Tired of spending your precious free time on never-ending household chores? There’s a better way to care for your home without spending hours cleaning.
Whether you’re juggling a busy work schedule and family commitments or want to free up more leisure time, these tips will help you manage your household chores efficiently.
We all know how difficult dusting can be.
Your home is dusty, you clean it, and then dust “miraculously” reappears…over and over again. Rinse and repeat!
And while you might feel like throwing your hands up in the air in surrender and letting the dust have its way, it’s definitely not a good idea to stop dusting.
Let’s face it. Not everyone is easy to buy for.
If you have one of those moms who are hard to buy for you’re probably pulling your hair out trying to figure out what to give her.
Getting kids motivated to help with chores can seem like an impossible task. After all, it’s just easier to do it yourself, right?
Yes, it may be easier, but that doesn’t always mean it’s better. Read More
Chores are not generally fun, nor does anyone even want to do them. The simple word, chore, does not depict the best view of a the activity. The dictionary defines chore as (1) a small or odd job; routine task (2) chores, the everyday work around a house or farm and (3) a hard or unpleasant task i.e. Solving the problem was quite a chore. With all this negativity, how do your get the family to unite to help out with the work around the house? How about creating some new ways to get chores done. And how about adding some fun into the overall process of weekend chores? These three steps can help you get the family involved and keep them involved in helping keep your home clean. Read More