It wasn’t so long ago that the school bell was ringing to signify the start of the summer holidays. That probably feels like yesterday, but in actual fact the new school term is already here. The first few weeks can admittedly be rather hectic for you and your family if you’re not careful – especially if you’ve not gone out of your way to make your home look spick and span. With this in mind, here’s why it’s so important to keep your home clean during the new school term.
Your kids should start the year as they mean to go on. Unfortunately, things can soon take a turn for the worse when they’re forced to miss school because of an illness. A sparkling clean house will go some length to keeping your child’s immune system strong because it won’t expose them to the types of bacteria that can make them poorly. This is most likely to happen in rooms like the bathroom and kitchen, where bacteria is known to thrive.
You really can’t expect your children to knuckle down with their homework when the house isn’t tidy. In particular, unnecessary clutter can make it difficult for them to get comfortable and focus on a task for long periods of time. Thankfully, you can remove such obstacles if you keep your home clean and organised, ultimately allowing you to establish more structure for your child as they devote themselves to their schoolwork.
Those first few days back at school are usually marked by a post-summer comedown. This kind of negativity is only exacerbated by uncleanliness and disorder. In fact, research has found that unsanitary spaces can actually make people – even children and young adults – more susceptible to stress and anxiety. This, of course, isn’t ideal when your child is trying to throw themselves into their studies.
It’s not too late!
Even if you don’t get around to tending to your home before the end of September, just know that it’s never too late to reap the rewards of a clean home. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with VA Cleaning for professional house cleaning York residents can trust.