Maid Easier

maid easier magnets

I have a friend here in LA who actually went to college. And graduated. With a Masters. She speaks a really good Spanish, and many of us had been hitting her up endlessly as our English – Spanish translator. I for one have a really difficult time conversing with my cleaning help. It’s a bit shameful, really. Not speaking Spanish in LA is really not cool, and I definitely want to make sure my kids grow up with enough of a Spanish grasp. It’s just much simpler to live here and be able to communicate with everyone easily. Our automated phone services now say “for English press 1”!! Anyways, my friend was getting tired of answering the many texts (How do I say ‘wash the windows’/’put in the casserole’/’throw out old food from fridge’?) and had an impromptu little epiphany to create Spanish/English magnets specifically geared toward house help!

Enter Maid Easier. The most helpful $10 you will spend this year. I used to wait for my cleaning girl to come in the morning just so that I could be there to explain to her what I needed done that day. These little magnets have completely saved my sanity! I put my every week basic tasks up on the fridge, and rummage through the little tin container to put up the other tasks I want her to do that day, before I hightail out the door Thursday morning. It’s been insanely easy! And my home has never been cleaner. (I’ve definitely come a long way since my very first cleaning lady!) You can buy Maid Easier magnets on Amazon, and start stressing less about your cleaning lingo.

Side note: the tin itself is not a magnet. I just found the easiest place to keep it was right there on the fridge, so I slapped a little square of adhesive magnet paper to the back of it, and voila.

maid easier magnets

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