For those of us who have the responsibility for home care, the weight of it sometimes can feel crushing. Carrying around a crushing weight definitely causes a person's quality of life to stay at a low point on the scale.
Either I worked like a dog for hours on end in order to get my house clean or I dodged the whole chore until I could hardly stand to live in my house!
I've often wondered why we still haven't solved this huge problem that wearies women/housekeepers all over the world. Of course, I've also wondered if all of us just accept the weight because we thinks it's what we're born to handle and that there's no escape.
I think I was definitely one of those that just thought I was doomed to have a lower quality of life than other people because home care was my destiny. Then in recovery I learned that problems have solutions and that maybe it wasn't my destiny to struggle. I found out that the world is full of information about how to solve problems and the main barrier to solving them is not asking for help!
It turns out that professional housekeepers have figured out how to do a fabulous job in a tiny amount of time. They do it in a meditative way, without wasting steps and movement, so that when they're finished they're not tired and are not stressed.
So...I took what those professionals have figured out and applied it to my own life. Guess what?! I no longer worry about home care. Specific instructions in Parts 2 and 3.
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