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A Checklist of Household Chores

Let's face it - we all have seen ourselves getting lazy over accomplishing house chores and household tasks. You have got a pile of dirty clothes staring at you from inside the laundry basket, but you are not sure whether you should do the laundry first or do a bit of dusting first. While many of us are good at managing our work, some of us are clueless when it comes to daily household tasks.  Most of us procrastinate over house chores and it's okay, but they don't have to be dull and create feelings of loathing!

One good way to get along with house chores is to assign frequency to tall the various chores you want to get done with. There are daily tasks that you have to do at all costs, such as making the beds, taking out the trash, cleaning the kitchen counters. 

Then there are some chores that don't require your daily attention, as that would be an unnecessary waste of time and energy. For example, your refrigerator doesn't really require cleaning up on a daily basis. Similarly, there are a few elements in your sweet home that require your attention at an even lesser frequency - maybe just once a year. These can include something as filthy as the gutters and drains or something as delicate as draperies and curtains.

Also See: How Often Should You Clean Your Home? #infographic

You can carry out most of the dusting tasks either weekly or monthly. Keep an eye out for all those dust particles - Taking care of yourself is as important as taking care of your home, so don't forget to cover yourself while you're at it! Gloves, face masks and similar equipment that will shield you from germs.

Also, keep the checklist below as handy, it will help you manage your home better. 
Your home deserves it!
A Checklist of Household Chores

Infographic by: ModernCastle

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A Checklist of Household Chores #Infographic

A Checklist of Household Chores

Let's face it - we all have seen ourselves getting lazy over accomplishing house chores and household tasks. You have got a pile of dirty clothes staring at you from inside the laundry basket, but you are not sure whether you should do the laundry first or do a bit of dusting first. While many of us are good at managing our work, some of us are clueless when it comes to daily household tasks.  Most of us procrastinate over house chores and it's okay, but they don't have to be dull and create feelings of loathing!

One good way to get along with house chores is to assign frequency to tall the various chores you want to get done with. There are daily tasks that you have to do at all costs, such as making the beds, taking out the trash, cleaning the kitchen counters. 

Then there are some chores that don't require your daily attention, as that would be an unnecessary waste of time and energy. For example, your refrigerator doesn't really require cleaning up on a daily basis. Similarly, there are a few elements in your sweet home that require your attention at an even lesser frequency - maybe just once a year. These can include something as filthy as the gutters and drains or something as delicate as draperies and curtains.

Also See: How Often Should You Clean Your Home? #infographic

You can carry out most of the dusting tasks either weekly or monthly. Keep an eye out for all those dust particles - Taking care of yourself is as important as taking care of your home, so don't forget to cover yourself while you're at it! Gloves, face masks and similar equipment that will shield you from germs.

Also, keep the checklist below as handy, it will help you manage your home better. 
Your home deserves it!
A Checklist of Household Chores

Infographic by: ModernCastle

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