Unless you’re Mary Poppins, you probably don’t like to clean very much; unfortunately, it’s something that most of us have to do. According to a study done by Rug Doctor, women will spend 12,896 hours in their lifetime cleaning the home, which is almost one-and-a-half year of their lives. It may not be a huge surprise that men spend less time cleaning in their lifetime as compared to women. Men spend around half of that — or 6,448 hours in their lifetime cleaning — and therefore, it’s probably fairly safe to say that women are the more hygienic sex.
William Penn once said “Time is what we want most, but what we use worst.” We may not always be able to control how we spend our time, but we can try to make the most of it.
The best way to gain awareness — the first step towards change — is to find an objective system of measurement that cuts through the power of human rationalization. After all, perception and reality are often two different things. When you track your time, you get a healthy dose of the unfettered truth. Then you can start spending time on what’s most important.
HappyLife Cleaning's goal is to provide modern customer experience and service mixed with old school quality so you can spend time doing what you love. We strive to make each client's experience smooth, stress free and customized to their needs. In fact, we guarantee it!
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