Howdy, folks! We’ve got some great quotes and a bit of background on each of our “authors” of today’s cleaning quotables. Something fun and enlightening for this Friday morning! Cleaning your house while your kids are still growing is like shoveling the walk before it stops snowing. —Phyllis Diller Phyllis Ada Driver, better known as Phyllis Diller, was an American actress and…
Working at home is serious business, and it can be nerve-wracking to trust that area of your life to a third party. We’ve heard horror stories of intricate processes being disrupted because a cleaner “replaced” piles of books onto a shelf, or the shredding of a box of important papers that were mistaken for recycling.
Cleaning between professional visits really boils down to three questions: First, how often you have professional housekeeping services, weekly, biweekly or monthly? Next, what are your personal standards when it comes to cleaning? Finally, how much time does it take to complete basic cleaning tasks? Apply these cleaning tips and you will not need to do a lot between housekeeping visits:
So, I finally broke down and did it. “What?”, you ask. Hired a housekeeper. I know this sounds weird because I own a maid service; however, up until last week, I never used one. Ironic, I know. I picked one of my cleaning technicians who had an opening in her schedule, handed her a work order and let her go.