There’s always a few things we want to do less than housework an can agree that it might be on the list of least favourite things to do, even as a child we disliked it. But once you have you’re own place, you’d want to always have it clean, hopefully. Kudos to you, if you enjoy the “wax-on-wax-off” process. I’ve been alive long enough to realize how much teens my age can’t or won’t do around the house. With little concern on the fact that they live in the house, they would have a part to play in the operation of the household. Here are some helpful links and videos below!
1) Clean My Space is a YouTube page created by Melissa Maker who shares videos on how to clean “clean better, faster and get incredible results in the least amount of time.” All you can know about cleaning tools, DIY kits, and more! Check out her page and videos.
2) “Remember that mowing is pruning. Proper mowing increases the density of the lawn, which in turn decreases weeds. Each type of grass has a recommended mowing height. Find out which type of grass is in your lawn (you may have more than one) and mow at the proper height.”
3) “Snow shoveling isn’t fun, but it’s often unavoidable. In my part of the world (New England, U.S.), it’s ill-advised to allow even the most meager snowfall to go unshoveled in your driveway, lest it later melt and refreeze.”
4) “One of the marks of Molly Maid’s professional cleaning service is that we clean your home with a game plan in mind. A strategy that takes on cleaning in a systematic, organized way (while having the flexibility to incorporate your custom wishes).”
5) ” I’ve met a few people who grew up with dish washers, and weren’t really sure how to do this when they got their first cheap apartment without one. I thought I’d write this for other people in the same boat. If nothing else, it may save a few roommate relationships.”
6) “But while scrubbing the dishes and dusting the shelves can seem like an inconvenient chore, a new study has revealed just how important they are to well-being.”