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The Road to Becoming a Great Homemaker

It is not always easy to be a good homemaker. As I always say, not everyone is naturally gifted to take on the task. But you can of course overcome this if you have the enthusiasm for it.

Here, I give you some tips on how you can be good in certain aspects of homemaking. I am so happy that my husband has actually recognized my efforts in these:

  1. Establish a routine.

The key to being a great homemaker starts in the effort you put in to creating your own routine and sticking to it. In this way, you are able to do your most important chores and find time to squeeze in special tasks or for relaxation purposes. Having a routine will ensure that you are not stressed out as you are able to finish all important tasks.

  1. Have a weekly schedule.

It is not every day that you need to do certain tasks. You can vacuum twice a week, you can clean the bathrooms once a week, you can bake a cake twice a week and so on. If you set a weekly schedule, you will be able to make sure that you tick all important chores and have more time for yourself and the family.

  1. Be organized.

It is important to be organized not just with your schedule but also in keeping your home clutter free. A clean and organized home is proven to lessen not just your stress levels but that of the other members of your family. Try it and make sure that your family members stick to it as well.

  1. Have your own toolkit.

Is your faucet dripping? Do you need to put up a new mirror? There are usually a lot of regular touch ups and quick fixes that you need to do at home. Make sure that you keep a toolkit. It will save you money and make things easy for you.