How to Maintain A Clean Home



There are days when it feels like there is never ending house chores in a day. When there are a lot to clean up and yet you cannot seem to do it all in a day. Then the chores add up and the next thing you know, you wake up in a messy home. Eventually, your days become stressful because of your surroundings.


It’s quite challenging to maintain a clean home most especially if there are kids around or both parents work. Still, there is always a best way to handle it. Even how much of chores need to be done, don't ever make it feel hopeless, you just need to find a technique and great things will follow.



FOLLOW A CLEANING SCHEDULE
This is very easy, all you need to do is to create a weekly chore plan. Schedule each house chore to the most convenient day you have each week. An example is when doing a general cleaning of your child's room, do it when your child is in school or on weekdays and not on weekends to make sure you can get it done in a timely manner without interruption. If there are so much task for the day, learn the power of multitasking.


HIRE HELP
If you have jam-packed schedule and you can't really find time to clean other areas of your home. There are agencies who can send help for you or maybe you can find someone you know personally like your sister or a friend who are in need of part time jobs. It will lessen your burden and will definitely get a nicely done service.


INITIATIVE
Do what you can do today, have initiative. Don't let dishes sit on your sink long hours after your meal, wash it right away! You can wake up five minutes early so you can fix your bed. Allocate as much time as you can realistically manage to it, Don't wait for a housemate to pick those scattered toys when you are already available to do it. Laziness won't help accomplish things.


DISCIPLINE and SENSE OF RESPONSIBILITY
This is one of the most important factor to keep any household clean and less clutter. Maintaining a clean home requires everyone in the family’s cooperation. Teach everyone to be responsible by assigning each of them some tasks to fulfill everyday. This way,, they develop sense of responsibility and learn the importance of having a clean home. It helps a lot than doing all the house chores all by yourself.




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About Leilani Gamboa

Lai is mommy to two boys. A breastfeeding advocate, a part time blogger, and works as Virtual Assistant since 2013. Coffeeholic, make-up enthusiast, planner junkie.
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