“How often” is an amazing question that sometimes fails to surface when gathering information. In my eyes, I think it is one of the most important questions…
Like when you receive a prescription and thankfully it lists on the instructions how often to take the tablets per day.. Or when you schedule a dentist appointment and they space it out 6 months before you return… Or when a relationship sinks into a lull and the magic and fireworks are gone, the counselor will ask how often you communicate your innermost feelings…
How often. It also applies to laundry, vacuuming, changing sheets, going through the refrigerator for expired food, current magazines in the bathroom and so on and on and on.
As far as sheets go, changing them once a week and once every two weeks is fine. Some prefer 3-4 days and others about 14. Neither of those is incorrect, but it keeps consistency in the “how often” question.
I would like to hear how often you vacuum and go through food in the refrigerator. Leave us a comment on what your take is. Check out these votes to see which “how often” wins.
Here’s what people had to say about how often to vacuum.
Might seem a little extensive, but when you look at the costs versus the benefits, the cost of working the washing machine, of manual labor in changing sheets, and time spent on checking sell-by and use-by dates are completely worth the benefit of staying clean and of being healthy.
You know, I did hear rumors of bed bugs becoming an epidemic. Anyone else heard this about bed bugs? It’s making me a little paranoid and cleaner than clean! We’ve got to keep our homes safe- how often?- EVERYDAY!
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