How To Have Things Done YOUR Way At Home

When you’re stuck in the home, and it’s not your turf, And all you need is a quiet place so you can log on to work. When things are done someone else’s way, And you feel that you don’t have any say. Just remember that this was how she felt, When she had a maid,Continue reading “How To Have Things Done YOUR Way At Home”

8 Tips To Help You Live Comfortably Without A Maid

My husband and I have lived without a maid often, mostly because I would rather that, than have a maid who works badly.¬†And because when I have a good maid, I happily give her long leave whenever she needs it. I’d rather have one person work for me permanently, than keep switching maids each year.Continue reading “8 Tips To Help You Live Comfortably Without A Maid”

How to be a relaxed housekeeper

If there’s too much to clean, just throw it all out. When you have cabin fever, just get out of the house! Cook simple and easy everyday, You can go out for something different once in a way. Do the chores badly if your kids won’t help, They’ll learn it’s better if they do itContinue reading “How to be a relaxed housekeeper”

2018 – Our Year to Make Space

My husband and I made a decision to down size our stuff, in an effort to make space in our lives. In this post, I talk about our decision, our goals and the 6 things that helped us with them.

I just have to write about this, because it’s changed the quality of our lives and given me time to get out and get some sun.

The taste of freedom with our Milagrow Floor Cleaning Robot

We chose to buy the Milagrow for two reasons.

One, it had a budget friendly model which seemed to be good enough for our needs.

And two, it had a service centre in Mumbai, unlike the Roomba, where the nearest service centre at that time, was in Bangalore.

We purchased our Milagrow Aguabot 7.0 Cashmere for about Rs25000/- under an Independence Day discount offer in August 2018 and it set us free from the routine of daily cleaning. A review . . .

A tale of two families

Husband No 1 : Nothing to do, nothing to do! My poor dear wife has nothing to do! I come home from work and the house is so clean, She’s sitting around reading a magazine! The food is all cooked and our ironing is done. She looks like her day’s been a lot of fun.