It’s a common practice for housekeepers to take a “house cleaning” tour of the premises, but when Heathers found her house had been neglected for years, she took matters into her own hands.
She says her husband was very ungrateful for the cleaning work and didn’t want her to get any of the cleaning.
“I’d seen it on TV and they had the cleaning service, and my husband’s response was, ‘No, I’ve been cleaning your house.
We’re doing it for you, Heathers’,” she said.”
And I said, ‘I’m not getting paid, I’m not going to go to the cleaners.'”
After finding out about her husband’s behaviour, Heather says she was shocked.
“My husband was so ungracious and I was like, ‘Oh my god, I can’t believe you’re doing this.’
And I said ‘Well, I don’t think I can do it myself, so why don’t you take me and my daughter out and let’s go?'”
After her daughter’s arrival, Heather and her husband headed to a nearby pub to have a pint and watch a film, but after they were done they discovered their house was empty.
“It was the perfect opportunity to see the house I love,” Heathers said.
“The place was like a dream come true.
It was just perfect for a night out.
I mean it’s the perfect house, perfect for my kids to spend time in.”
Hazel’s husband, who is a full-time cleaning man, has been cleaning for 40 years.
Heathers says he is still surprised when she does his work.
“He’s been doing it since he was a kid, so he knows exactly what he’s doing, what the job entails,” she said, adding he does not give a cent of the time and money.
“As soon as I found out, I knew I had to get him back on the right track.”HELMISH: How to save money, save time and have fun with house cleaningThe cost of cleaning is a recurring theme for Heathers and it’s something she says she does all the time.
“The house I grew up in, there was one day we were cleaning it, and then there were another two days we didn’t clean it,” she explained.
“You know, we just don’t do that sort of thing.”
So when you go out and have a couple of drinks, it’s just to get through the day.
“But when you’re done, you go back to your car and take it to the shed and just do the washing and the dry cleaning.
It’s just like, what am I going to do?”
It’s like a chore, but it’s really good fun.
It’s such a common thing that it’s like the biggest waste of money.
“She says cleaning up a home has become a chore in itself, but if she could get rid at once, it would save her and her family thousands of dollars a year.”
We live in a small house, so it’s pretty easy to do.
It can be done, but that’s not what we want,” she says.”
If I could get out and just clean the house up, I think it would be really beneficial to our family.
“She also suggests doing a house-to-house cleaning to keep housework down.”
Some people just do it by the door and get out, but there’s so much more to it than just that.
It has a lot more to do with having a house to clean than just going to the front door and going, ‘Hi, I got some work for you.’
“So we do it the old fashioned way.”HELSY: What is housekeeping?
The term “housekeeping” is often used to describe a person who cleans a house for a fee.
It was originally used by British housebuilders to refer to a housekeeper who cleaned the home for a fixed fee.
In Australia, housekeepers are often referred to as “cleaners” and are paid in cash and/or in sorties.
The term housekeeping has also been used to refer only to housekeepers who do housekeeping tasks, such as taking the children to school.
Housekeepers are not typically paid by the hour, but they are expected to provide housekeeping services in exchange for cash.HELMS: Is it worth it?
In a 2015 survey of more than 10,000 housekeepers, the ABC found housekeepers earned an average of $25.41 per hour.
That works out to about $12.88 an hour for a full week of cleaning.
The ABC also found the average housekeeper spends about 10 per cent of their earnings on tips and allowances.
The average housemaid earns an average $6.88 per hour, or $1,082 a week.
But a recent study from the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIF