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Should I get a cleaner?!

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Middlesexmummy Sat 29-Jun-13 11:23:04

Hi , I have OCD and loud and proud lol, seriously though I like a clean house and like u work ft with a messy 15 month old . I sometimes work from home but still have a cleaner who comes in once a week . There's nothing nicer than having your house cleaned , I then run a Hoover mop and cloth around daily , takes 15 mins , I do the superficial clean and she does the proper one !! I'd say its money well spent !

Mum2Fergus Sat 29-Jun-13 10:37:58

Before I lose will to live with my new (well, new to us!) house?! We moved here at end of Feb, DS(nearly 4) and DP. We both work full time, and from Tue I start a new job which I know will keep me busier than at present. I work compressed hours so off on a Monday while DS at nursery. I use this time to clean, launder, big shop and to cook 3-4 midweek meals for freezing. But I just can't get on top if things!! I've been accused of having OCD in the past as I would be so particular about keeping things clean and tidy, now I feel like I'm living in a skip! So...would a cleaner help out? Or should I just pace myself and make a more conscious effort?!x

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