How To Keep A House Clean When You Don't Have Time To Clean!
Posted On October 6, 2016
When cleanliness becomes an issue, the same statement is usually brought up. “I just don’t have time.” I’ve used it plenty of times in the past, and I’m sure you have as well. It’s fair enough - a full-scale clean isn’t a quick task. But, there are people out there who work multiple jobs and still find a way to keep a clean home. They’re obviously doing something you’re not. They’ve found ways to maximize their time with tips and tricks.
Every Day, Choose One Task That Needs Doing
So, you don’t have time to clean. You’re at work all day, and you also have to work in the evening as well. By the time you come back, you’re exhausted. The last thing you want to do is start getting into a cleaning routine now. But, it wouldn’t seem so bad if you just did one thing, would it? So, make this your daily chore. Whether it’s cleaning around the TV or emptying the refrigerator, pick the most important task. One chore a day will soon add up to a cleaner house.
Seek The Assistance Of Experts
If you’re too busy to get involved yourself, why not seek assistance from others? Anything could happen in your life that requires some serious cleaning on your part. In the worst cases, you might even have to clean up a deceased estate. No matter what commands your time, you can hire someone for the job. It’ll cost you, and you have to decide whether it’s worth the money.
Use Gadgets To Help
If you’ve never heard about this before, I’m about to blow your mind with this tip. It’s a gadget called the Roomba, and it’s an automated device that cleans your house for you. It drives itself along the floor, ensuring it doesn’t bump into furniture along the way. It works as a vacuum cleaner, but you don’t need to do a thing while it does its job. Now that’s what I call inventive technology.
Clean Before Bed
Following on from our earlier point about doing one task, it’s often a good idea to clean before bed. If you’re someone like me who gets overwhelmed by cleaning, this is a great option. The problem with cleaning is that it’s often difficult to know where to start. But, if you limit yourself to fifteen minutes before bed, you’ll force yourself to do something. It’ll feel much easier to manage the overall task this way.
Get The Kids Involved
You might not have time to clean, but I bet your kids have plenty of free time! But, I know what you’re going to tell me. “They don’t want to clean.” That might be the case, but a few incentives might just persuade them otherwise. Only you know your own kids and what might work, but it’s worth considering. Keep in mind that cleaning won’t feel like such a chore when you’re all working together, either!
I know it’s difficult, but with a few tips and tricks, you can keep a clean house despite your busy lifestyle!