I hate house cleaning.
That’s probably not super accurate, as there are certain very satisfying aspects of cleaning that I enjoy and partake in. But I also pay someone to clean my house, and I negotiate like Mr. Wonderful with Man-Piece over who does which chores regularly, so I can avoid fairly easily doing the things I truly do not love doing myself.
WHICH IS WHY this time of year, when people start talking about spring cleaning, I am just not here for it. Spring means 2 things to me: I need to stop eating so many carbs, and start taking allergy medicine PRONTO. That’s it. The end.
No spring cleaning for this house, I think. Maybe we’ll hire someone to power wash the outside. That seems like an adult thing to do.
HOWEVER. I DO like the cleaning as a concept: clean your mind with therapy. Clean your computer desktop by organizing your folder structure for the love of god. Clean out your closet by donating clothes you don’t wear. Clean your kid’s probably-insane toy collection by starting a giant burn pile in your yard. [JK on that last one, def donate toys. Burning them probably gives off toxic gasses?! Yikes.]
AND THAT IS WHY: I am hosting Snark Studio’s very first Digital Spring Cleaning Challenge this year! Hire someone to clean your house while you clean your online life! OkAy!
What the HECKSICKLES is a Digital Spring Cleaning Challenge?
A 5 day challenge to help you clean UP your online life. See? Simple.
I will guide you through 5 tiny steps, one per day, to both BE and FEEL more secure in your use of digital tools. I am the TOP of Pavlov’s hierarchy of needs, ok? We are going to GET secure and FEEL secure and BE secure.
We’ll be SO secure you won’t even need that weighted blanket that is your just-in-case-I-write-all-passwords-in-this-physical-journal-that-I-keep-in-my-purse-at-all-times.
The challenge starts on Monday April 5th, because even though we don’t HAVE to start things on Mondays, I LIKE IT and it’s my thing so I’m the boss.
<ok but should you participate?>
The challenge is designed for business owners and side-hustlers (I hate this term, but until I figure out a better way to say “people who work fulltime for someone else but also have a hobby or maybe a business they’re trying to grow on the side,” …side-hustlers works fine I guess).
You don’t HAVE to be a business owner to benefit, however. I have over 150 online accounts that have nothing to do with my business – accounts I would have even if I were not a business owner. So I encourage you to check it out, regardless of your business-owning status.
Sign up below and I’ll see you on for day 1 of the challenge on April 5th!