Clean Less Play More

Housekeeping for Normal People

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Publication Date: July 22, 2020 • ISBN: 979-8668818662

Introducing “Clean Less, Play More: Housekeeping for Normal People,” the ultimate guide to keeping your home clean and tidy without sacrificing your free time.

This book is for those of us who want a clean home but don’t want to spend all of our time cleaning. It’s for busy people who have better things to do than scrub toilets and mop floors.

In “Clean Less, Play More,” you’ll learn practical and effective cleaning strategies that will help you get the job done quickly and efficiently. You’ll discover:

  • How to streamline your cleaning routine so you can spend more time doing the things you love
  • Simple tricks for keeping your home clean and clutter-free
  • How to motivate yourself to clean (even when you don’t feel like it)
  • Tips for involving your family in the cleaning process
  • Strategies for deep cleaning your home (without spending days doing it)
  • And much more!

This book is not about perfection. It’s about finding a balance between a clean home and a fulfilling life. With “Clean Less, Play More,” you’ll be able to enjoy the benefits of a tidy home without sacrificing your free time.

So if you’re tired of spending your weekends cleaning and want to reclaim your time, order your copy (from Amazon) (or download a PDF right away)

of “Clean Less, Play More: Housekeeping for Normal People” today!


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What People are Saying

  • I love your sense of humor! Totally like mine! Thanks for this SIMPLE list that I need to print and remind myself to do everyday….now what to do with that scary paper trail that grows and grows and grows and becomes lots of paper mountains! EEK!

  • Hi Stephanie, I just found you and as a mother for 4 children ages 9,6,5,and 4, everything I have read so far has been very helpful… I have been trying to find chores for my children to do on a daily basis for awhile now and I have to say that yours is the best… Thank you very much for sharing all your ideas with me and my family

  • I think I need to take out a billboard (or full-page ad in the newspaper) that says this: “the secret to parenting is to remember that your goal is to raise capable adults. Chores are not only okay, they are necessary.” I swear, too few people I know seem to understand this AT ALL. The last thing I want to be doing in my golden years is taking care of grown children who are incapable of taking care of themselves. But I know people who will be….

  • Ohhhh, I love it. My New Year’s resolution that I am desperate to maintain (yah- it’s March, but I’m trying!!) is to get order into my crazy house. These are reasonable, achievable and maintainable for anyone to do! I am loving this!