If you want to distill the whole process into one easy-to-use mental soundbite, here it is in four steps.
Every step is simple, but you’ve got to rewire your brain to undo the years of damage that conventional wisdom has done to it over the years. Shake yourself free, see past the illusions, and get to solving your actual problems.
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The Permaculture Plus Houskeeping Design Process
There are very few steps here. Four, to be exact. Bear with me! If you apply these steps to your house cleaning process, your house will clean itself behind your back - and it’ll be much easier* than you’d think.
Navigation: Permaculture Plus Houskeeping Basics, The Intersection of House Cleaning and Permaculture Design Theory, Take Care of Our Planet, Take Care of Each Other, Share Your Extra, Slow Down and Be a Sherlock, Embrace Baby Steps and Micro-Habits, Design Solutions Based on Behavioral Patterns, Promote an Eclectic Mishmosh, Cultivate Synergy, Collect Leftovers and Momentum, Be Able to Use What You Have, Leverage the Edges, Rejigger Your Approach Based on Feedback, Reuse Recycle Repair Renew, Go Waste-Free, Use Change as a Catalyst for Innovation, Luminaries of the Permaculture World, Quick and Dirty Tips, Perfectionism is Not Your Friend, Shopping, Habit Formation, Time Management, Lazy is a Good Thing, Why Houskeeping
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Permaculture Plus Houskeeping Footnotes!
*I’m talking about “easier” as in “actually for real easier.” Not “easier for the person you’ll become when you’re stylish and at a perfect weight for your and have it all together and things are glorious.” Easier for the real life you (who is actually perfect already, warts and all.)
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Time to ease into action.
But don’t do it alone. Invite a friend!