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4 Things You Should Know About Happy Helpers

Maan Sicam and Joanne Bernardo-Endaya tell us more about their cleaning and organizing services

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Photography: Dairy Darilag (Main Photo) and Maan Sicam and Joanne Bernardo-Endaya (Article Photos)

After struggling to finish our work at the office and spending three hours stuck in notorious Metro Manila traffic, we simply want to come home to the perfect place. However, many of us open the front door and see stained seats in the living area, dirty dishes in the kitchen sink, and an unreasonable amount of mess and clutter in nearly every part of our space. 

While we may want to clean and organize our home, not all of us have the time and energy to do so. If you need a little bit of help but you don't have an extra room or enough money for a full-time helper, you may want to consider a cleaning and organizing service! Here are the 4 things that you should know about Happy Helpers:

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