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Tuesday, December 20th, 2016

Restaurante / Trabajador de comida rápida

Wednesday, December 14th, 2016

Restaurant/Fast Food Worker
Are you making $11.25 an hour?
Tired of working nights, weekends and Holidays?
Not receiving enough work hours?
So would you consider a switch to housecleaning? After training, you’ll get plenty of hours and make $11.25 an hour after 90 days.
What are you making today $8-$9 an hour? Would an extra $70 to $105 a week be helpful?

Restaurante / Trabajador de comida rápida
¿Está haciendo $ 11.25 por hora?
Cansado de trabajar noches, fines de semana y vacaciones?
¿No está recibiendo suficientes horas de trabajo?
Así que sería para ti un cambio para limpiar hogares? Después del entrenamiento, obtendrá un montón de horas y ganará $ 11.25 por hora después de 90 días.
¿Qué estás haciendo hoy entre $ 8 y $ 9 por hora? ¿Un extra de $ 70 a $ 105 por semana sería útil?

 

We’re Definitely Seeking Enthusiastic High Energy House Cleaners

Monday, November 7th, 2016

How can I reduce my laundry time?

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

Is there a way to cut down on my laundry time?  At More Time for You, we are all about saving time.  So try this simple trick.  Instead of just one laundry basket, do a Google search for laundry baskets and add to cart.  Buy one for everyone you have in your family (now they’ll each have two.)  Have then use one for Whites and the other for colored clothing.  Saves you a step of sorting.  While you are at it, you might want to find a housecleaning service to save you so more time.

Guess Who has No Time?

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

Have always loved this song. Needs to be the More Time for You theme song don’t you think?

Loving Mom’s

Monday, December 3rd, 2012

Sophia and Emma were having a delightful conversation during a morning coffee get together.  Their children had grown up together and their youngest had both just entered 1st grade.  They started talking about what’s next?

Neither wanted to lose the intimacy with their children, yet they both admitted they were filling a bit bored.  They also talked about the high costs of kid’s clothes and their desire for a bit of fun money for their family and to help pay the bills.

But what is it that they could both do and still have a lot of time for family?

Both Emma and Sophia thought it would be tough finding an employer that would have a job that would fit their needs.  Where would we start?  They both thought about it for a moment and decided to check out Craigslist.

They headed back to Emma’s house and went to Craigslist.com. Emma selected Jobs and then General.  A ton of jobs popped up.  Warehouse, don’t think so.  Forklift – nope.  Janitorial 2nd shift, not for us.  Here is an interesting one.  Loving Mom’s.  That one gets our attention, what are they looking for?  Let’s take a look.

Loving Mom’s

Is it time to let go-just a little?    Would some extra income be welcomed?  Do you have a friend in the same situation?

More Time for You can offer you unique situations where you and a friend can job share and still have quality time with your family.  We offer two attractive alternatives, with your special needs in mind that you and your friend can choose. Option one, you work five days a week and your friend takes the week off.  She can watch your children when you are at work and then during the next week you reverse roles.  The second alternative is for you to work Monday, Wednesday and Friday of one week and then Tuesday and Thursday of the next week and your friend has the opposite schedule.  The choice is yours!

You’ll enjoy time out of the house, while not sacrificing your primary role of Loving Mom.   Oh yeah and you’ll be making money along the way.

For fourteen years More Time for You has been provided award winning housecleaning services.  We are a company with integrity, having received the Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Integrity.  As a family owned business, we know the importance of family.  One of the reasons we enjoy such a wonderful reputation is we have so many Loving Mom’s on our team.  Come join us.

Sophia and Emma liked what they saw and they called More Time for You at 614.760.0911 to find out more.

Pinterest – What is it?

Tuesday, September 25th, 2012

There are very few people who haven’t heard of Pinterest these days. It’s all over the media, with various clothing companies and beauty manufacturers jumping onto the bandwagon and coming up with their own Pinterest accounts. Even cleaning services can get into the mix and and start “pinning” pictures of rooms that they’ve cleaned and other things that they’ve done.

But, putting all of the hype aside for a moment: what exactly is Pinterest? Is it just a gigantic photo collage or online scrapbook, or is a social media site where people can connect with other like-minded individuals with the same interests, or even friends and family? The answer is that Pinterest is both of these.

Not only can you connect with all of your loved one or acquaintances, just like you can on Facebook, Twitter or even Tumblr, but you can “friend” people whose Pinterest boards are similar to yours. You can set up your Pinterest board so that the pictures that you like are divided into various categories, for example, architecture, clean rooms, fashion, beauty, books and vehicles.

There are several ways to “pin” something to your Pinterest board. You can either pin something that is already up on Pinterest, simply by clicking on the “pin it” button. You can then save it under the whichever category that you feel it best fits into, and can even leave a comment explaining why you pinned it or what you like about it. The other ways to add something to your Pinterest board involves finding images that are already on the Internet, or by uploading pictures that you’ve taken yourself.

Once you’ve added something to your board, your Pinterest friends will be able to see it on their timelines. They can then comment on your pin, add it to their board or click the “like” button. All of this is just another way of communicating with friends, family or the public at large, similar to the other social media sites that are currently available.

How Many Housecleaning Companies Are Out There?

Tuesday, August 28th, 2012

The answer to that question is: A LOT! Any google search on “maid services” or “housecleaning companies” will turn up dozens of cleaning companies in your area. Some specialize in commercial cleaning jobs, others in one-time cleans, such as those that take place after a party, and then there are your standard companies that handle a little of everything: houses, one-time cleans and even the occasional office, depending on its size.

To make matter even more complicated, some of these cleaning companies don’t even have websites! In order to find them, you’ll have to look in the phone book (if you still have one) or in an advertising and coupon magazine like the Gold Clipper. Even your local newspaper might have ads for local cleaning companies, plus, you can also look in any local magazines — many large cities have them.

And this doesn’t even touch on the cleaning companies that advertise on Craigslist. We went into those in an earlier article, but many companies still use their free listings to try to get a few customers. After all, placing an add on Craigslist is cheaper than putting one in the newspaper. (Although you do have to be careful and do your research before hiring a cleaning company off of Craigslist. Look here for some tips.)

There are so many cleaning companies out there that just trying to count them may cause your head to start spinning. Some choose names based on what they do, for example, the word “commercial” or “business” may be in their title, while others go for something cheerful, like the decades-old Merry Maids. Other companies name themselves based on what they do — we call ourselves “More Time For You,” because that is what we provide — more time for the homeowners who no longer have to take time out of their busy days to clean their homes or mow their lawns.

As you can see, housecleaning companies are everywhere, so you shouldn’t have a problem finding one near you!

One-time Cleaning Pitfalls

Thursday, August 16th, 2012

Whether you need a hand cleaning up after a massive party or just want your home to sparkle and don’t have the time to do a deep-clean yourself, it’s time to hire a cleaning service for a one-time clean. While the reasons for needing only a one-time clean can vary, there is only one expectation: a spotless house. However, setting the bar too high can lead to disappointment. Here are some one-time cleaning pitfalls that you need to keep in mind:

1) Your house may not end up as clean as you’d like. Believe it or not, there are limitations to a one-time clean. Whether they are time-based, or due to the fact that the cleaners are unfamiliar with your home, small things can accidentally get overlooked. It happens.

2) You weren’t as specific as you should’ve been. If you aren’t used to hiring people to do the work that you usually tackle on your own, then you might have felt uncomfortable giving instructions to the cleaners sent over by your one-time maid service. This can lead to communication issues, and will make you feel as though they did an unsatisfactory job, even though they did what you told them to. To prevent this, make sure that all of your instructions are clear, and don’t feel like you’re a horrible person for “bossing” your cleaners around. They’re getting paid to make you happy.

3) You underestimated the job. Cleaning service professionals are on a schedule, and usually have more homes to clean than just yours. So, if you hired them for a specific period of time and your house wound up being far messier than planned, they may end up rushing in order to get the job done, or may only get a portion of it completed. When hiring a cleaning service, it’s always better to slightly overestimate than underestimate, that way you know the job will get done.

Duct Cleaning

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

There’s nothing worse than turning on your air conditioner or furnace after not having used it for a few months and watching tufts of pet hair waft out of the openings. Cleaning your air ducts and changing your air filters regularly can prevent this, and other unpleasant things from occurring.

According to the EPA, although duct cleaning hasn’t been proven to solve or prevent any health problems, cleaning your vents will rid them of dust and mold that will aggravate allergies and people with sensitive sinuses. And it has been proven that cleaning your ducts will make your furnace and air conditioner run better and keep your house warmer (or cooler) without having to pay a huge electric bill.

One of the best ways to keep your air ducts from getting clogged or contaminated is by keeping dirt and pet hair from entering the system in the first place. Changing your air filters will help a lot from this perspective, but sometimes holes can form and those unwanted things (like mice) manage to find a way in. In fact, if you have mold forming on any part of the air ducts, a mold or decomposition-like smell emanating from the vents, own cats or dogs, or if you just bought the house and have no idea when the vents were last cleaned, then it’s time to call in a professional to clean them.

A company that cleans your ducts will also check them thoroughly to make sure that there aren’t any holes where mice can get in, and if they find any, they will seal them up, as well as install new air filters and scrub the ducts clean with a soft bristled brush. This is important, since it not only will keep them clean in the future, but will help you furnace and air conditioner run better.