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    Default If you worked full time would you.......

    Hire a cleaner?

    I currently work part time and study part time (from home), and just keep on top of things..when I go back to full time work I think I'd need someone here at least once or twice a week to help out. What would you do?

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    I don't work full time and I have one! Do it! Life's too short to clean

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    If I had enough spare money I would love a cleaner, I hate housework, it's the same old all the time.....

    But I only work four days a week..

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    haha i'm too stingy to pay for one till I'm desperate..and considering our business does cleaning as part of its branches I couldnt justify it right now. But studying uni to hopefully be in a position where money isnt an issue

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    Yep I did before becoming a SAHM I hated spending my weekends with DH cleaning

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    I had a cleaner when I worked full time and now I am a SAHM and still have one. Only once a fortnight, but definitely helps me to keep on top of everything.

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    Kinda glad about the responses. I keep trying to tell myself I should be able to handle it as my mother did..but i really dont think i could

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    Definitely. I would much rather spend the weekend enjoying my family than cleaning.

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    Absolutely. I had a cleaner once a fortnight when I was working full time, pre kids. Now I am a SAHM with 2 kids and my Mum helps me with the cleaning. If it wasn't for her there is no way I'd keep on top of it, so I'd hire a cleaner again for sure.


 

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