Tips to Stay on Top of Household Chores

Tips to Stay on Top of Household Chores


Summer parties, play dates, vacations and longer days leave families busier than ever and wondering when they will possibly have enough time to clean. It’s true: finding time to clean is really difficult and today, people are on the go and need help with their house cleaning.


Sometimes, it’s best to lower your expectations and use the time you do have for rooms that are most important to keep clean – the high traffic kitchen, bathroom and family room. You could also decide to focus on one room once a week. For example, on Tuesdays after dinner, spend a half hour cleaning the kitchen; on Thursdays before bed, spend a half hour cleaning the bathrooms; and on Saturdays before weekend outings and activities start, spend time cleaning the family room. Lighten the load by getting your kids involved with a chore chart. Here are a few more tricks.


If you’re one particular space feels like it’s stuck in a bit of a rut perhaps you need to consider changing up the look or the feel of this space by adding in some new accessories changing out a small piece of furniture or bringing in some new artwork whatever it is if you change the look of your space you’ll change the feel of space and that will change your relationship to the space and believe me when this happens you start to feel inclined to take better care of it I don’t know about you guys but when I was a kid I used to rearrange my bedroom from time to time and it felt like I was walking into a brand new place so whether it was because my bed used to be this way and now it was this way or I caught a new set of bed sheets my room just had a different feel and I started to care about it a little bit more so if you feel like you’re stuck in a little bit of a rut with your room definitely give it a bit of a changeup and you’ll see that spark to give it a good cleaning or a good decluttering treatment it will be there and I’d love to know the comments down below.


Always keep your eyes open for what needs to be cleaned – and clean it when you can: This means you’ll be multi-tasking a lot – for example, tidying up the kitchen while you oversee the kids keeping up on summer reading at the table, putting things in their places as you walk downstairs to get breakfast, sweeping the floor while talking on the phone and wiping out the bathroom sink while you’re filling the bathtub for a much-deserved soak.


Do the small jobs that need to be done often rather than letting chores build up: That’s when you start to feel you’ll never get it all done! If you like to relax in front of the television, sneak in chores during commercial breaks. There are lots of two-minute tasks you can do: fold laundry, empty garbage cans or unload the dishwasher.


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