This actually impresses me.
This is how lawmakers used to do it: they lived communally when they went to DC (or their state capital) and left their families at home. It saves money and energy and enables them to concentrate on their job while they’re there. They also end up socializing more, which is actually a good thing in politics.
If nothing else, this kind of situation makes it less likely that they’re cheating on their spouses.
A weekly maid service wouldn’t be a bad idea, though.