Discover how a working single mom keeps a house as clean as any stay-at-home mom – and still has time for life…
My name is Carole, and I am a clean freak. Not a good thing for a single working mom.
I come from a line of horrible housekeepers. I'm talking dust and dirt stuck on the greasy grime kind of yuck. As a teenager, I sure didn't want to be spending all my free time cleaning house. But if I didn't want to be disgusted or embarrassed, it was up to me to clean it. I started trying to figure out how to clean house at a young age.
What a Difference Cleaning Makes
I could make our very humble home look pretty good just by cleaning it. That might seem to be common sense, but to a teenager, it is quite a revelation.
The other weird thing that happened was that I found I was more comfortable being at home. I didn't feel like I had to be out running around to escape the madness at home. And I wasn't embarassed to have anyone over anymore. I felt a lot more settled and calm.
Baby makes more mess and less time
By the time she started school, I was a single mom. We were getting up before dawn and not getting back home until after 6 pm. My house would be crawling with kids as soon as we walked in the door. Then there was dinner, and homework, and bath. I'm not telling you anything new, right?
Would you Choose a Clean House, or a Life?
It wasn't fair that we couldn't do anything on Saturday because I had a house to clean first. On the other hand, I didn't want her to suffer from the same embarrassment that I did when I was young. I couldn't just leave it. I felt so overwhelmed and guilty.
Truth be told – I really wanted my house to look like I was a stay-at-home mom.
There had to be a way to get the house clean, and still have time for life
I started trying to do a little every day. I ended up staying up later to get things done, which of course meant less sleep and being increasingly crabbier by the end of the week. That wasn't working so well.
Then the breakthrough finally came!
Not only did I learn shortcuts and how to clean things more effectively, I also got to try cleaning a lot of different things in a lot of different houses.
But that wasn't the best part
I now had access to how a professional plans the work. I had step-by-step plans. And I saw how things went faster in some homes than in others.
Then, I took all of this knowledge and broke it down into a daily plan.
It worked better than I could have imagined. My house was staying clean with so much less effort – I was pinching myself. In a short while, it became habit. I didn't even really need to think about it. Housecleaning suddenly seemed easy.
I wanted to keep it a secret
It was kind of nice having people think I was some kind of super-woman. I had a business associate ask me once how often the maid came.
I didn't want people to know how easy it really is. But this was too good not to share. That would be cruel.
In the first part of the book I go over basic house cleaning how-to's – so you'll know how to efficiently clean each room in your house, top to bottom and get it done faster and easier. You'll know things like -
How to clean every room in your home, top to bottom, and keep it clean.
How to keep the kitchen clean in minutes a day.
How to clean the bathroom in 10 minutes – even less once you get good at it.
Get your clutter organized.
Storage solutions to keep things neat, but easily accessible
Solutions to common house cleaning problems
I'll also let you know what cleaners I use, because using ineffective cleaners can really slow you down.
You would think that cleaning more often – you would use more cleaning products. Actually, you will use less. It takes less to get it clean when you don't have a build up.
Then – the secret sauce – the schedule
I'll go into full details about what to do daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonally. You'll have checklists that you can print out and keep handy to save you more time.
And I'll give you organizing tips to make it easier to keep things in order. I'll tell you how I made it easy for my daughter to keep her room clean and for all the kids to put stuff away when they were done with it. Yes, really. It was a rule if they wanted to play at my house.
The book is a quick read – no fluff. Just a step-by-step guide so you can be off and getting it done.
Soon You'll Be Experiencing Clean House Zen
In 2 or 3 weeks you'll find it easier to be in the groove. Plus you'll find that when you keep up, the work is not as hard as it used to be. Between getting good at it, and not having the build up, you'll find that your housecleaning is so much easier – you'll be pinching yourself too!
Even my now 23 year old daughter is keeping her house clean. It is that easy.
Plus I'm going to throw in a couple extras –
Bonus #1: The Essential Guide to Organizing Your Home
When you purchase “Secret Confessions of a Clean Freak” right now, you also get instant access to The Essential Guide to Organizing Your Home – written by a professional organizer – its full of tips to help you get your home organized.
Bonus#2: How To Clean Your Carpets Like a Pro
New carpet is expensive. It makes sense to protect your investment. This report was written by a professional carpet cleaner and it will help you keep your carpets looking great longer.
Bonus#3: Perfect Fit Decorating
Once you get the house clean, you might want to take it up a notch.
Learn how to pick the perfect color scheme for your individual taste
Learn how to decorate in a way that makes sense for your lifestyle
Tips for sprucing up what you already have if you can't afford to buy new right now
and much more…
When you consider that having your house cleaned costs about $95 a pop, and most people have a cleaning done every 2 weeks adding up to $2,470.00 a year – this is a real steal to get the secrets of getting professional results so easily at just $19.97!
Get your copy now. You'll love the results!
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Now, what will you do with all that free time?
PS – Look around you right now. How good would it feel if your house was just pretty clean all of the time? And you didn't have to kill yourself to keep it that way? Would feel pretty good, right?
PSS- If you have read this far, you are probably trying to decide if you believe this can work for you. I don't blame you. When I was struggling and trying to keep up, I read all kinds of useless adivce and tips that were just a waste of time. Let me put your mind at ease. Try it for 30 days. If you don't agree that this will make your life easier for years to come, request a full refund.
What others have said…
Wow Carol, I do appreciate you replying to my email, I honestly wasnt expecting anything back, you normally cant rely on it these days can you and when you look at how simple you made it, well thanks, I can cope with that, just having it printed out in front of me like this really does inspire me to just get on with it and stop thinking about it. So at the bbq on Saturday I will have a drink to you!! Many thanks for your help.
I just had to let you know though I have only been using your cleaning scheme for a week, but already my house is twenty times cleaner than it has been in a long time and it looks set to stay that way. I cannot believe that I can now find it possible to keep the house clean while at the same time juggling a part time job, a three year old and a one year old and being pregnant, without having to spend any more time on jobs around the house than I did before. I had never thought of using a squegee to clean the shower screen. It was really disgusting, we'd not been able to see through it in years, yet within a minute the thing was spotless. I'd also never thought of using a feather duster to dust everything or of dusting twice a week, even though it sounds crazy! But now the house is pretty much dust free and will stay that way! It's great to feel that my boys can have their little friends round to play, whereas before I was to ashamed to have anybody round (unless their house was also dirty!).
Thanks, your book has made me happy.
I would like to thank you so much for the wonderful book, "Secret Confessions of a Clean Freak" This book is the answer to my prayers. With a family of four youngsters, and my husband and I both working, it's often difficult to keep up with the regular must-dos in order to maintain a clean and tidy house. I have always felt that it all boils down to proper time management, and I must say this book certainly helped me get control of my time.
We have always appreciated a clean and tidy home, although sometimes it would take all day just to get the living room into a presentable state. This book clearly outlines just how to prevent things becoming too much, and it has become easy for me to get into the habit of cleaning things up right away.
Sometimes it's difficult to know exactly where or how to start! "Secret Confessions of a Clean Freak" explains clearly how to begin each cleaning task, and shares insider tips , like dealing with dull wood surfaces. This complete guidebook also recommends products that work best for particular cleaning jobs.
"Secret Confessions of a Clean Freak", is a must-have for every household. It has given me the time to enjoy my clean home.
I really would like to thank you so much for sending me this Ebook Carole, you have a heart of gold!
I wanted to tell you, I usually have this whole cleaning ritual that I go through. I have all these cleaners that I use in each room. I tried it the way that you do it and ba-da-bing! It was done. This is so cool, I am so excited! I've been doing it the same way practically since I was a kid. I can't believe I didn't know how to clean a house. I am so proud of myself!
Round Lake, IL
I believe it's a very handy book and will be happy to
Think No One Really Notices?
I'm so glad you raised me to be clean. Some of these people's houses are disgusting. Especially their bathrooms. I don't want to be rude, but I want to ask them how they think they can get clean in that room.
Emma Gabor – at age 17