We all love a cool breeze, but along with that breeze come dust and pollen particles from outside.
Your pillows are probably crawling with dust mites. Dust mites love to feast on dead skin cells. Wash your pillows in hot water at least three times a year.
If possible, mop your hard floors daily. Vacuum first, then mop with hot water.
Rug fibers are a breeding ground for dust. For small and medium-sized rugs, take them out and give them a good shake.
Most windows are not perfectly sealed, so blinds and curtains collect a lot of dust. Regularly wash curtains and wipe down blinds.
A big part of controlling dust is preventing it from ever getting in. Use a welcome mat so people can wipe off their feet before coming inside.
Shoes track in dust, dirt and bacteria. To avoid a shoe mountain, buy a cute shoe rack or shelving unit to put by the door.