I’m no optimist like Peppy Patty, but I don’t understand why Mondays are so widely despised. It’s true that going from the weekend to the workweek can be jarring, but it doesn’t have to be all bad. Hiring a housekeeper can truly revolutionize life for even the busiest of families—not to sound overly dramatic, but it’s true! Consider this: Whether you’re single, part of a couple, or in a family unit, you likely find yourself with limited time; it’s impossible to keep your home as clean and orderly as you’d like, and even small tidying jobs seem unattainable.
It seems cliched to say it, but sometimes things slip through the cracks. We spend too much time worrying about them. You deserve a house cleaner or homemaker to make your life easier. If folding laundry, cleaning ovens, or scrubbing bathrooms are difficult for you, you deserve professional house cleaning or a dedicated housekeeper.
Maybe you need a housekeeper for a party, a hotel maid to scrub motel rooms, or help with hospital housekeeping.Searching for the best housekeeper begins with recognizing a few must-have qualities. Whether in the personal or professional sphere, making the right match is essential in creating a stable relationship. My friends provided me with valuable input when I posed the same question to each of them: “What quality do you deem most important when hiring a new housekeeper?” After sifting through their answers, these are the key elements that seem to prevail.
Organize and be efficient
One of the primary reasons that cleaning a house takes hours is a lack of efficiency – whether because of an eclectic personality, an easily distracted mind or simply laziness. It is likely that if you spend hours cleaning up a room, you were not actually cleaning. Instead, you tried to do ten different things at once. Clany Tip: Don’t attempt to complete more than one task at a time. Concentrate on what you are doing.