It's always good to make a fresh start and clean up your home, especially in spring. There's no firm rule, so you don't have to wait for spring, but it makes sense to start cleaning when the weather is moderately warm: warm enough to leave windows open while you stir up dust, but not so warm that you spend the entire clean thinking longingly of spending time outside.
Prioritize. What do you want to get out of your spring cleaning? Time for family and friends to visit after the pandemic? Is the corner for heirlooms and mementos gaining more cobwebs? One of your goals should be clearing spaces to make them multifunctional. Consider shelving ottomans, for instance.
Check Inventory. A week or so before running and getting cleaning supplies, take a complete inventory of your cleaning supplies. List everything you will need to get your home to its former glory. Don't forget to check the coupon sections of the grocery stores to get your cleaning supplies within budget. Besides cleaning products, it is ideal for restocking other supplies to use n cleanings, such as rubber gloves, sponges, scrubbers, and recycling and garbage plastic bags.
Set Goals. A realistic one that makes a list of spring cleaning goals achievable. For example, every Monday evening -for two hours, open memory boxes and display photos and artwork and write labels per year. Stick to this as much as possible. Put the Spring Cleaning Checklist by the door to see your progress.