One excuse we often use for not getting things done at home is “I don’t have time.” Many of our readers have heard me tell of the 5 minute rule I started using years ago when I first got sick.



I was too weak to do much but I found that, if I made myself get up during the 5 minute TV commercial, do what I could in that 5 minutes and then rest, I got an amazing amount of things done.

Here’s a list to help you start making those little 5 minute blocks of time more productive:

5 Minute Quick Clean-Up In The Kitchen

Clean out the silverware drawer.
Put the dishes in the dishwasher.
Dry the dishes.
Set the table.
Clean off one shelf in the fridge.
Clean off one shelf in the pantry.
Sort through one shelf in the cabinets.
Sweep the floor.
Wash a window or glass door.
Wipe down all the back splashes.
Clean under the kitchen sink.
Wipe down the outside of the kitchen cabinets.
Wash a few knick knacks.
Wipe down the outsides of appliances.

Using this list as an example, make a cleaning list for other rooms in your home. Keep it handy. Then, when you have a couple of minutes, pick something off of your list and do it.

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