This 20/10 method will change your approach to cleaning: how to make your life easier

Julia PeschanskayaLife
The 20/10 method

There are situations when you don't want to clean at all, but it's unavoidable. Housewives spend a lot of time and effort cleaning their homes from dust and dirt. But this process can be greatly simplified if you use the 20/10 method.

Lifehacker took a closer look at this issue and identified all the advantages of this method. The 20/10 method is taken from Rachel Hoffman's 2017 book Unf*ck Your Habitat: You're Better Than Your Mess.

The method involves a simple concept: 20 minutes of cleaning and 10 minutes of rest. This simple method will help you maintain your productivity and energy. Spend 20 minutes on a particular surface to clean it well, then rest and move on to another area.

For example, you can wash the dishes or fold the laundry, then give yourself 10 minutes to reset and tackle other household tasks with renewed energy. This way, you can efficiently distribute your energy and effort to clean the entire house or a single room.

If you work hard, you will quickly lose the desire to continue doing so. This method can be used not only when cleaning but also when studying.

Breaks between work are very important for our body and well-being, especially for important and serious matters that require attention and responsibility.

Taking 10 minutes to relax and enjoy the fruits of your labor will help you maintain your emotional and physical health.

Earlier, OBOZ.UA published life hacks that will help to get rig of various stains on the wallpaper.

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