Ever visited another working mom's house and wondered how it's so clean and organized? Well, maybe she has super powers. Or, maybe she has a house cleaner come every week (or two weeks, or month, etc).
The biggest objection I hear from women is that they can't afford to hire help. But, you are not hiring Alice from the Brady Bunch to be at your house all day, everyday. You can hire someone to come once a week, every other week or once a month.
The time you'll save is just a start. Imagine walking in the door after picking up your kids from school and the house is clean and ready for dinner, homework time and a busy weekend.
Kids. Work. Cooking. Laundry. Grocery Shopping. Do you really think that one person can do it all? It's ok to ask for help and a great way to start is with a house cleaner. You'll regain hours each week that you can spend with your family and on building a career.
Raising kids and working are TWO full time jobs. You should feel overwhelmed and stretched too thin if you are trying to do both well and without much help. In this step-by-step guide we give you realistic actions you can start today to hire a trusted and reliable house cleaner within a week, with only a couple of hours of effort.