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4 Tested Tips You need to know for Tackling House Chores

4 Tested Tips You need to know for Tackling House Chores February 12, 2019Leave a comment

Hi, I’m Kari, creator of Keep it Simple, DIY. I’m a lifestyle blogger with an MBA who blogs about finance, Home & DIY, blogging, and more. My main motto is that if you just try, you will succeed. The key is to Keep it Simple.

House Chores

House chores can be such a pain and can be very overwhelming.  To help with the struggle, here are some tips:

1. Work in Sections

This can be taken two different ways and either way will work. You can either go room by room or task by task. The main point is to not try to work on too big of a chunk at a time.

Room by Room

Separate out chores by which room they are in and do all the chores for one room before moving on to another room.  This way, as you leave the room, it is complete and you can check it off the list.

Task by Task

If you would rather do one task until completion, make a list of all of the tasks that need to be done.  Then prioritize the list using my tips for completing your to-do list.  Also, add focus to the order of steps.  You don’t want to vacuum the whole house and then dust as this would cause more of a mess.

2. Use Products that do the Work for you!

I’ve found a few great products by watching YouTube videos.  Here are some of them!

3. Multitask When Possible

Do you have dirty dishes, piles of laundry, and tons of other chores stacking up?  Work efficiently by selectively multitasking.  You could be pre-soaking the dishes, while putting in the load of laundry and having another load of dishes running.  While the laundry and dishes are cleaning, you could work on another house chore.  Stack the chores in a way that works best for you and saves you the most time.

4. Clean as You Go

This one may be a bit late for this time, but for the future, try to clean as much as you can as you go. This will really lighten the amount of cleaning you have to do all at once.  Use this tip when cooking, or doing any project.  Did you finish the project and leave the hammer sitting out?  Put it away when you are done with it so you don’t have a reverse scavenger hunt later trying to figure out where everything goes again.

 

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Hi, I’m Kari, creator of Keep it Simple, DIY. I’m a lifestyle blogger with an MBA who blogs about finance, Home & DIY, blogging, and more. My main motto is that if you just try, you will succeed. The key is to Keep it Simple.

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