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Ms Blaelock's Book Of Minimally Viable Housekeeping

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Do you struggle every day to get it all done?

If you’re fulfilling work and family obligations with little or no help, you know it’s a constant battle to keep your home in order. Often, it’s all or nothing – you’re catching up on one front but losing on another.

Comparing historic house and modern hotel operations, ex-Project Manager Alexandria Blaelock reveals how:
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ebook, 150 pages
Published November 30th 2018 by Alexandria Blaelock
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Alexandria Blaelock
Dec 10, 2018 added it  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
Talk to almost any woman, and you'll find someone who's tired of fighting about who is and isn't doing their share around the house. I know I am.

In the old days, you'd buy a book that told you how to do everything. But what if you want to do just enough, as quickly and easily as possible?

I couldn't find a book like that, so I wrote it. Hope it helps you figure out what's just enough for you.
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Writer, philosopher and dog magnet Alexandria Blaelock advises embracing things that matter, like beauty, friendship and wisdom.

Drawing on a career in project and event management, she is the author of four personal development books describing how rational thought about activities like getting dressed and feeding your friends can lead to the kind of pleasure that makes life worthwhile.

She lives i
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