Jacqui's 15 minute whirl
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I have asked what is your daily must do chores, or cleaning schedule? Here is Jacqui's response:
Jacqui's daily cleaning routine:
Every day I spend 15 minutes in each room, decluttering, tidying, dusting and sweeping.
It's amazing what you can accomplish in 15 minutes, and I make sure I take regular breaks in between.
Included in this are my front and back garden's which are counted as two rooms. Sometimes I don't need the full 15 minutes in every room.
Not exactly a schedule, but you will be surprised at how easy it is to keep everything in order with just 15 minutes in each room :)
I have 9 rooms which adds up to a total of 2 hours and 15 minutes each day. If there is a large task I want to tackle, such as de-cluttering a particularly messy cupboard, this CAN be included in the 15 minutes as long as you don't try to do it all in one go. Softly, softly catchee monkey haha!
Paperwork/lists I tend to accomplish in the evenings, just after the children are tucked up in bed when I can concentrate.
This is a very flexible routine, and allows for a lot of freedom. I hate being tied to lists and would rather look and see what I need to do quickly in each room ... the timing part is good because it enables me to focus and make quick decisions.
Thanks for sharing your daily routine Jacqui.
I am a list kinda girl myself, but I understand many people are not. This seems like a great way to still get must-dos accomplished without needing an elaborate list.
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