No, nothing that juicy. Just a few things I do around the house that you might not.
First, if you do not have a Dirt Devil Kone, turn off the computer and go get one. If you have children, pets, humans living in your house, this is a lifesaver. I can't imagine cleaning out a high chair without it. Pricey at $45, but you'll use it over and over again.
Second, baby wipes. I keep a tub on hand and use them all day long to clean up just about anything in the house as it happens. Much less expensive than the "cleaning" wipes and they work just as well. Now, to actually clean, I use the ones with a disinfectant, but for every day, all day use, baby wipes it is. And, no, I still don't buy paper towels for those who already think that's one of my weirdest traits.
And, third....laundry. I do one load a day, every day. I wash everything in cold water - yes, colors and lights - saving sheets, towels and such for warm water once a week. Part of Carter's chores include gathering the laundry....the basket we transport it all in is housed in his closet...so he starts there and works his way through the house before going to school. I start it shortly after and have it done before noon. Occasionally, I'll veer off this routine and then get frustrated with the piles that await me, so once I catch up, I'm quickly back on it.
OK, your turn.