House Cleaner Health and Fitness

Too Depressed to Clean Your House

Ever been too depressed to clean your house? Cleaning when depressed is almost impossible because it’s just not a priority.
And if you’re too depressed to clean your house is easy to become overwhelmed, ashamed and desolate.
Depression cleaning is not always the answer either – just plowing through doesn’t solve the problem.

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Allergic to Pets – Tips for House Cleaners

Are you allergic to pets? I know how you feel. I was the cleaning lady allergic to dogs and would get a headache. But you still have to clean even if you’re allergic to pets. 

We Ask a House Cleaner about maids and pet allergies, airborne allergens and what to do if your nose itches. Or is it watery eyes and a hypersensitivity to pet dander? House cleaning is no fun when you’re allergic to pets.

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru shares tips on apple cider vinegar and lemon juice. End that sneeze, wheeze, cough and flu-like symptoms. Your air filters, (lungs) and immune system will thank you. 

Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner Training (for house cleaners and maids.) My Cleaning Connection (a hub for really cool cleaning stuff.) And HouseCleaning360.com (a hub where you can list your house cleaning business and customers can find you. 

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Parasites – House Cleaners at Risk

Parasites. House cleaners are at risk with allergies, eyes watering, itching, brain fog and a host of other things that come with parasites.
We Ask a House Cleaner about parasites and what house cleaners and maids can do to protect themselves.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says we all have parasites. We are hosts as humans to the microscopic organisms found in food, pets and more.
Vitacost has a parasite cleanse of wormwood combination, garlic, cloves and black walnut hull. Feel great again with a DIY, OTC parasitic cleanse you can do at home.
Today’s sponsor is https://BedicalCare.com who provides mattress encasements to help prevent allergies.

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How Biorhythms Affect House Cleaners

“How do biorhythms affect house cleaners? I want to grow my cleaning business but it’s hard when I’m moody, thin skinned, sensitive and clumsy.” We Ask a House Cleaner “Could it be biorhythms?”

“I’m trying to build my cleaning business and I’m no clean guru, but I am emotional and in a bad mood. I don’t know if it’s biorhythms or PMS and it’s killing my maid service.” 

Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says it’s hard to do speed cleaning and work smart without biorhythms explained. Today we look at systems to make your biorhythm work for you and increase your productivity.

Today’s sponsors are HouseCleaning360 (a hub connecting a house cleaner with a homeowner.) My Cleaning Connection (a hub with really cool cleaning stuff.) And Savvy Cleaner Training for house cleaner education and maid service training. 

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House Cleaning as a Sport

House cleaning as a sport. It’s a strategic mindset for business endurance and success. House cleaner training includes a sport like routine of an elite athlete.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru, and 29-time marathon runner says house cleaning is a sport. You have to have a plan. You need a routine where you eat right, sleep, budget your energy and budget your fuel. You have to pace yourself for performance.
The preparation and practice will make you a savvy cleaner and build confidence.
Today’s sponsors are My Cleaning Connection and HouseCleaning360.com

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