How we lived, especially the last 21 months of parenthood, without this Dyson cordless vacuum cleaner I do not know. We’ve had the upright vacuum, and we’ve been waiting to get a cordless one for the last six years, since we got married. It's quite an investment, so we were thrilled to finally get our hands on it to make our lives easier.
What I love about it:
Seriously, I basically like everything about it. For first time moms, this should really be on the list of all the things a mom-to-be needs. I struggled to find time and energy to clean, which was a constant in life. Given that I hardly had time to clean up after caring for a newborn then, and now a toddler full-time requires far more dying up, this is a life saver for me. My son can’t just pull the cord out of the socket in the middle of my vacuuming, and I don't have to schedule a time alone to do this. If you follow me on Instagram, you probably already know that we recently moved into a new house, which is a 4-floor townhouse. So, you can tell how carrying a regular vacuum cleaner up and down to get any quick cleaning done was too much of an ordeal.
If you’re newly engaged, planning for your wedding gift registry, I seriously recommend adding the cordless vacuum cleaner to your wish list. It makes cleaning up quicker than a hand-held broom or dealing with tangled cords, and you’d have more time to just enjoy yourselves.
This purchase really makes sense for anyone - who’s constantly on-the-go, busy juggling multiple responsibilities, or strives to keep their home clean. No... this post is not sponsored (It should be and I wish). The post has the potential to earn a commission that helps maintain this blog should you choose to use my link to make your purchases - whether it's through Dyson directly, Amazon, Target, or any other retailers for that matter. Thank you so much for reading and thank you, in advance, if you’re using my product links to show your support. Now who think's I should invest in the Dyson haircare? I hear people raving about the supersonic, which is apparently the fastest-drying, no extreme heat solution. I'm tempted!