Now the we're well into spring, I'm sure you're well into your spring cleaning. The weather hasn't cooperated much with our outdoor cleaning chores, so here are some tips on making your indoor spring cleaning easier.

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It's all about being organized, so you don't feel overwhelmed. Here are a few common-sense suggestions from sheknows.com:

"Have a plan: Put on whatever music motivates you and keeps your energy up. (Big Frog 104 works best)!

Stock up: Put all your cleaning supplies, including dust rags, soaps, sponges and paper towels, into a clean bucket to carry from room to room so you don't have to waste time running around in search of the things you need.

Break it up: Rather than try to do everything at once, set aside a few days, or even an hour a day, depending on what your schedule permits.

Stay on track: Work on one room at a time, even if you'll be doing similar chores like sweeping or vacuuming in several rooms. You'll save time and maximize your feeling of accomplishment if you finish one room before starting the next."

For specific suggestions on cleaning the whole house, kitchen, bathrooms and bedrooms, click here.