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27. Water Some Plants

One of these easiest tasks on our 2-minute chores list that takes just a few minutes is watering your plants.

In the habit of forgetting to water them? Try setting a recurring reminder on your phone, habit tracker, to-do list, calendar, or planner.

Watering your plants can make for an excellent 2-minute cleaning task

28. Dust Some Plant Leaves

While watering your plants is obviously important, many people tend to forget or neglect to dust the leaves ever so often.

Routinely dusting the leaves of plants won’t just make the plant look better, but it will also help the plant receive those vital sun rays it relies so heavily on in order for it to flourish.

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Tips and Helpful Habits

As you dust your real plants, you can also wipe or rinse clean your artificial ones, which is a lot easier when you do it consistently and before too much buildup occurs. However, it’s good to take into consideration the type of material they’re made of since some types may not tolerate water as well as others, such as with plastic vs. silk faux plants.

29. Empty the Litterbox

It’s gross but someone’s gotta do it, right? Right.

No, seriously…clean your litterbox, folks. Every day, if not several times a day. It takes way less than two minutes, especially if you set yourself up for success.

Your cat will appreciate it, your nose will appreciate it, would-be guests will appreciate it, and your neighbors might appreciate it.

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Tips and Helpful Habits

  1. Keep the necessary tools nearby.
  2. Make sure to clean said necessary tools every now and then to cut back on the gross and odorific factor.
  3. Consider getting a litter genie disposal systems or keep litter disposal bags nearby—especially if you have a long distance to travel to throw it away outside or in your big waste bin.
  4. Too “lazy”? Consider a self-cleaning litterbox. Or, if you’ve got the cash, one of those spiffy nerd robot catboxes, which I not-so-secretly wish I could get for complete and utter nerd purposes.
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