Looking after a house!

Cooking, finances, shopping and any regular tasks that are challenging

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Wish90
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Re: Looking after a house!

Post by Wish90 » Fri Mar 08, 2019 5:17 pm

Carlyr wrote:
Thu Mar 07, 2019 8:45 pm
My bf keeps say if you tide up as you go it would not get in a mess. Easyer said than done x
Yes exactly i keep saying that to my family and friends!! They just don't get it!! :@

Ar55
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Re: Looking after a house!

Post by Ar55 » Tue Jul 02, 2019 9:58 pm

    OMG! I know why is it so difficult!! I loathe it.
    Laundry dishes cooking blah blah!
    I feel I am always failing. I have never been dirty just cluttered.
    I find it very difficult to maintain neatness consistently
    It’s wxjausting. I work full time no kids and I dig.
    My hubby is amazing and helps a lot but he gets frustrated at my lack of motivation when it comes to keeping up with the house.
    And duh! Yes it would be easier if I would clean as I go and I would if I could wrap my brain around that concept!

    Madiocre
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    Re: Looking after a house!

    Post by Madiocre » Wed Jul 17, 2019 4:53 am

    I've been finding gathering everything that's out of place onto the lounge then sorting it and packing away helps, seems a bit less overwhelming and the house overall looks tidier more quickly. For washing up , hanging out etc I need to spend time sorting stuff first otherwise I feel like I don't get anywhere.

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