The new year’s adage is “out with the old and in with the new.” And while you’re making the new year’s goals, might we suggest one thing that will affect the welfare of not only you but your entire family? A clean house.
“What! A clean house? That’s impossible,” you may be thinking. It seems a bit overwhelming when you wake up New Year’s Day to piles of dishes and leftover food from your midnight party. Like any goal in life, you need a starting point. It’s easier to keep a house already clean than start with a dirty one.
So, start with the convenience of hiring a maid cleaning service. Call to schedule a one-time cleaning and our professionals will have your home sparkling in a few short hours. Now you’ve officially started on your resolution. Doesn’t it feel great!?
For some, that one-time boost may be all the motivation you need. But let’s be realistic, there are 365 days in a year. It’s easy to begin the new year excited and pumped-up for our resolutions and then let them slowly slide into oblivion after a few months. Studies suggest that of the 45% of Americans that make New Year’s resolutions only 8% actually achieve their goals. (1)
Many of us try to take on the world by ourselves. If we have to ask for help we somehow see it as a sign that we’ve failed, but that’s just not true. Don’t be afraid to get help where you can. Surely your goal of having a clean house doesn’t mean you have to do it all yourself. Instead of hiring just a one-time clean, schedule the maids to come out on a recurring basis. You can begin by getting a free cleaning quote on our website.
So out with the old: your sticky floors, soap-scummed bathtub, dirty windows, dusty furniture, food-splattered appliances. And in with the new: room to move around, lower stress, a happier family (because dirty spaces cause grumpy faces).
With one less chore on your to-do list you now have more time for your other resolutions, such as a workout routine. Unfortunately you can’t hire someone to do that for you.