A woman’s work is never done, especially around the house. Many wives feel as if they could get their work done if only their husbands would help out around the house. Unfortunately, men do not enjoy certain household tasks. The following are five ways your husband can help around the house. He may like these suggestions:
He Can Lift the Furniture
Your husband most likely loves to flex his muscles and show his strength. Many men have that machismo about themselves. If your husband is such a type, then he will be delighted when you ask him to lift the couch so that you can vacuum underneath it. In fact, he might give you a cheesy grin about the opportunity that you are giving him to flex.
He Can Slam Dunk the Trash
Getting your husband to take out the trash may be a little tricky, but you can do it. Just tell him to pretend that he is playing a game of basketball. The dumpster is the hoop, and the bags of trash are the balls. Tell him that you will give him a reward if he slam dunks all the bags of trash.
He Can Fix Computer Issues
You may have an intellectual husband who wants to show you how smart he is. He might have gotten a masters in computer science online, and he might want to show you what he can do. By all means, seek counsel from your husband whenever you have “computer issues” such as lagging, white screen, flickering and the like. He will show you the fruits of his degree.
He Can Fumigate
Your husband can spray rodent repellent for you whether you have an issue or not. Men are notorious for their bug killing powers, so you can take full advantage of his.
He Can Make Beds
Having your husband make the beds can be an interesting experience. Ex-military husbands usually know how to make the beds so neatly that you can bounce a penny off them. Non-military hubbies may need their wives to teach them, but teaching is always fun.
The previously mentioned tasks are just a few that you can ask your husband to assist you with. Additionally, you can make a family thing out of it and get your kids involved, too. Children love to learn new things. Some children love to help their parents do things, as well.