Utilize your crockpot!
Dedicate "hours" every two weeks or once a month for the deeper cleaning. Otherwise, spot clean once a week and vacuum, sweep, mop.
I keep to do lists and take serious pleasure in crossing off items.
Take time to sit down and complete those annoying emails, phone calls, and tasks that tend to pile up.
You could pay someone to come to your house once a month to do deep cleaning. I think the going rate where I live is about $75 for two hours of work. Also some good groupon
stuff out there.
Grocery shop once a week. Wash, chop, and prep as much as you can that day. That's helped me.
Try to squeeze in 30 minutes of cardio most days a week. You'll sleep better and feel less tired and be more clearheaded when it comes to completing tasks.
Drink plenty of water and eat real foods. The frankenfood we eat these days can make you feel more fatigued.
Find something you can look forward to in the morning. I enjoy my cup of coffee and eating breakfast. I used to do this on the run in my car, but I found that if I wake up a little bit earlier and spend 15 minutes eating breakfast and having a cup of coffee, I'm in a better mood and start the day off right.
NO iPads, laptops, cell phones, or tv in the bedroom. I read a book before bed but that's it. You have to set the mood for sleepytime and electronics don't do it.
Good luck! It's a challenge every single day. I feel your pain.