Do you struggle every day to get it all done?
If you’re fulfilling work and family obligations with little or no help, you know it’s a constant battle to keep your home in order. Often, it’s all or nothing – you’re catching up on one front but losing on another.
Comparing historic house and modern hotel operations, ex-Project Manager Alexandria Blaelock reveals how:
- What goes on in your head affects what goes on in your home.
- Focusing on what’s right for your family reduces your to-do list.
- Standardising saves you time and effort.
- Planning and scheduling makes it all happen.
- Not to feel guilty about seeking help.
Minimally Viable Housekeeping is Blaelock’s fourth book applying business techniques to personal concerns. Using these productivity techniques to manage your home will free up the time and energy you need to live a life worth living.
- Hardback (ISBN: 978-1-925749-02-1) MSRP US$24.99
- Paperback (ISBN: 978-1-925749-01-4) MSRP US$15.99
- Digital (ISBN: 978-1-925749-00-7) MSRP US$3.99
For signed copies and bulk orders, please contact [email protected].
Housekeeping can be tedious. It’s always there, and it always needs doing.
Whether you want to or not.
But if you set yourself some ground rules, and apply some efficiency and effectiveness techniques, you can get more done in less time.
Here are some thoughts I’ve had on Minimally Viable Housekeeping. Or challenge me to develop a solution for you in the comments below.
- Benefits of Home Ergonomics
- Books: to keep or not keep
- Creating a Happy and Healthy Home
- Doing the Damn Housework; Downton Abbey and You
- Dread of Domestic Duties
- Good Purchasing Decisions
- Happiness of Housekeeping Habits and Routines
- House Cleaning Outfit
- How To Care For Your Best Rooms
- How to Choose What to do First