The Psychology of House Cleaning in Vancouver

Yesterday my house was cleaned by a house cleaning Vancouver service. I must confess that I have mixed feelings about this. On the one hand my house is now clean (at least for the near future) and that is always a good feeling. There is a certain amount of stress that has been removed from my life. Because it is stressful (for me at least) to see scuff marks or other messes and think about having to take the time to clean it up. And if I put it off for any length of time it will sit there in the back of my mind poking and prodding me until I do clean it up. So hiring the cleaning service goes a long way to eliminate all the anxiety associated with what I just described. However, this anxiety has now been replaced with anxiety associated with having another monthly bill to pay out of my already stretched budget. The question then becomes which anxiety I am willing to live with more or perhaps which anxiety do I want to avoid more? For the time being I have decided to live with the budgetary anxiety because a clean house is that important to me. That is why I will continue to employ the house cleaning Vancouver service until such a time as I can no longer financially support this course of action. I suppose this is all a very round about way of saying that the budgetary anxiety amounts to less anxiety than the anxiety associated with having to live in a messy house. I am sure there is a whole series of psychological inferences that one could draw based on this observation. I do have a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Boston University however, that accomplishment in no way accredits me to make such a psychological self diagnosis.