Saturday, April 10, 2021

A Working Mom's Guide to House Cleaning

Working mothers struggle to combine jobs and family life; keeping a safe and stable home is an entirely different matter. Housekeeping can be a chore because you have a career and a family to care about. Cleaning the house can be time-consuming and physically demanding at times. That is why, to maintain a safe and clean home for their families, most moms, particularly those who work, hire household help. Worry no longer; with your working mom's guide to simple house cleaning tips, maintaining a tidy home will never be a chore, and you'll be able to make the most of your time. You'll be on your way to a cleaner, more attractive home and more time with your family with these simple home cleaning tips.

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The first step is to make a timetable on which areas of the house you can clean. It is not enough to clean the whole house in one day; good time management is all that is needed. For example, you have the kitchen to clean today and the living room to clean tomorrow. This would make it much easier for mothers to organize their homes without having to spend a lot of time doing so.

Learn to assign duties and enlist the help of your family. Assign duties to each member of your family. You don't have to take care of anything when it comes to cleaning your house. Cleaning the house can be done by everybody in the household, whether it's mopping the kitchen floor, cleaning the furniture, or cleaning the windows. Each family member's participation will not only relieve the stress, but it will also be a healthy and enjoyable opportunity for you to spend quality time with them.

Have the kids interested in showing them basic tasks such as putting away their toys after they've been used or making their bed every morning? Simple house chores taught to your children at a young age will not only teach them patience but will also instill in them the value of a cleanroom. When my kids were little this was a fun playtime for them and they always look forward to tidying up toys.

Learn how to keep your clutter under control. Organize and mark all you can. There are plenty of clear plastic storage boxes on the market. Purchasing this will assist you in decluttering your home. Place all of your winter jackets and other seasonal clothes in separate boxes and your children's toys in another, and make sure each box is labeled.  Also, donate small clothes to shelters and other organizations that need extra pieces. You will sort your things in a more clutter-free manner this way. 
Do not buy what you don't need. 

Spend in good deals; buying cleaning equipment will help you do the job faster. Cleaning devices will not only save you time and resources, but they will also reduce your workload. Cleaning aids will make the cleaning process go more easily. Smart cleaning is the new way to house cleaning. 

Maintaining a clean home while enjoying quality time with the family should be every working mom's fantasy, and with this simple working mom's guide to house cleaning tips, mothers won't have to think about missing out on jobs or family time while keeping their home clean. 

14 comments:

  1. I think, its not only mom's duty to clean the house. Daddy should help as well. I think I need to stock up on cleaning liquid so we can schedule the home cleaning with my beautiful wifey.

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  2. Thanks very much Agnes. I'm a working mom,on top of that I have school. I'm in the office from 8AM to 5PM, I have to drive miles from work to home,I get tired by the time I reach home sometimes. We do have a house helper but I still need to prepare supper, clean the whole house on Saturday and Sunday plus do some laundry. It's really tiring! I'll apply some points you've shared and am sure they'll help.

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  3. true, I run on cleaning the house all time. Kids never put the things in place.

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  4. These tips are great for all, not just busy mums! :) a great, informative read. I really enjoy this blog.

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  5. i am not a mom but this guide works for any household just fine. thanks!

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  6. Picking one day for each room is a great way to get the house clean. Also, always puttig stuff away when you are finished is the perfect way to help keep it clean.

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  7. Good tips. Assigning tasks is always the challenge for me. I end uphovering around to make sure it gets done correctly. I need to do better!

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  8. Investing in really good cleaning products and equipment definitely make the job a lot less easier!

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  9. I'll gonna try this article, coz I'll be cleaning my own house. Having a nice, clean and tidy house is a blessing. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Very practical guide indeed. This would greatly help our mommies out there.

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  11. Love these tips. I clean my house a room a day. So that it is maintained throughout the week then on the weekend I deep clean anything that really needs it.

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  12. Not a mom, but I must say your guide is applicable on me too!

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  13. These are such great tips and total time-savers. Little things like these can make such a huge difference

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  14. Having your kids help out is a great tip. They love to clean. I know. My students get excited when I have them clean the classroom.

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