Everyday tasks may consist of doing laundry, vacuum cleaning, cleaning the dishwasher and rinsing and washing utensils. Perform each task at a time for best results. For example, when you wake up early in the morning, start doing laundry before anything else and empty the dishwasher. Finish your laundry related cleaning jobs before the lunch time if possible. Consider getting the dishwasher ready for the next day before you go to bed in the night time.
Weekly tasks may consist of cleaning the bathroom, linens, decorative mirrors with a glass wiper and bedroom corners. Again perform one task at a time to ensure efficiency and improved productivity.
For example, if you choose to clean the bathroom on Mondays then wash the bed sheets on Tuesdays and clean the bedroom and mirrors on Wednesday and Thursday respectively.
It is recommended to take your time when cleaning bed room corners.
Monthly tasks may consist of emptying and cleaning the refrigerator and freezer in your house, cleaning the windows and door carefully to remove any webs or strains and clearing out clutter. To perform monthly tasks, consider choosing the day of the week which you expect to be very slow, so you have ample time to get the job done properly. For example, if you do not have anything on the plate on Sunday, then consider choosing this day for monthly tasks; you can dust and clear out clutter on first Sunday of each month and then dust on the second Sunday.
Keeping your laundry under control is perhaps the most challenging part. The most essential thing to remember, is that you should not sit back and wait as no one is going to come and help you get the laundry done. Start as early as possible in the morning.