and not too much!). It’s as simple as feeling the soil. If you can make a moist ball with the soil in the palm of your hand, it’s watered enough. If it starts to fall apart or feels cracked and hard, it will need some additional watering.
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