The idea of cleaning your home can be more exhausting than the act itself. But while you can afford to be a little slack with some areas of your house, there are other parts that need to be cleaned every day. For the ultimate guide to how often
For most of us, the days of hauling large rugs outside to beat the dust off of them are thankfully long gone. But that doesn't mean we should take our housekeeping chores lightly. Take vacuuming for example. You may think it's just
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) found that men average around 16 hours of ‘unpaid’ work – defined as work households do themselves but could pay someone else to do for them – per week, while women do 26 hours a week. According to the report, women continue to do more housework and childcare than men, especially those aged between 26 and 35.
Which is why one woman wanted to shout about the fact that she was teaching her son to do household chores, so he’d realise early on that housework wasn’t just for women. Mum-of-two Nikkole Paulun from Michigan took to Facebook to share pictures of her six-year-old son, Lyle doing the washing, loading the dishwasher and cooking, alongside a lengthy caption explaining why it is so important to her that her son learns these important life skills. “I teach my son to cook & do household chores.
Do you have trouble convincing your other half to do their fair share of the household chores? Well how’s this for a sweetener to induce them into sticking on the marigolds: more housework = more sex. A new study has revealed the importance of housework when it comes to sex in relationships.
It’s always a great day when Britain can boast of its achievements and now we can add lazy children to music, fashion and culture. The sample of nearly 1,000 children from England showed that less than half (47%) helped out with household chores when asked by their parents. This compares with 70% of Romanian children, 69% of Algerians and 68% of Polish youngsters who claimed to do them when asked.