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|• Dishes need to be washed every evening.||• Beds should be made every morning. (Even with a pile of dirty clothes in the middle of the room, when the bed is pulled together and the pillows smoothed, bedrooms seem
|• Garbage should be taken out every night.||• Wet towels, washcloths, and bathmats should be hung to dry properly, not clumped in a heap on the floor, and the shower curtain pulled straight across the tub after each bath or shower.Taking these precautions helps prevent mildew and nasty bathroom stink.|
|• Toys, newspapers, books, CDs, and DVDs should be put away after they’re used, or at least every evening.|
Posted November 14, 2012
If you are ever overwhelmed by housework, children, and simply how one juggles a family while staying relatively sane...this book is for you. Its concise, to the point, and there is a basic strategy for attacking everything from a grimy coffee pot, to in-laws dropping in on you when you've got just thirty minutes to hide the train-wrecked house! If you're the type that MUST get hung upon lots of busy work details...there's plenty of that for you, too. Plus there's even some awesome recipes that have turned out quickly and perfect every time. To "Mrs. Author", What a catch! To the rest of you, buy this book! It really will simplify your life. I've kept mine on the kitchen counter next to my cookbooks for years, and still literally use this tiny little book nearly once a month after all this time :)
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