Little things like rinsing and putting your dishes in the dishwasher as soon as you are done or putting things away right after you use them will keep your home clean and clutter free and prevent you from having a huge job to tackle later on.Each day give yourself a task to accomplish that feels manageable to you, even if it&#39;s just cleaning a bathroom or tossing in a load of laundry. Over the course of a week, it all adds up to a cleaner home.<p>Jobs that go by more quickly are more likely to get done when you are tired.</p>When we feel bad it&#39;s so easy to say, &#34;I&#39;ll just do this tomorrow.&#34; Learn techniques to break through the urge to procrastinate and you can save yourself from having all the little jobs pile up into a big one.Expecting perfection is setting yourself up for disappointment and stress. Forgive yourself for being human and set reasonable standards that keep you comfortable and sanitary.If there are other people living in your home, it may create more work but there are also more hands to do the work. Get everyone doing their part to help you.If it&#39;s within your budget, hire a maid service. You&#39;ll have a clean home and one less thing to worry about.