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I like to clean my apartment once a week to ensure it is well-kept and gives me a sense of accomplishment. However, some weeks I find myself not having the energy to do this weekly task and it takes me twice as long to complete.
Does anyone have any tips to manage fatigue while doing chores around the house?
I would say to just do easy stuff and try not to push yourself too hard.
I’m struggling with this myself lately. I still work full time too, so that can impact what I have energy for too.
I didn’t do it yet, but my idea was to make a chore list. Then I can try to do little things each day, checking them off as I go, rather than trying to do it all at once. Break down each task: not clean bathroom but clean mirror, clean sink, etc. Maybe I can get through my list by doing little steps each day rather than a big exhausting chore day. Worth a try!
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