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    • Valli
    • By Valli 12th May 19, 7:16 PM
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    Weekly Flylady Thread 13th May 2019
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    • 12th May 19, 7:16 PM
    Weekly Flylady Thread 13th May 2019 12th May 19 at 7:16 PM
    Welcome to the Weekly Flylady Thread

    What is FLYLADY? Well, it's our version of the US flylady idea - but we work on the principle that housework is not fun, it's boring, can be time-consuming, is often thankless but, unfortunately, necessary. It's here on Old Style to provide the support we all need and to make the whole task easier and quicker. We also accept that, sometimes, life just gets on top of us and we can't keep up, maybe because we're time-poor, not in the best of health and/or we have littlies who need us. We are definitely NOT control freaks aiming for perfection and utterly spotless show-homes.

    Welcome to the weekly Flylady Thread. You're more than welcome to join us in the everlasting battle against dust, grime and gibble. The aim of our thread is to make those onerous tasks less daunting, and to support each other - and to make time for the finer things in life!


    Please do remember we have to abide by MSE rules; each post should, ideally, include some mention of flying.

    Thank you Natty for last week's thread.

    Please follow the forum rules on this thread as Flylady has been here a LONG time and is a fabulous support and resource for lots of us. All posts should have some Flylady-related (ooh a compound adjective) content!

    The idea is that even if you are really busy you don't need to fall off the wagon!

    Every room comes back around next week so please don’t stress about catching up

    These lists are only suggestions and not a must do list; you are more than welcome to post and follow your own lists.

    Also adding a declutter mission each day will help to gradually clear the clutter and make flying easier.

    A few of the basics before we start the week

    Hotspots are areas where if one thing gets put there, loads of other things follow!

    Daily routines are anything you need to do on a daily basis like washing, swish and swipe kitchen and bathroom, ironing, making beds, vacuuming high traffic areas, making meals etc.

    Night-time routines are all things which make getting ready in the morning easier, preparing clothes for the next day, making lunches, swish & swipes of the kitchen and tidying the living room before you go to bed plus personals like shower/brush teeth etc.

    Fling Boogie - stick on some loud music, grab a bin bag and whiz around the house finding items that can go out with the rubbish, recycling, for charity shop, basically anything that will stop it cluttering your home.

    Swish and swipe/S&S means have a quick wipe over an area such as a sink or toilet to prevent the build up of dirt. This is usually done on a daily basis

    HHE/HHC/HHI Half Hour exercise/challenge/ironing ... run around for 30 minutes to the Benny Hill music frantically cleaning exercising or ironing.. other music may be used if you prefer!
    WM ~ Washing machine
    TD ~ Tumble dryer
    SC ~ Slowcooker
    BM ~ Breadmaker
    DW ~ Dishwasher
    SOAADFA ~ Sit on 'bottom' and do 'nothing'
    WUDUPA ~ Washed up, dried up, put away
    WUALTD ~ Washed up and left to dry
    KH/XH/FW ~ Ex-husband and other not so polite versions
    DH/DD/DS/DW/DP ~ Dear husband/daughter/son/wife/partner/whatever
    OH/SO ~ Other half/significant other
    NN ~ Nice neighbour
    Toxic (friend/mother/sister/whoever) ~ Person in your life that seems to exist to make your life miserable
    AF ~ Aunt Flo 'time of the month'.. nothing to do with flying but it comes up often.
    ETA ~ Edited to add
    Gibble ~ Miscellaneous crap that appears forever homeless
    Dot-to-dot ~ pick a small area (not a whole room) like a chair/coffee/table/shelf/worktop or wherever- thats your first 'dot' - totally clear it - clean it - and only put back what should be there - deal with what you have removed (not just move it somewhere else) then if you have time move on and do the same to another 'dot' -the idea is just like a dot to dot puzzle, you aim to join up all the dots and have a tidy room. The trick is to keep each dot tidy until you get them all joined up! All credit to AnW's Mum for this one
    RoD ~ Room of Doom, the one room that feels like it is a permanent pit and cannot be used to its potential!
    MAD half hour - Mad is the abbreviation for Make A Difference.
    The idea is that you have a Forth bridge (ie never-ending - or just huge) task but that you work on it in half-hour bursts. This way you know you ARE stooping, and that you won't get it finished but you will make a difference - so it might be clearing out - the garage or shed, or clothes sorting, or weeding - you get the picture - but rather than keep going until you've lost the will to live you do half an hour...but, eventually those half hours will get the job done!

    Some of our abbreviations: DH- dear husband, OH- other half, KH/CF- affectionate term for ex husband or partner DS/DD- dear son/daughter, DGC- dear grandchild, WM- washing machine, DW- dishwasher, LR/DR- living/dining room, RoD- room of doom, Mr S/A/T/M/L/Al- supermarkets Sainsburys, Asda, Tesco, Morrisons, Lidl, Aldi. You get the picture!

    Click here to read Toots wonderful welcome guide

    OK - here goes this week...

    Manic Monday - Kitchen Kapers/Dining Room

    Level 1


    Clear sides and wipe down
    Replace what lives there, wiping as you go
    Empty bin and clean it out too
    Wipe sill, sockets, door handles and switches
    Clear and clean sink and accessories - don't forget those out-of-sight places - under plugs and under draining racks
    Clean/polish table - wipe mats/change cloth
    Check fruit and wash bowl
    Throw away your manky dish cloth and replace with a new one!

    Level 2

    Wipe down all cupboard and drawer fronts, not forgetting handles and tops and bottom as well as fronts!
    Clean hob - thoroughly. Wash all detachable parts too.
    Sort fridge and wipe seals; weave stuff that needs using up into your meal plan
    Dust dining area/room

    Level 3

    Clean oven - don't forget lamp covers - remove them and wash them if you can
    Sweep/mop/vacuum floor
    Wipe out or wash out whiffy bins
    Clean windows - and wipe the frames inside and out as far as you can

    Extras
    HHI
    Mad Half Hour
    Binbag dance


    Triffic Tuesday - living room loveliness

    Level 1

    Open the window
    empty bins
    discard (recycle) out of date newspapers and magazines
    Vacuum or wipe sofas etc and plump cushions - don't forget to clean under seat pads!
    Tidy/dust/wipe coffee table


    Level 2

    Clean the window
    Dust the fireplace/mantel
    Dust any ornaments in/around/on fire
    Remake fire
    Wipe sockets/switches and handles
    Clean remotes

    Level 3

    Dust everything else
    Sweep/mop floor, moving any furniture you're able to
    Wash any throws

    Extras

    S&S bathroom
    S&S kitchen (but it will be the list tomorrow so don't worry)
    HHI
    MAD half hour



    Hump Day - Wipy Wednesday
    (Bathrooms and en suites)

    Level 1


    Remove shower curtains and towels - wash that shower curtain - get it on the line!
    Wipe down shower screens and cubicles
    Scrub bath
    Give shower heads a bath in lemon juice
    Polish all brightwork (chrome bits - taps & hoses)
    Clean shower tray
    Slosh a good glug of bleach down drains/overflows

    Level 2

    Flush loo and spray bowl with cream cleaner and SCRUB - under the rim, below the waterline and all over the bowl.
    Flush loo again
    Wipe seat, lid and outside of loo - including where you can't see...
    Slop some bleach all over the inside of the loo
    With a clean cloth wipe switches, pull cord, door handles and loo roll holder
    Wash loo brush and holder and dry them outside in the sun - death to all germies!

    Level 3

    Scrub the sink = don't forget the underneath the plug!
    Bleach the drain
    Wipe the pedestal/cupboard over
    Polish and mirrors, glass and your heated towel rail
    Clean the floor - vacuum or mop
    Put out fresh towels

    Extras



    HHI
    S&S kitchen
    Cook a 'double' meal and freeze the spare ready for when you need/deserve a lazy evening
    Book out some me time...or some couple time...or both
    Go through your odd socks - if any of them have been there a l-o-n-g time bite the bullet and bin them!
    MAD half hour


    Thursday Thrills - the boudoir. You deserve a clean, tidy, restful bedroom - and you NEED it too, to re-energise

    Level 1

    Open windows w-i-d-e
    Strip bed
    Allow to air
    Turn mattress if (a)necessary (b)you have assistance or (c) muscles
    Remake bed

    level 2
    Clear floordrobe and chairdrobe
    Clean windows
    Vacuum, sweep or mop floor

    Level 3
    Dust all sides and shelves
    With a just damp cloth wipe all your lotion and potion bottles, hairdryers (especially if you use product while blow drying) etc. and put all perfumes away in a drawer. Take it from a former lab. tech.
    Polish mirrors

    Extras
    S&S kitchen
    S&S bathroom
    HHI
    MAD half hour - hit that TOOTS

    Friday Flourish - Hall, stairs, landing, lobby, porch...whatever gunky passageway needs some TLC

    Level 1

    Clean windows - this includes wiping frames and sills
    Bang mats outside
    Take a feather dusty to all those nooks and crannies and tickle out those eight legged fiends
    Put as much as you can away out of sight - if necessary fling old coats
    Polish any wooden balustrades or bannisters
    Wipe sticky door plates and handles
    Dust everywhere
    Clean light shades
    Check outside lights are working
    Dust skirtings
    Vacuum, sweep or mop floors as appropriate
    Wash down doors - inside and out
    Polish door furniture
    Clean icky cat flaps

    Extras

    Bin bag dance...you know you want to
    S&S kitchen
    S&S bathroom
    HHI
    Spend that me time on you!
    Last edited by Valli; 16-05-2019 at 8:22 PM.
    "I would like more sisters, that the taking out of one, might not leave such stillness" Emily Dickinson
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    Thank you Honey Bear
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    • Fayolle
    • By Fayolle 12th May 19, 9:19 PM
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    Yes please, Iím in. Thank you for all the threads and all the work that goes into keeping us in line. Much appreciated.
    Itís another busy week ahead and GCSEs kick off tomorrow in the Fayolle household. Fun, fun, fun.
    • pigpen
    • By pigpen 12th May 19, 9:42 PM
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    Hi and ty for Fred.

    Girls all in bed .. it's been a long long day.
    OH is off Tuesday, Thursday and Friday this week.



    I've been naughty and bought some more new clothes.. I seem to like being less fat.. I even bought a jumpsuit.. it will probably be way too big because I am short.. but we will see! I got a couple of pairs of jeans, 2 jumpers because I am absolutely FREEEEEEEEEEZING all the time. and a glittery skirt.

    The garden is getting watered and regrassed tomorrow.. it was too dark by the time I got beasties to bed.

    I still have half a line of washing to bring in too... it is truly NEVER ending!

    Have a lovely week all xx
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    • wishingthemortgaheaway
    • By wishingthemortgaheaway 13th May 19, 4:49 AM
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    • 13th May 19, 4:49 AM
    Morning all.
    Combination of staying at the parentals (who need darker curtains in the room I sleep in) and a work conference this week means I'm not home to even contemplate flying until Saturday.
    Mum is a superstar and dealing with the washing for me.
    Leaving me with nothing to worry about apart from work.

    Love my mum.
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    • BadCat18
    • By BadCat18 13th May 19, 5:45 AM
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    Hello

    Can I join you all? I have been following along for a while but always seem to get stuck and end up with loads to do on the weekend leaving less time for ‘me’ time and family time.

    I am working from home today and the house was cleaned yesterday but will try to do at least Level one of kitchen and some daily things to keep me accountable.

    Thank you for having me!
    • Jazee
    • By Jazee 13th May 19, 5:53 AM
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    Welcome Badcat. Morning all and thanks for the list.

    I have things that must be done today, so no procrastinating. The first of which is reading my How to be a good councillor handbook ahead of my first meeting.

    I also hope that DH will be home soon so I can have a bath instead of a shower. I can only do that when he's in the house now as I no longer have the strength in my right side to lift myself out of the bath.

    Have a great day everyone.
    Spend less now, work less later.
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    • Fayolle
    • By Fayolle 13th May 19, 6:12 AM
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    Good morning
    Welcome Badcat.
    Itís a full day at the paid stuff today but Iíll try to tick off some level 1 this evening after dinner. No idea what dinner is as I have forgotten to meal plan. A job for this evening. Wm loaded with towels so that DH can set it running when he gets home.
    Have a lovely day all.
    • Valli
    • By Valli 13th May 19, 6:13 AM
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    morning all

    hope you all have a good day

    welcome badcat
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    Thank you Honey Bear
    • tighteningthebelt
    • By tighteningthebelt 13th May 19, 7:12 AM
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    Hi Badcat
    I pretty much fluffed it last week, so I'm going for a new strategy.
    Im going to do the list in the morning, before I do anything else. When there's anything I can't manage I'll know exactly what it is, and I can ask my dad or son to help when they visit. I'm much happier when my house is nice, so it should be the first thing I do each day, because being happy is important.
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    • Mademoiselle
    • By Mademoiselle 13th May 19, 7:32 AM
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    Morning all

    Lovely sunny day here so WM is already on. Had a good weekend across the water for step mothers birthday. Nice but quite hard work so very glad that I'm only working Tues & Wed this week.

    Got a load of stuff to try and get done this week as out new boat arrives on Friday so having day off to go and see it and I want to get all the stuff that goes back on it thoroughly cleaned (We've had since December to do this but guess what!) First load of boat crockery in the DW. It was clean but I like to give it a thorough clean before start of season.

    House reasonably straight and hoover was put round on Friday. Shower cleaned before I got out of it this morning.

    Out this evening with freind so looking forward to that, just hope it is not a late night.

    Don't forget to look after yourselves and SMILE
    • SSDD23
    • By SSDD23 13th May 19, 8:25 AM
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    Hi everyone

    I need to ramp up more of an effort now to keep on top of things every day, as I interviewed on Saturday for a part time job at the weekends, and got the call to offer me it yesterday. It's to bring in a bit more money for me to pay OH more towards the costs of the house as we are a bit skint from bills at the moment and our respective debt repayments until his house is sold, so I will have less time at home over the weekend to catch up on things I haven't done in the week!

    Not starting with a clean slate this week as I still have ironing to do that I ran out of time for on Saturday as I had some pamper stuff I wanted to do for myself, and couldn't be bothered to do last night once we had got back from visiting my family by the coast for the day - luckily some of the few things I did iron were my work trousers and a shirt I will endeavour to get most of the levels done after work this evening, and plan to start a wash early in the am tomorrow to go out on the airer outside whilst I am at work

    Hope you all had a fab weekend xx
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    • Jazee
    • By Jazee 13th May 19, 10:28 AM
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    Well doneSSDD on the job.

    DH got here about 8 so I've had bath and done my eyebrows. Have also skimmed through handbook, walked the dogs and done the dailies.

    About to wash dishes and then probably have an early lunch.
    Spend less now, work less later.
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    • pigpen
    • By pigpen 13th May 19, 10:39 AM
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    Done nothing productive..

    I am SO lazy!!

    I MUST move my lazy behind!!

    So, grabbing a list and heading to clear this pit of a kitchen a bit.. I need the worksurfaces clear .. they are driving me loopy!

    OH being sent to play in the garden when he gets in.. and I may boss him to do a tip run as well!

    Washing my hair first I think.. before the dude gets here tomorrow (Assuming he bothers turning up.. I don't think he will if I am honest!)
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    • LameWolf
    • By LameWolf 13th May 19, 10:59 AM
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    Anyone remember me? I don't think I've been on for a few weeks.

    Life continues to be hectic, I'm covering a lot of tasks that Mr Wolf used to do, also having to think for him a lot more. Hoping a spot of "Brain Training" if I charge up the Nintendo DS so that he can do it, will aid that.

    Also having a few issues with my eyes, so limiting screen time as much as I can. Overdue for eye test but I KNOW I need new specs, and can't afford them right now (with my prescription, we're talking north of £400) so will wait til I have some money.

    Some good news - after a very long time searching (several years) I finally sourced some front-fastening bras in my size, that I liked, available in colours (I loathe white underwear) and at a price I could manage. They were in the sale at F!gleaves and I got 6 for £100. So after a decade of relying on Mr Wolf, I can now put on my own bra!!

    Gotta go, he's just finished mowing back lawn and I need to check to ensure he empties the last mower-load of clippings into the garden waste wheelie.
    LameWolf
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    • nicki
    • By nicki 13th May 19, 11:33 AM
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    Morning Afternoon all. Thanks for the thread Valli.

    Not following the list today as I'm working (playing catch up after being ill for most of April ), but dailies are done, second wash load is in the machine, first is pegged out, one trip out to see customers done, and then the last couple of customers are only in my road so I decided to brave taking Zack with me for the short walk. He was good for a change Minimal pulling, sat nicely while I chatted to a customer (he even let her stroke him which is miraculous!!), and didn't go for any of the men walking past I'll try to walk him again on Wednesday, just need to figure out how to go further without going along the main roads or going past a couple of houses who have VERY grumpy dogs who go nuts as they stress Zack and it's not nice cleaning up the resulting mess

    Plan for the rest of the day is to just work. I have loads of paperwork I need to get sorted. I need to do some filing as well as I seem to have lost an important letter belonging to DS I don't even remember it arriving but with two of us having multiple medical letters for different "departments" (plus every letter having the same leaflets etc in them ), plus normal yearly benefit letters, plus university stuff, plus school stuff, plus fraudulent use of my address by someone so I've got paperwork from DVLA/Action Fraud/various people who have billed that person at this address (I don't know him, and I've been here for 15 years!!) plus copies of paperwork to courts etc which I have sent and re-sent and sent again in some cases until I had bailiffs at the door , I've been drowning in paper the past 18 months. Now I have a backlog of paperwork going back about 3 years (Previous financial years that I no longer need from over 8 years ago and in theory should have long gone) that I need to scan and then shred so I might get on with some of that later so I can make room for the newer stuff.



    Anyways, enough sitting her procrastinating. I need to get some lunch, go back out to work again and then think about something for tea. I have meal planned but just realised what I planned for tonight we had last night so I'll have to think of something else now

    Catch you all later
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    Need to get back to old style in modern ways, watching the pennies and getting stuff done!
    • BadCat18
    • By BadCat18 13th May 19, 12:09 PM
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    Well a good start for me for day 1, managed all of level 1 before starting paid stuff and also took the hob apart and left bits soaking in cleaner while doing a mornings work, cleaned off and put back together at lunch time.

    Also pegged out wash that was done overnight to make use of the lovely weather we have today. Hoping to do a bit more after work before going out for a couple of hours this evening.

    Hope you are all having a good day.
    Last edited by BadCat18; 13-05-2019 at 12:10 PM. Reason: Mistake
    • kazwookie
    • By kazwookie 13th May 19, 1:09 PM
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    Thanks for the lists

    Been volunteering
    Feel like I am being run ragged by someone.........................
    Hoovering done
    WM done several times
    Out on line drying
    Sun, Sea

    • asparklyblonde
    • By asparklyblonde 13th May 19, 4:17 PM
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    Hi ladies

    Long day at work done. Collected kiddies, bought them an ice cream and came home. Washing in and put away, DW unloaded, dinner cooking and online food shop done.

    Thinking of all Year 11s at the moment, I had two wonderful students have total meltdowns today and have to leave the room. I have to keep my views on the pressure these young people are under firmly to myself, roll on the new Ofsted framework...

    Anyway both went back in, completed the paper and were fairly confident when they came they came out. Mrs ASB ordered them to go home and chill.

    I may have a small vino tonight x
    • pigpen
    • By pigpen 13th May 19, 5:04 PM
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    Thinking of all Year 11s at the moment, I had two wonderful students have total meltdowns today and have to leave the room.
    Originally posted by asparklyblonde

    I told all of mine.. I don't care if they pass or fail so long as they try their best.. they can resit them and in 5 years or once they've done their Alevels nobody cares what grades they got at GCSE anyway! It's all just crap to make the schools look good, it's not about the children at all.. I have had brilliant, exceeded expectation results from all of mine.. I cover everything from SEN to G&T.. and so long as they do their best I don't care what the school thinks.. Moomin is doing her at the moment and she is still alive and well to do them and that is more than I could have dreamed of in November.. I don't care if she fails everything.. she is alive and can resit!

    LW... lovely to see you, glad you are surviving.. and Praise Be on the bras!!! I'm desperate for new bras but cannot face going shopping and have no idea what size I need.!
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    • Fayolle
    • By Fayolle 13th May 19, 7:26 PM
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    Evening all

    I donít think that Iíve managed anything from the list. Oh maybe yes - used up yesterdayís roast chicken and an aubergine from the fridge for dinner, so I think that might count. Go me.

    Bathrooms had a s&s before I went to work. This eveningís grand plan to catch up was overtaken by planting up some tomato plants. Iím now going to plan some meals for the week and write myself a long list for tomorrow.
    LW - lovely to see you back. Thanks be for front fastening bras
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