Housekeeping: Is Your House Clean?

Heres from a writer who has two children ages 2 and 5. Talk about getting personal. Keeping a clean house (which happens one to two times a week typically) is difficult for me. Housekeeping is important for most people I would think. I sit around sometimes thinking that I should be a better person about cleaning up after myself and my children. Somtimes I’m lazy, sometimes I’m not. We all have those kinds of tendancies, don’t we? Or maybe the issue goes deeper? Perhaps it’s really depression. What do you think? Am I a depressed writer? I’m 25, and this is one of my first major articles. Am I going to be one of those people you never hear from again? I like to think not. I like to think positive about what I’m doing. With me, my wife, and my children. The fact remains that my house is dirty but it doesn’t bother me. I guess I have to ask then, does it bother? But wait, don’t answer that until you read more.

It’s kind of funny to me, how depression and writing go so far into the population you could pop it with a pin because of the tention in just about the subject of depression. Do you think you get depressed about cleaning your house? Is your house always clean? I know mine isn’t. I tend to think in the back of my head that depression is not a sickness, but more of a disability that can be overcome. But, I have to ask you, the general public, is it both? Will the services of избор на професионален домоуправител efficient in housecleaning? The question will be answered after visit to online sites and checking the reviews. The outcome of the house managers cleaning will be helpful to satisfy the needs of the person.

I decided to go out to Google, of course, and search for “House Cleaning % In the U.S.”, you know, just to see what kind of percentage I was in. You know? Those “statistics” the people that make them create. As an average comparing myself to the rest of everyone in the U.S.? You would think that would pull up some kind of percentage of people that clean their house, but it didn’t. It pulled a list of places or people, such as www.merrymaids.com which we all know, or www.MollyMaid.com which is another household name. Let’s not forget about those overseas companies such as www.anyclean.co.uk which I have no idea about. Can you believe that these were in the first five hits?

Do you keep a clean house? Is America leveraging the stress of daily life, perhaps the void of depression, rather then the expansion of the mind, and outsourcing cleaning responsibilities to other companies, through the internet and through the phonebook?

Is that what is really going on?