Are you making every minute worthwhile? Or are you losing time and strength with inefficient housework methods? This 1919 article advises housewives on the best way to “work like a whirlwind” and add some “zest” to typical chores.
Add “zest” to your housework by studying time, methods, and motions Fri, Jul 4, 1919 – 2 · The Powder River County Examiner and the Broadus Independent (Broadus, Montana, United States of America) · Newspapers.com
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My dad was born in 1919 – the oldest of four children born in six years. (Thank God for the Pill!) I cannot imagine my Nana raising that brood and having to use a kitchen so completely lacking in any sort of convenience as that. I didn’t have a dishwasher until I was in my late 30s, but at least I had a proper sink!
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