Sunday, March 29, 2009

Thanks for still sticking around after yesterdays post. I just had to get it off my chest before I exploded at my husband.
I talked to my best friend yesterday and she suggested that we have a 15 minute clean up everyday. I remembered that we use to go around and make sure that everything was picked up before we went to bed and it worked quite nicely. I am hoping that we can keep our place clean so I don't always feel like I am playing catch up, especially if I get a full time job.
I still haven't heard anything after my interview but I am guessing it is because they are so incredibly busy, two snow days last week doesn't help. I am hoping to hear something this week.

6 comments:

BLC :o said...

Boys can just be plain hard to live with. I like your bff's advice too. Good luck w/ the job hunt! Xoxo-BLC

brown eyed girl said...

15 minutes of cleaning up before bed sounds like a great idea! I think it could work fabulously if you're both in the mood. Sometimes the fiance and I do a power half hour once during the week to clean the place up..they're more fun than the usual cleaning bouts!

Boys are hard to live with, as BLC said! Sometimes, because I'm the one who wants to keep it so clean, I just suck it up and do the weekly maintenance throughout the week and am happy with what the fiance contributes with on the weekends. I'm sure you two will have ups and downs and will be able to find a happy cleaning medium...I believe it!

Good luck with the job hunt!

ASC said...

Can't wait to hear how everything goes!

~Holly~ said...

I feel ya girl! Between my hubby and 3 children, two of them boys, my life feels so monotonous! I feel like I'm cleaning everything, everyday, all day! :) Good luck on getting that job! I'm sure you'll hear from them soon! :)

~Mrs. Guru~ said...

Mr. Guru and I are going to be enforcing the 15 minute clean rule as well. We used to do it every night before bed but stopped for some reason. It worked so well and I made it more fun so it didn't seem like a chore.

Stephanie said...

Consider sending a thank you note to the people who interviewed you! It's a nice touch, and they'll remember you. Something like, "I really enjoyed our discussion about x and y . . . the company has such an exciting vision about a and b . . ." and thank them for their time.

Good luck!