Divide Things Up
If you have multiple people in your home, then split things up. Try to include everyone in your family to clean up and clear things away. Divide things through the week and your chores will not seem so bad because everyone does just a little. The more in your home, the more you can get done within a relative short span of time. Helping with chores can also help with childhood development, so don’t be shy about dividing things up a bit.
Use A Kitchen Timer
No major chore should take you more than around 15 minutes. If you’re not convinced, just set up a kitchen timer for 15 minutes. Then apply it for 1 chore at a time. You’ll find that if you go this route, you’ll be able to clean with relative ease. Do this for 1 chore every day and at the end of the week, you will have done 7 major things in your home.
Don’t Do Everything At Once
One mistake that you should never make is try to do everything in one day. Don’t do everything in one day or one weekend. Instead, divide up your chores across several days, doing simple things each day. Again, within 7 days you can get a lot done fast. Don’t do everything within a short span of time, and you’ll end up with a cleaner home with no stress.
Keep Things Simple
Don’t overthink the cleaning and chores process. You’ll want to make sure that you have supplies, storage for your cleaning options, and work with products that are easy to utilize any day. Keep things simple and you’re going to find that your home will be cleaner faster. If you overthink cleaning, you’re going to end up with a messy home, and nothing fully done.
A little goes a long way. It’s simple. The best thing that you can do is to take some time, and move forward slowly. Done right, you’ll always have a clean home.
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