Housewives: Planning your Day

Being a housewife is not luxury. But most of us understand that it is a hard work. A lot of housewives complain about not having enough time to deal with all the problems, or not enough time for leisure when hat they actually need is to plan their day.

Here are a few tips on how to plan your day if you are a housewife, I hope it’ll help.

Of course a plan may depend on the age of children or even season of a year.

4-6 a.m. early morning, time you can have to yourself. If you have a baby, he will probably wake up at 4-6 a.m., but he may play quietly in his cradle for a while, you can do what you need to do and keep an eye on him. If you are lucky, he may go to asleep and wake up only in half an hour.

7-9 a.m. It’s time for everyone to wake up. And for you it’s time to cook and clean if needed. Some things, like washing dishes can be done with a baby in baby-jumper or something like this.

11 a.m. – fresh air. Children need fresh air this is why it is good to spend a couple of hours out. If it’s winter, it is better to go out at 12, when air gets a little warmer.

2-3 p.m. – lunch time.

3-5 p.m. – time for some games, if you have a baby and an older child (3 years old or so), let them play together. Meanwhile you can iron and clean up the mess after them 🙂

5-6 p.m. – getting ready for tomorrow. Cooking dinner and starting cooking something for the breakfast. Washing dishes, bathing kids, feeding them. Doing laundry if necessary.

9 p.m. – going to sleep.

That’s all, nighty night!


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