September 22, 2022

Watch the couple’s housekeeping videos that have gone viral on TikTok

Joanne Atack, 25, and her fiancé Jordan Buchan, 29, have been praised on social media for tackling domestic work as a team, breaking stereotypes.

The couple have documented their efforts in oddly satisfying time lapses which they post on social media app TikTok.

They are now followed by over 165,000 people and their videos have received over 1.9 million likes.

Meet the couple who tackle housework in unison in oddly satisfying time frames. See SWNS story SWSMcleaning; Joanne Atack, 25, and her fiancé Jordan Buchan, 29, have been praised on social media for tackling domestic work as a team, breaking stereotypes. The couple, who live in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, documented their efforts in time-lapses they post on social media app TikTok. They are now followed by over 165,000 people and their videos have received over 1.9 million likes.

Joanne and Jordan lead busy lives. They both work, Joanne runs an online printing business and Jordan is a real estate developer and investor.

They equally share household chores around the house, whether it’s washing dishes, vacuuming, tidying up or doing laundry.

Joanne, from Wakefield, said: “Why shouldn’t the household chores be equally divided? We wouldn’t settle for anything less.

“I tend to dedicate a room to a day, that’s how I do my deep cleaning. For example, on a Monday, I’ll deep clean our bedroom.

“Me and Jordan clean around work and kids, we live very busy lives so if we have 10 minutes to spare we will work as a team.”

The couple also care for four children, all under the age of 10.

Joanne said: “We both work. We both have kids and we both live in the same house.

“Having children comes with dirty clothes and lots of them! It’s pretty easy to follow when you stick with it, but if you have a day off, it’s over.

“Sharing responsibly is so important to both of us.”

The couple, who have been together for three years, haven’t always been so organized and have had to set up a routine, which has had a positive impact on their family life.

Joanne added: “We winged it to start. We were both late for work, we weren’t sleeping well.

“We had severe parental guilt because we felt the children weren’t getting the time and attention they deserved and we also had no time to spend with each other.

“It sounds very dramatic, but it just shows the importance of a routine.”