I was thinking this could be a nice topic to share our thoughts on. I'm sure we all found ways to adjust to the things we no longer can do like we would love to do them and it can help others to share. I'll think up a way to make it easy to read back on the go. I'll probably just keep editing the first post and maybe make an alphabetic list or something of all the tips people post on here. Bathing: If you can't shower or bath anymore as often as you normally did, keep baby wipes in the toilet so that you can at least keep yourself clean after a big one. Just use it to fresh up the armpits then the rest and then after washing your hands take your wet hands through your face and you'll be somewhat 'fresh' for the day. I picked baby wipes because the skin is very sensitive to all kinds of chemicals and products being used to look after babies are usually very thoroughly tested on being safe and nurturing. Also they are usually slightly bigger then moist toitlet paper which is more convenient. Cleaning: There are easy wipes on the market that are convenient if you aren't able to get an actual bucket with soapwater out or aren't able to squeeze the water out of a cleaning rag. Just take one easywipe to clean whatever is bugging you and toss it on the floor to shove it around a bit to do some floor cleaning on the go before you throw it away. It's a nice alternative to fit in with limited energy. One easy wipe dirty, done with cleaning for that day. Floor: For smooth surface floors a swiffer is ideal. It takes very little energy and you don't have to drag a hover/vacume cleaner around. Just swif it all to one place where you keep the vacume cleaner and clean of the swiffer for the next round. Shower: To keep the shower clean just have a spray bottle with vinegar water ready and according to the available energy spray around a bit before drying yourself. They say hosing down with cold water also helps prevend chalk onset. No energy left to dry yourself? No worries, just put on a bathrobe and lie down untill dry, you did a great job already at simply getting a shower. Stove: Nasty stains on it that are hard to get of? Don't lose your energy over them. Just toss a hot cleaning towel on it and leave it there for a while. Chances are that by the time it is cooled down it will be easier to wipe it away. Toilet: To keep the toilet clean drop in a piece of toiletpaper before a 'big message'. That way the toilet bowl will stay clean and you don't have to brush it afterwards. Windows: If they aren't all to dirty yet usually crumbling up an old newspaper and wiping it with that will do wonders.