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Home organization and management is something I have always struggled with View all 5 comments.
This further emphasizes that the SHE is the one in the house who is responsible for the housework. Fly,ady I think this book was helpful for that pursuit, so long as one can stand a high level of annoyingness. Stay with me here. I’m still learning, and my house is by no means under control. God bless you all. Not a bad book on organizing your home, but not very well organized IMO for an organizational book.
I keep going back to this book again and again. View all 6 comments.
My favorite thing is the timer I use because of her. It feels like regurgitated material, typos and all, along with testimonials from those who seem to look at FlyLady like some sort of organizational guru.
So where Cilley talks about routines, Mason talks about habits. That’s a fact, Jack! Even though when I read it, I still think snk no way I can possibly keep my house that clean,” she still leaves me hop Full disclosure: While that makes for a satisfying deep clean, it is a lot of work. She teaches you to eliminate your clutter and establish simple routines for getting your home clean! Her lists are good and her ideas are stellar Unlike other xink your life” books, this one comes from the viewpoint that you don’t have to do everything!
There are morning routines, mid-morning routines, early afternoon routines, late afternoon routines, evening routines, before bed routines When they get that room done, they start on another. I liked that during her automated routines she opens up her mind to spiritual thoughts and meditations, so she is feeding her spirit while she is cleaning.
The book is aimed at the distracted, disorganized, I-don’t-even-know-where-to-start kind rsflections person. I would have loved some insight on high school age kids and getting them involved. With FlyLady’s system of working in Zones, you never have to spring clean again. I know my situation is not typical and she is writing to a larger audience with whom this theory would work naturally. She says that when you are cleaning your home you are blessing your home and your family.
If you fall off, get back on again, where you are, and don’t worry about “catching up”.
Sink Reflections by Marla Cilley
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Jan 23, 1verylovedmom rated it it was ok Shelves: No trivia or quizzes yet. To tell the reader that we have to lead by example and hopefully flyladh family follows your lead is not a great message.
It’s truly not about clutter and so much more about perfectionism. When did they do it? The house stays nice year round, and it’s not exhausting like doing all the heavy cleaning at once. What is it about change that discombobulates us? Jun 01, Angela rated it really liked it. The book also seems to flyladdy geared towards moms of small or younger children.
I have noticed a marked difference in my home and my flypady since I’ve started implementing th I keep going back to this book again and again. If they don’t come around then you stuck either feeling that you aren’t a good enough example or you are burdened cleaning up after everyone with a smile and a good attitude. I did not take her advice all the way to the extreme of literally polishing the sink until it shined, but I nonetheless took home the message that you can’t even begin reflection the kitchen until the sink is clean.
Near the beginning she tells the reader to check the clock and if it’s after 11pm to go to bed as soon as you finish the paragraph because your sleep is important. It feels like regurgit I originally found FlyLady online in a quest to get more organized at home, and at first I enjoyed her system. Posted in Habit of the Month Tagged babystepsbehavior modificationflylaryflyladyget organizedHabit of the Siinkshiny sinkSink Reflections.
I’m not strictly a checklist person when it comes to routines and have been known to let some housework stand undone in favor of other worthy activities.