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

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.

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

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.