Should you clean one room at a time? Or divide it up into tasks (clean floors, clean tables, etc)

Tiffany P.
This really does depend on many factors, from time and commitment constraints to health and ability. Myself, I can only clean may be half a room at a time. So to got the most out of my bodies ability I start with emptying all small bins into one bag. As I go into that room I say out load (helps me to remember) what 2 items are top of the list to be cleaned. I start from the furthest away from the kitchen as I have a nice cup of tea & 15 minutes with a book/or audiobook (depending on how my hands are ๐Ÿ˜. So then I return with my cleaning caddy, do the top 2 items and then decide can I do more here or is it better to tackle the next rooms top 2. So on & so on until each room has the top 2 items done. Now this can span over a few days and include 10 minute mini breaks. That's cleaning for you when you have an invisible chronic disease. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ™ Hope it helps you
El I P.
Dividing it up into tasks makes sense for me. If you clean one room at time it is likely that you are going to have a mess in other rooms as you may not have enough time to clean all of them in one go.
Nicoline X.
I used to prefer taking on one room at a time, but lately Iโ€™ve changed it up. When tidying up, I still stick to one room at a time but for bigger cleaning tasks like vacuuming, mopping, and dusting, I just tackle the whole house. Starting in the least used room upstairs and ending in the most used room downstairs. Except for bathrooms. Those I do top to bottom in one go.