A Slacker’s Guide: Cleaning The House In 20 Minutes A Day

A Slacker’s Guide: Cleaning The House In 20 Minutes A Day

I’ve seen piles of clever plans promising that your entire house will glisten with the tears of the Spotless Fairy if you lift a finger for, like 5 minutes a day.

I am sure these are excellent plans, but I suspect they’re designed for a household of one human and a pet rat.  If you’ve got a terrifying combination of toddler/sloppy teenagers/drooling pets, you might need a little more time. We just needed to come up with a new system here at the Collard Household, because Zachie and MacLean just turned 13 and Zoe–my precious angel–a screeching 2 year old.  Everyone’s ready for more responsibility.  Whether they want it or not. Take a look and see if this schedule works for you.  Make some alterations as needed.  But it’s amazing knowing that everything will get done with having to get everything done at once.     Overhead View Of Woman Relaxing On Sofa

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4 responses to “A Slacker’s Guide: Cleaning The House In 20 Minutes A Day”

  1. ewhatley says:

    I’ve been using a similar plan for almost a year and I love it. I have a much smaller home, no kids or pets, but I am obsessive. I spend about an hour, 4 or 5 days a week, doing 1 or 2 rooms. My house is always clean and I NEVER have to spend an entire day cleaning. Everyone should give this a try.

    • todderinfav5admin says:

      I just want pictures of your shiny, clean rooms. It would be like a lovely mental vacation when I find my offspring have trashed the house. 🙂

  2. Mila says:

    Ok, here is the problem As shown in the eqituaon below, nitrogen oxide, NO, is common pollutant that is produced by the reaction of nitrogen and oxygen gases. Since these gases are the major components of air, nitrogen oxideresults when air is heated in furnaces, motor engine cylinders, or other high temperature combustion areas. N2 (g) + O2 (g) 2 NO (g)A. Given that the standard enthalpy of formation for NO2 (g) is 90.25 KJ/mole and using the absolute entropies listed below, calculate the free energy change for this reaction at 25 degrees celcius. Is this reaction product favores at 25 degrees celcius? Absolute entropiesN2 (g) 191.5 J/mol times K O2 (g) 205.0 J/mole times KNO (g) 210.7 J/mol times KB. If the reaction is not product-favored at 25 degrees celcius, determine under what conditions it would be product favored.Show ALL work.Thanks for any help I can get!

  3. Wendy says:

    This is originally from a blog post I wrote when we moved into a new place a few years ago and needed to simplify our cleaning schedule. 🙂 http://wendyandadam.blogspot.com/2012/01/my-cleaning-schedule.html Glad you liked it and wanted to share.

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