What Every Mother in Reno Nevada Needs a Cleaning Service
Are you a stay at home mom in Reno Nevada running around hectic taking care of the children? Just think what a joy and stress reliever it would be to have a cleaning service worry about the deep cleaning of your home?
According to an article at thehappiestmom.com, “What a Cleaning Service Can Do for You”
“I can remember the first time I decided to hire cleaning help. I was largely pregnant with my fourth child, with a two-year-old at home all day as well. I was working a couple of afternoons a week outside the home and full-time from home to keep my fledgling writing career in the air. My husband was working in another state for weeks at a time, sometimes only home five or six days a month. I was managing, but I was grumpy and stressed out.
I’d taken a card advertising cleaning and errand services from the grocery store bulletin board weeks earlier, but had been putting off making the call. It felt almost ridiculous to hire somebody to come clean our rather shabby rental house, especially when our budget was tight. And indulgent, too; certainly not the kind of thing my own mother (who made ends meet on a way-below-poverty-level income) would ever have considered doing. But I thought that if I could just get somebody to come a few times, I might be able to get ahead again, enough to let things go until after the baby came without getting the house condemned by the health department.
So I called the number, and a pleasant woman, Cyndi, answered the phone. Cyndi was a mom herself; looking for flexible work she could manage around her husband’s schedule so they could avoid paying for daycare for their toddler son. I talked a mile a minute on the call, rattling off all the circumstances that had led to making the call. I justified myself for a good three minutes, wanting to make sure she understood that I wasn’t just sitting around eating bonbons all day, I wasn’t lazy, I wasn’t elitist, I wasn’t spoiled. I just…
“You just need help,” she said with empathy in her voice.
“Yes,” I breathed. “I just need help.”