In line with Patsie's idea, I wash pots and pans as soon as I plate the food. It is so much easier because they are still warm and the food is still soft. Every once in a while I'll have to soak a pan but then it's easy to clean after dinner. That's my daughter's job! Yea!
I use easy tools like the long-handled Swiffer dusters and the Shark vacuum for my tile floors. That's so much easier on the back than the sweeping motion for me.
For my shower I use Clorox Clean-Up. You don't even have to scrub. Spray it on and go back about 15 minutes later and rinse it off. It works great! I do keep a squeegee in my shower and use it on the glass before I leave the shower stall. I don't get the water marks then and it only takes under a minute to do that.
I bought what I call an old ladies' cart...you know the wire carts that you pull behind you. They fold up flat and I keep mine in the garage. I have used that cart a million times. I've used it to haul things down to the water when going to the beach, I put gardening tools in it and roll it around the yard, when doing spring planting I can put the plants in there and roll it to the gardens. It just makes life a little bit easier for me and I don't have to make several trips because of this cart. I bought mine at Sears about 30 years ago and it's still going strong!
That's all my foggy brain can come up with right now. Oh, NanaNan, I gave you a subject line so you will get more responses.
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