Is there life after housework?
A revolutionary approach that will free you from the drudgery of housework
I don’t think one can “improve” housework to the extent it can make the drudgery disappear. Taking a task and making it more efficient is a good idea, and I am onboard with the concept. As a house cleaning slacker, I am usually disorganized and easily distracted. I just don’t think I can go through the house and get everything done. I think this book assumes you can get organized and not be distracted by other stuff or people.
When I was doing the housework thing with children, I couldn’t devote serious time since I was always getting interrupted. I love a clean house, but have always thought of housework as a never ending chore. It’s never done. Life after housework? No, because it starts all over again and it never ends. Also, I don’t like these illustrations.
Still cleaning up from the 1990s,