Are you lazy when vacuuming?
* Are you the kind that vacuums around doors, instead of closing them and vacuuming behind them?
* Do you vacuum up to closed doors but not actually open them to vacuum the carpet underneath?
* Are you the one that vacuums around the coffee table or ottoman because you’re just too lazy to move it?
* Do you vacuum around the dining room chairs instead of moving them and vacuuming under the table too?
* Are you the one that doesn’t vacuum the corners and baseboards of a room because you just don’t feel like it?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions then you are a lazy vacuumer!
Don’t worry there’s hope. I used to be a lazy vacuumer (believe it or not) until someone asked me this very question. When asked I was very defensive and kind of offended, I thought, “how could someone ask me if I am a lazy vacuumer? I’m a total clean freak!” But it was true, I used to vacuum around doors and not vacuum the baseboards (gasp!).
I don’t have a magical solution for you to suddenly not become a lazy vacuumer but I guarantee that when you vacuum from now on you will have my blog in the back of your mind asking you, “are you being a lazy vacuumer?”
I only guarantee this because (even though I don’t remember who it was) I still–every time I vacuum–hear that person’s words in the back of my mind thinking, “am I being a lazy vacuumer?”