HIA EPISODE 002: HOW TO CREATE AN EFFECTIVE CLEANING ROUTINE WITH KENDRA HENNESSY

Homemaking – and our roles within the home – change depending on what season of life we are in, and sometimes creating an effective cleaning schedule can be extremely difficult when you feel like you have a million and one other responsibilities. Kendra is joining us today to talk about how our homemaking will look different depending your particular circumstances and family, and how to find a routine that works for YOU.

Kendra is a mama herself and started her business at the age of 22, so she knows exactly what it is to be busy. She blogs over at Mother Like A Boss and she is with us in this week’s episode to give us a little glimpse into the mindset of a cleaning and organisation guru.

I was so encouraged recording this episode with her and I love the advice she gives on working with who you are and what you have. Let’s dive in!

Episode 002: How To Create An Effective Cleaning Routine with Kendra Hennessy

by Becca Day ft. Kendra Hennessy | The Homemakers In Action Podcast

In this episode you will learn:

  • How to create a routine that works specifically for you and your family.
  • How to actually stick to the routine you set for yourself.
  • You’ll hear some super motivational anecdotes from the true Queen of Clean
  • I guarantee you will finish listening to this podcast feeling inspired and ready to take on your home and the grime within it!

Links and resources mentioned in this episode:

In the next episode…

On the podcast next time I’m going to be talking about determining how to best spend your time as a homemaker. This is something I’ve really been struggling with lately so I can’t wait to share it with you.

WELL HEY THERE!

I'm Becca! I found myself flung into the world of changing nappies and trying (and failing) to run a home when I was just 20 years old. I started Homemakers In Action to help others out there who are struggling to find their inner domestic goddess.

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