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    Fo Sure!!!!

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    I only work part time, but if I could afford it, I would get a cleaner to do the bathroom, windows, mopping etc. We can keep up with the day-to-day cooking and dishes etc, but I find it a drag to do those once a week type jobs. Plus I find it boring.

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    I am currently looking for one. Just havent had enough time to look properly atm.

    I dont work full time but shift work and i am drained from work and would rather relax and play with DS instead of clean.

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    So for those that have a cleaner...

    When does the cleaner come? On one of your workdays or when you're home with the kids? If its when you're home do you leave the cleaner to it and take the kids out?

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    The first few times when I was home. I've started leaving a key for her recently. I left $10 laying around deliberately a few times and it's there when I get home!

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    I'd take the kids out if I were home as mine likes to chat!

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    Absolutely!

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    I am going to go back to work part time from home and study full time out of home. DP will be a SAHM/running a business from home. I have told her that if we can afford it, we will get a cleaner. I do our budget so I make sure we WILL afford it lol.

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    I volunteer 3 days a week (school hours) AND I have a cleaner lol! I just figure there's heaps of things I'd rather be doing than cleaning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LibranTwin View Post
    So for those that have a cleaner...

    When does the cleaner come? On one of your workdays or when you're home with the kids? If its when you're home do you leave the cleaner to it and take the kids out?
    The cleaner comes on one of my volunteer days..... So no one is home!


 
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