How To Keep Your House Clean As A Family


When you are always cleaning the house as a parent, and it seems like no one else is pitching in to pull their weight, this can be extremely frustrating – which can leave you wondering why you are the only one cleaning the house when everyone is living in the house! Understanding how to get everyone to help you keep the house clean is one of the biggest keys to lightening your load as a parent; when you do this, you will no longer feel like you are pulling everyone’s weight, and being a parent will be a lot more enjoyable, as you will not always be focused on having to do so much tedious work.

You will put yourself in the best position to do this, of course, if you start when your children are still fairly young, but even if you have waited until they get older, you will be able to help them change their ways – and the best place for you to start is in training everyone in your family to clean up after themselves.

Once you have gotten everyone in your family to adjust to the understanding that it is their responsibility to clean up their own things, you can move on to helping everyone realize that the house is not just yours, it is theirs, and as such, it is their job to pitch in with the cleaning; each person should have a few simple “chores” they are expected to do each week, as this will keep the house from needing huge, thorough cleanings all the time.

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And the most difficult step – but perhaps the most rewarding – is getting everyone in your family to a point where they take initiative without being told to do something, where they learn to simply recognize that something needs to be done, and then to simply do it. It can take a fair amount of time for you to counquer this step, but if you start from the first step and work your way up, you will eventually reach a place where everyone in your family is helping to keep the house clean – and to where the house then becomes something that is a joy, rather than a constant task!