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Idiots Guide to housekeeping

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ohhello Thu 25-Jun-15 19:35:35

I'm looking for a book which guides on how to organise and manage a family home, doing laundry well, meal planning, generally getting your shit together grin
any recommendations?

woowoo22 Thu 25-Jun-15 22:13:15

Have you tried looking at blogs? A Slob Comes Clean, Clean Mama and that sort of thing. And youtube smile

4kidsandaunicorn Fri 26-Jun-15 13:15:21

Fly lady was always quite good/popular.

Marie Kondo is also good telling you how not to have too much stuff, after the big clear out its easier to be super organised and tidy.

There are also a couple of long term threads on here about being really organised.

mrsmeerkat Sat 27-Jun-15 01:20:34

Not a book but I love anthea turners dvds perfect housewife. Great ideas

Totally agree with just raiding out though

ISaySteadyOn Sun 28-Jun-15 18:09:53

Me too, ohhello. Frankly, I think what I need is an old-fashioned Home Economics course.

WhoisLucasHood Sun 28-Jun-15 20:10:01

I bought tons of these when we bought our first home. My fav is Flylady tbh but I also dip into the family manager survival guide, that lady does love a list.

PosterEh Wed 01-Jul-15 09:10:37

There is a mumsnetter who wrote a kindle book about this called "Austerity housekeeping" which I bought when it was on sale. I remember thinking it was quite good but I can't break my slatternly ways sadly do haven't put into practice.

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