I can assure you, I am not a cloyingly optimistic Peppy Patty, yet I have never really understood all the disdain for Mondays. It’s understandable that transitioning from the weekend’s freedom to the workweek’s routine comes as a bit of a culture shock. However, hiring a good housekeeper can make an astounding impact on the lives of even the busiest family. And while this might at first seem excessive, trust me-when you have no time to keep your home organized or tidy up small things that could make a big difference-it is anything but.
It seems cliched to say it, but often we let things slip through the cracks. We spend too much time thinking about them, too much energy worrying about them. You need a house cleaner or a home maker to make your life easier. You deserve professional house cleaning, or a dedicated housekeeper. If you find it difficult to fold laundry, clean stovetops, or clean bathrooms, you need help.
Whether you need to clean your house quickly for a party, a hotel maid to scrub motel rooms, or someone to assist with hospital housekeeping, we can help.
When it comes to finding a great housekeeper, having the right match from the start is essential. This can be a challenge, though: we look for certain qualities in a person before offering them a job and hope that we made the right choice. To help out, I consulted my friends and asked them what one trait they would absolutely look for when hiring new housekeepers. After much deliberation, I narrowed down their responses and am sharing their answers here.
Organize and be efficient
It is common for cleaning the house to take hours due to a lack of efficiency, whether it be due to an eclectic personality, an easily distracted mind or simply laziness. If you spend hours cleaning, you probably weren’t really cleaning the whole time. Clany Tip: Don’t try to handle more than one chore at a time. Focus on what you are doing. You were trying to do ten different things at once.