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This one came from a co-worker, who told me that the only time in his life when he felt completely relaxed was at the end of the day, while ironing and drinking a beer (or two). I hate ironing even more than I hate other cleaning-type tasks. The first few boxes of things I gave away were super easy to part with — goodbye, college textbooks! Here's another insight that I gleaned from a man in my life. So drink a glass of wine while you wash the dishes. You can't get around doing chores, but they don't have to be... I've experienced firsthand the difficulty of getting rid of things because I'm planning to sell my house soon, so I've been cleaning out bigtime. Il faut absolument, lorsqu’on choisit un chat de race persane, ne pas oublier qu’il nécessite des soins quotidiens et qu’il ne pourrait pas survivre sans son maître.Le chat Persan est l’un des chats les plus connus et les plus appréciés car il a un aspect royal et superbe.De caractère doux et réservé, il s’adapte à tous ceux qui cherchent un ami fidèle à câliner au bon moment : étant donné sa paresse, il n’aime pas être dérangé durant ses longues heures de « sieste ».I want my house to stay clean, I just don't want to go crazy keeping it that way. You guys, the number one secret to clutter busting is DRAWERS. And then I clean the rest of the kitchen, because that was really not so bad. With that in mind, here are some of my best strategies for keeping a (reasonably) clean house without losing your mind. I don't know about you, but my house is full of little things sitting around — on the coffee table, on the kitchen countertop, on the floor of my bedroom — because they are in a sort of limbo: I know I should put them up, but I just can't quite figure out . Maybe one 'stuff' drawer in every room, so you can handily separate the kitchen stuff from the bedroom stuff from the bathroom stuff. What you're doing here, really, is just making yourself start.
Cleaning is a horrible, boring, thankless task, but you know what's worse than cleaning? So I set a timer for ten minutes, and I get to washing those dishes.
Stressing out all the time because your house is filthy. I've been working at this for a while, and I've realized that "not caring about it" is not an effective solution. Lo and behold, the timer rings, and the dishes are halfway done.
I did not feel relaxed, but what had before been a grueling chore was suddenly slightly enjoyable. We Americans have a strange relationship with our stuff: we're always trying to get rid of clutter, but always buying new things.
It's a simple concept — the less stuff you have, the less time you will spend cleaning and organizing it — but it's probably the hardest thing on this list to do. I love it so much I almost don't even want to move, because there's so much less visual clutter, and so much less keeping up with things that I didn't really need anyway. Even More Cleaning Tips for Lazy People: • How To Clean Your House in 20 Minutes a Day for 30 Days • How To Keep Your Bathroom Clean In 5 Minutes A Day • The Stress Free Plan: How To Clean House for a Party • Dirty Little Secrets of Tidy Families • "Tidy Time" vs.
I'm always a little ashamed to admit this, but I hate to clean. I mean, there are so many more interesting things I could be doing. I know myself well enough to know that if I have to troop downstairs to get the Windex, the bathroom mirror is not going to get cleaned today. So I have two Windexes, and I keep one in the bathroom, and one in the kitchen. I have a dustpan and broom set in the pantry, and another one in the bathroom. This idea comes from my mom, who is very astute (and a much better housekeeper than I am). And the annoying thing is that when you clean something, it just gets dirty all over again. Now my bathroom is 200% cleaner, and I am 200% happier. I hate cleaning, but I can do anything for ten minutes, right? Once I was getting the house ready for a party, and my then-boyfriend was helping, and I watched, in awe, as he cleaned the bathroom mirror in about 15 seconds. what about those little teeny tiny spots that are left behind?