The creator of the popular cleaning website Clean Mama and author of Clean Mama’s Guide to a Healthy Home shows you how to establish systems and rituals to transform your home into a clean, organized, and comfortable space for you and your family.
We all want our homes to be cozy and comfortable spaces where we can leave the challenges of the outside world behind and connect with our families. But too often the mess and disorder only add stress.
For years, Becky Rapinchuk has taught people how to simplify and improve cleaning routines, and now she reveals a game-changing method to help us find joy and make our chores effortless. By pairing up systems—how we get things done so that they become automatic—with rituals—tasks that bring calm and happiness—we can feel more at peace in our homes.
Walking readers through each room of the house, Rapinchuk shows how to put new systems and rituals in place that will make the whole home operate more efficiently. Featuring decision trees, checklists, and space to reflect and record progress, Clean Mama’s Guide to a Peaceful Home makes homekeeping a breeze, allowing us to slow down and focus on the things that really matter.
About the Author
BECKY RAPINCHUK is the founder of Clean Mama, the most popular cleaning website in with world. The Clean Mama empire spans several highly successful businesses, including a membership-only monthly subscription, an organic cleaning line, a paper goods company, and an online community. Rapinchuk is the homecare expert for Scotch-Brite and has also worked with a variety of brands as an ambassador or brand affiliate, including Dyson, Home Depot, SC Johnson, Martha Stewart, Bissell, Casabella, Murchison-Hume, The Laundress, Aprilaire, and Neato Robotics. Rapinchuk is an online columnist for Better Homes & Gardens, the housekeeping expert on Answers.com, and a regular home expert for Real Simple, the New York Times, Bon Appetit, Better Homes & Gardens, HGTV Magazine, InStyle, Shape, Oprah.com, Houzz, Refinery29, and others.
“Sometimes staying on top of cleaning, organizing, inventorying, laundering, decluttering and all the other “I’m an adult now” words that end in “ing” can be (here comes another “ing” word!): exhausting. Becky’s advice for setting up better systems and auto-pilot routines can actually bring peace and more time to connect as a family because they free up time to do much more fun things than cleaning! Three cheers to that!”
— Sherry Petersik, New York Times bestselling author of Young House Love and Lovable Livable Home
"Becky empowers readers with these concepts of making your home feel more, well, like home. I feel inspired to create new rituals in my own space, ones that are intuitive and bring peace and calm, just like she outlines in this must-read book."
— Melissa Maker, author of Clean My Space: The Secret To Cleaning Better, Faster and Loving Your Home Every Day
“Methods for creating peaceful and joyful home spaces are in high demand and this approachable and well-organized guide is a good place to start. Sure to be popular with New Year's resolutioners.”