If you are a mom and feel judged about the cleanliness of your home, you are not alone. According to the Motherlode parenting blog in the NY Times, Neglected Children, Messy Houses and Guilt, both stay at home and working moms worry about the cleanliness of their homes. Here are a few of the findings:
•51 percent of working mothers feel guilty about not spending enough time with their children
•55 percent of working mothers feel guilt about the untidiness of their house
•44 percent of stay-at-home moms feel guilt about the untidiness of their house
With the holidays around the corner, and life about to get busier, Clean Conscience is here to help – get rid of your guilt and add time back into your day by getting your house cleaned.
Contact Clean Conscience today for a quote for a green house cleaning for a clean healthy home for your family.