It’s a pain, especially for our older audience who aren’t as flexible as they once were. So here’s a few tips we have for doing so.
First and foremost, before you’ve started anything. You should think about how easy it will be to clean.
I LOVE houses with lots of glass, massive glass windows to look at, obviously you want a view to go with it. But that would be a massive amount of work to clean it, so it’s not for me. I don’t have that sort of time, nor that sort of money to pay someone to clean it for me!
But that brings me to my second point, what if you could have your own personal cleaner, paid for by the local government?
Hear me out.
You see if you’re an older person, or your family member suffers from dementia or alzheimer’s, or you’ve injured yourself and can’t work, you can get a service called home care.
My local home care northampton company visits my parents every week to help them living more comfortable at home. And part of that service is providing assistance with general household chores. The best part is, my parents care at home service is paid for by the government.
Now of course, I’m not suggesting you do anything “dodgy” to get your local council to pay for your home care. But if you’re an older person or one of the reasons I listed above, and you’re eligible. I wouldn’t turn it down, it could really be beneficial to you.
Alternatively you can pay for home care as a private service, which ever works best for you and your budget.
Find out more about how home care and live in care can help you (besides general household chores), I was reading this site:
To a clean and lazy future for us both!