Sunday Resets

And Why They’re Amazing

Tiana Pickett-Hanson, Staff Writer

Definitively, Sunday Resets are a day dedicated to preparing for the week ahead. It’s when you spend your Sunday doing the chores of the house. Many Sunday Reset responsibilities include: doing your laundry, cleaning rooms, wiping down counters, washing dishes, vacuuming, changing and washing your sheets, and restocking and reorganizing things. It’s a good way to get all of the chores you’ve been pushing back during the week done. It also helps you go into the next week feeling good and refreshed, and having your house reflect that. Many people believe that the environment you surround yourself with will affect your mental and physical health. Having a day to clean your house and feel good about it will greatly improve your mental and physical health. I know that after I do my Sunday Reset I am positively impacted and I feel very happy and accomplished.

The first place I and many other people first saw Sunday Resets was on TikTok. Many people would post videos restocking things around their house, or cleaning different areas of their house, and they would put the hashtag #SundayReset. Soon this became a trend, and more people started posting about cleaning their house on Sunday. What once was the day of rest, Sunday has become the day to clean and get ready for the new week.

I love doing my Sunday Resets because it gives me something productive to do. I love it because it keeps my space clean and efficient. I also like doing them because they have made me a cleaner person. I used to hate doing laundry and vacuuming my room. Now when I have a set day to do those chores, it makes me excited to do it. Now that it’s part of my routine, I don’t have to worry about when to do those chores.

I think people should add Sunday Resets into their routine because they are just a good way to be clean, and practice good cleaning habits.If for some reason you can’t do it on Sunday, then just pick a different day to do those chores. I really do think tackling a bunch of chores in one day makes them seem less impending, and you can get them done faster. If you struggle with having a lot of things on your plate at once, then you can set a 15 minute timer for each chore and get as much done as possible. This time limit can help you work harder and help you get more done in a short amount of time. I hope people will give Sunday Resets a try and see if you will love them as much as me and many others. If not, try and find other cleaning habits that work for you.