Despite seeming overly positive, I don’t understand the intensity of hate for Mondays. Re-acclimating oneself from an unrestrained weekend back to the workweek can be difficult, but hiring a housekeeper can have a big impact on busy families, couples and singles alike. Having someone take over small chores and tidying jobs allows you more leisure time, something that many of us desperately need.
We often let things slip through the cracks because we worry too much about them. You deserve a house cleaner or a home maker to make your life easier. You deserve professional house cleaning, or a dedicated housekeeper. Maybe you have trouble folding laundry, cleaning ovens and counter tops, or scrubbing bathrooms.
You may need help cleaning your house fast for a party, need a hotel maid to scrub motel rooms, or want a professional to help with hospital housekeeping.
When it comes to housekeeping, all relationships – whether professional or personal – need the right foundation in order to grow. Choosing a housekeeper is no different; certain qualities must be sought out and then you hope that your pick was the right one. To get a better understanding of what is necessary, I decided to poll my friends on their opinion: what single quality would they look for when hiring a new housekeeper? After considering various responses, I’ve summarized them below.
Organize and be efficient
A lack of efficiency – either due to an eclectic personality, easily distracted mind or simple laziness – is one of the primary reasons why cleaning the house can take hours. If you spend hours cleaning up a room, you probably didn’t really clean it all that time. Instead, you were trying to do about ten things at once. Clany Tip: Do not try to handle more than one chore at a time.