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50 Things to Know About Habits That Reduce Your Housework
- An Ounce of Intervening Is Worth a Pound of Cleaning
- Narrated by: Cass Zbytek
- Length: 47 mins
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Where do other people find the time to keep their homes so clean? How can I maintain my own clean home without spending hours a week on cleaning, organizing, and doing chores? What feasible life habits can I learn and teach my family to help keep us organized? If you’ve ever struggled with questions like these, then this is the book for you!
50 Things to Know About Habits That Reduce Your Housework by author Maris Liv offers an achievable approach to changing your daily habits in order to maximize your time for more pleasant activities than cleaning, organizing, and tidying up. Take back your leisure time by adopting more efficient and effective living habits.
There are numerous sources available online about cleaning hacks that teach you how to mix your own soap with standard household ingredients or tell you which brands of oven cleaners are most sustainable for the environment. Although these are excellent sources for learning how to keep a cleaner home, some of which are even listed at the end of this book in the section on other helpful resources, the information provided in this book takes a different approach to managing a clean home by exploring specific habits a family can adopt to prevent a home from getting dirtier, thus reducing the cleaning all together.
Within these minutes, you will learn about habits that will help prevent specific rooms in your house from getting dirtier or more disorganized. Four separate sections about the kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, and kids’ rooms dive into routines that you can develop while spending time in that specific room. A fifth section explores practices that will reduce the time it takes to do specific chores. Each section closes with 11 reflection questions that will help you decide which habits are needed in your household, and which ones will be most appropriate for you and your family. At the end of the book you can find charts to help and encourage you to repeat these tasks the theoretical 21 times it takes to make a new behavior a habit.
Don’t lose any more precious time to unnecessary house cleaning! After listening to this book, you will know dozens of little behaviors that will save you time in the long run, so grab your copy today and start enjoying more of your life with a clean home!
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This book was a great quick listen and use of a credit. I have a clean home but this book gave me a few tips I would have never thought of. I enjoyed the narrator as well.
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