There is an old saying, that the Month of March comes in like a lion and leaves like a lamb. The winter still "bites" on the mornings, but as time passes, and as days go by, the weather goes milder and the days get more and more bathed in sun. Soon, we'll have strong and bright sunshine, and the flowers will bloom allover(right now, some daffodils are shying here and there). And, come flowers, we'll pick the most joyful of them to decorate out homes - as the last touch, after we've cleaned and set it up,looking it's best.
Are YOU doing your housework on a Saturday? I do.
When you are a home maker, there will be no time clock, no assigned work area, no designated job, no dress code, no imposed schedule, no promised reward and no supervisor or manager evaluating your work performance.
Still, an un-tidy and badly cleaned house, the pile of dishes in the sink, the strange smell coming from the laundry basket.. the tale-tale signs something's wrong. And, that might not be the lack of care - but the lack of time.
There's a great booklet I'm providing you with
that might come in handy
(unless you live alone)
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you can (and should) print it out
Also, a thing to printout
(or to use as an inspiration to make you own)
I don't mind cleaning.
Due to the fact that no one besides me lives here, there's no one else to help around - but also there's no one else to make the mess. :) You will be your own supervisor, your own maid and butler, housekeeper, quality control agent, adviser and counselor, shopper and your own personal motivator.
I know: Housekeeping is not the main job in your life... but it can be a reflection of how you feel about your work, your personal achievement and your well-being.
Have a great day - weather you clean, take a walk or spend it on a yacht.. enjoy it!