If you’re looking to keep your family’s lives on track in the near future, it’s a good idea to keep their house clean and tidy, a new study has found.
This comes after a number of studies showed that parents can actually be happier if they have a clean home and a tidy kitchen and dining room.
However, the study from Harvard and University of California, Berkeley, found that parents should still be mindful of their kids’ hygiene habits, which could have implications for the health of their children as they age.
The study, published in the journal Science Advances, used data from more than 10,000 children and young adults in the US, to examine the relationships between child health and household hygiene, household income, and their attitudes towards parents’ and children’s care.
The research found that household hygiene is strongly associated with well-being in children.
In general, the researchers found that children’s parents’ attitudes towards children’s health, such as cleaning up after them, were linked to children’s well-behaviour and wellbeing.
However that may not be the case for every parent, and it’s important to keep in mind that parents might be more likely to take on extra care and attention for their children if they’re living in a home where they have more time to spend with their children.
The findings also showed that children who were given more money to spend on their care were also less likely to report feeling guilty about it.
Overall, the authors of the study noted that parents’ habits and attitudes about children’s needs are important, but that they may not always be a good thing.
For example, if a parent was willing to put in extra time with their child, but their child was feeling anxious, they might be less likely be willing to spend extra money on their child’s caregiving.