That last one was too easy, wasn’t it? Have another:
This one is easy, too: get rid of the comma.
The sentence is not compound, nor does the beginning contain a nonrestrictive clause (you wouldn’t write Anyone, who has time to clean, is…), a parenthetical element (which, despite the name, don’t always use parentheses), a dependent clause, etc. There is no reason for that comma to be there. (Argh! *throws red pen across room*)
Mercenary Proofreader is still trying to figure out why many writers scatter commas across their sentences like so many dandelions on a lawn. Despite it being the only one in the sentence, would you call it a “Shatner comma” (although… to be fair, his… dramatic pauses would… not be written as… commas 🙂 )?
Anyone who has time to clean is not reading nearly enough.
(If you must do some sort of housework, by the way, I recommend laundry: you can read while waiting between loads. 🙂 )