Dedicating the time to cleaning didn’t hurt my schedule. I spend far less time searching for lost items, feeling frantic, and feeling overwhelmed. There’s a quick and handy form at the top of the right hand column. In fact, I feel so organized that I was able to finally start this blog, something I’ve wanted to do for a very long time. Read on to learn more about MCAD, and how you can address the root cause.
This 1955 washer/dryer commercial shows that by the mid 1950s doing the laundry was significantly easier than in the days when it took an entire day to wash by hand, so the habit of washing and drying at least one load of laundry per day was born.
Cleaning the kitchen was also done daily, with a thorough cleaning of the refrigerator at least weekly, and a wipe down of all cupboards–inside and out–at least every few weeks.
If you need to revamp your home cleaning efforts, why not make it a pact with yourself to try this 1950s schedule for 30 days?
The first week might not go as quickly as this suggests because you have some catching up to do, but after that, it’s a breeze.
Next, mom would move on to tidying the living room, dusting all furnishings, and controlling paper and other clutter.