The wedding day and honeymoon is over and its time to go to your new home. A new home unfortunately comes with housework. There will be tons and tons of dirty laundry and housework to argue over and divide with your spouse. It takes both of you to mess it up and it will take both of you to get it organized and to keep it that way. Thankfully I have a husband that knows he plays a very large part in keeping our home looking nice. Honestly he’s a better housekeeper than I am.
Look at it this way, you are the house. Your heart lives inside your house along with your mind and soul. Over time… just like your outer living environment there is build up and debris, stuff that must be cleaned up or cleared out. With matters of the heart, if you don’t continue to do regular Femme de ménage lyon within yourself, chances of meeting the right man and experiencing the love and bliss you desire becomes impossible.
How do you start this whole house cleaning project? First enlist your family members. Yes, it will be hard to convince them to voluntarily give their time for this. So you need to enlist them like that of an army at war because you are at war figuratively speaking. You are up against months of dirt, mold, dust and pests that are maybe hiding under the beds and inside the old cabinets. Whole house cleaning is a serious business and you must prepare a plan before you start doing it especially if you are expecting guests anytime soon.
You should decide what your immediate goals are and work towards this. Do not get distracted by trivia. Make a plan to achieve them and focus on achieving them. Once you have done this, then you can move onto something else, again making a plan and sticking to it. Do not confuse “being busy” with “working on important projects”.
I housekeeping tips don’t care if all grown-ups bar Amish know what the words mean. I don’t even care that they’re only words. I believe that civilised societies have lines on the floor that no-one should cross and no matter how quaint or old-fashioned those lines might sometimes appear, they are infinitely preferable to societies that sign up to the ‘anything goes’ philosophy.
Take the laundry basket and check the rest of the house. Gather up the toys, clothes and anything else that’s out of place. The faster you put them away, the less chance they have to accumulate.
I cannot stress enough how important visits are. It is a good idea to get to know the staff, especially the aides. The aides see your loved one everyday and are in charge of their care. They are the best source of information as to how your loved one is coping. Make your loved one’s interests known to the staff and let them know who your loved one was before memory loss.
The Madison is THE perfect place to stay in DC. Unfortunately, it is between $250 – $325 per night for a deluxe room. If you are EVER able to get it for less, make sure that you stay there. It is an incredible hotel experience.