If I start cleaning, I become obsessive. When do you know when to stop?

M Ria S.
Try to time yourself; if you set a timer for the amount of time you want to be cleaning for, then you will be notified when to stop. I sometimes get really into cleaning and I will be doing some pretty deep cleaning for hours, so setting a timer would help me to take breaks and to not overwork myself. I hope this helps!

M Ria S.
I become obsessive when cleaning too, and I stop when I start doing something that doesn’t need to be done. Like when it become excessive and unnecessary stop.

M Ria S.
In my experience over the years I’ve raised a family you need to prioritize if one day you’re just gonna clean the kitchen do that and that’s it if one day you’re just going to do laundry then just do you laundry you have to prioritize because if not you will overwhelm yourself and nothing will get done it only get half done

M Ria S.
Obsessive isn't always better. Divide tasks into smaller chunks or shorter time periods, stop when time is up or section is complete. Avoids exhaustion, running out of time with huge task half done

M Ria S.
I clean partially and always for specific and few hours. Maybe if you have plans with a friend or something else to do, you might be able to stop yourself.

M Ria S.
stop, when the room looks again like in the begining, do not think about the smallest details, this will make u even more obsessed

M Ria S.
It might be a good idea to add everything you want to clean to a list and set a daily timer to create a cleaning timeslot.

Catagorise the list wurg daily Chores, weekly chores, monthly chores and seasonal chores,to prioritise

This Will help you keep aan overview and keep things clean, without focussing om small details