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However, the key to happiness, as we have discussed in our earlier blogs, is to achieve a work-life balance It’s very important for any individual to be organized in all the aspects of life. Before he enters any house, McSheffrey knows where he’s going to start and where he’s going to finish. He should know; with 40 homes to clean each month, in addition to 10 commercial properties, McSheffrey can’t afford to let inefficiencies slow him down.
Common household products such as “lemon oil” or inexpensive “furniture polish” should be avoided. I throw things in the dryer for about 3 minutes and then start unloading the most delicate items and hang them on the rack. They need to keep those grabby little fibers clean so they do their best work.
We’ve got 2600 sq ft. and I can hit all the common areas; kitchen, breakfast room, dining room, living room, study, and halls, in 10 minutes or less. It would be great if there would be some sensor to detect a fire or abnormality and quickly shut the machine off. Since I refuse to use harsh chemicals like bleach in my home, this has been an awesome replacement, could not believe how great the grout looked after.
I’ve stopped using expensive, chemical household cleaners and mixed up various solutions in spray bottles (labeled) using vinegar, baking soda, Dawn (blue) dishsoap, hydrogen peroxide and water. Maybe that is why it is easy to clean… might not work if it was a busy bathroom. Okay so my tips are keep lysol wipes in each bathroom, and everyday before I get in the shower I take wipes and wipe down the top of my toilet, the outside of the toilet and the top and underside of the seat.
Lenachristina, I work from home now (have more time for laundry, ha). Just start with the routine morning and evening for a month or so.. then add in one at a time weekly, to get into the groove… it’s called “baby steps”.. you’ll be surprised after forcing yourself to do a few routine things every morning and every evening even if you are beat tired, how much it counts and shows… and how it inspires you to do more when you can. I used to do my laundry when I would be home anyway, like after work.
If I don’t fiddle around I can even fold things before leaving for work. I start upstairs after morning coffee and make beds, clean cat pan, feed cat, dust then sweep and mop. I work only in that one room for 5 minutes – doing whatever will make the most difference first.
IN winter we tend to alternate stripping the beds ours one week, kids beds the next…in summer it becomes hour and half of power cause we try to do all the beds every week and then there is more laundry as well!!! We start by jumping out of bed, stripping the sheets and remaking. Laura: GREAT GREAT suggestions & following these patterns leaves a lot of day to do what you need/want to. It resonated with me. The little mind game I play with myself is I don’t allow myself a shower & getting dressed until I’ve tidied those areas in my pj.s Then I allow myself to get on with the day!
I have read most of the tips (and they are all great ideas) but I have not seen my favorite – I keep bottles of rubbing alcohol under the bathroom sinks and when I am finished in there, I grab a handful of toilet paper, douse it in alcohol and give every thing a quick wipe beginning with sink handles, sink, toilet top, handle, seat, rim – then flush away. Great for capturing tumbleweed hairballs and dust – and easier to get behind the toilet than anything else I have tried.