Don't be a Slave to Housework
A get-it-straight guide for people who have better things to do than clean. McClellan uses humor to show people how to get the house in order and keep it that way. She offers tips on: arranging schedules for housework, persuading the kids to help, getting the spouse in on the action, and more.
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