Today is very exciting, because Heather (from My Life Well Loved) and I are kicking off our May collaboration for Mom’s Naptime Power Hour! Each Monday in May, we’ll be on our blogs sharing helpful ways to encourage each other in motherhood, with housekeeping, fashion, parenting and more! On Tuesday at 1pm est, we will be chatting on Facebook live to answer all of your questions! If you have any, leave them in the comments or shoot them over on social media!
Now I’m going to jump right into the nitty gritty! Growing up, when people asked what I wanted to be, it was a wife and mom. It wasn’t until later in my teenage years that I decided I wanted to be a nurse. That’s a profession that I’m so grateful to have I have if I ever want to get back into it. But for now, I’m getting to live my childhood dream. My dream was a bit more fancy, with a white picket fence and kids that never talked back to me, but I’m really grateful for this life of motherhood, with a side of housekeeper! And let me tell you. My role as housekeeper is a big one with 3 boys!
Now, I know not everyone enjoys this kind of thing. But most of you reading this have the same responsibilities that I do. The house has to be cleaned, the meals have to be made and the kids have to have the dirt scraped from between their toes. So, why don’t we make our lives as easy as possible?
What are some of your favorite ways to stay on top of housekeeping? Leave them in the comments below and also message any questions you want answered during our Facebook Live tomorrow!
Bona would like to invite you to get in on the conversation by submitting your best tips and tricks for a chance to win a $100 worth of Bona products or $500 a day! Make sure to check out Bona.com for all the details!
Colleen Sullivan says
I wish I kept a cleaning schedule but I kind of just do whatever looks like it needs the most attention first and then whatever I can make time for during the day with the kids. I definitely need that Bona mop with the cleanser attached! I have the mop and spray but that system looks so convenient.