Anything above your eye level doesn’t need dusting.
If you live with someone taller than you it’s their problem.
Your floor doesn’t need to be clean enough to eat off if you have a table.
The table doesn’t have to be clean enough to eat off if you have plates.
If you don’t want to wash the plates buy paper ones.
The floor only needs washing when people start sticking to it.
Collect stacks of fabric to protect otherwise exposed surfaces around the house.
To save power, only wash the windows when you have to turn lights onto find the scissors.
Dust bunnies make care free pets.
Collect lovely sewing tools to display around the house so you can always find scissors.
Someone else will cook if they get hungry before you, just make sure they cook enough for you too.
In case this doesn’t work, always have the nearest takeaway on quick dial.
Decorate your home with a country theme,and note that dust is a country accent,and free!
Biscuits come already wrapped for special occasions including birthdays and Christmas, though the wrapping isn’t always as personal as we would like.
Order cakes from your favourite baker for weddings, birthdays, and visitors. Save home-made for special occasions.
Use the broom handle to hang a quilt,and as using a broom head without the handle is bad for your back, don’t use it!
A strategically placed pile of quilt magazines will hide the dirty marks on the coffee table,though should be substituted with cook books when quilters are due to visit.
Dishwashers, sewing machines, microwave ovens and rotary cutters are essential time-saving tools for every quilter.
Copyright 2010 Judy Butcher, Virtual Quilter