Are you Singaporean or Malaysian?
I have spent a lot of time in SE Asia and am familiar with the idioms. Often locals will use 'last time', when they mean 'previously'. e.g. Before you lived in Kuantan, where did you live 'last time'. I have got used to this now, and know what people mean, and have become enchanted by the dialect and way of speaking.
But in standard English, when we say 'every time', or 'last time', we are referring to a punctive moment, as opposed to continuous time. Thus if I say 'I have been to America five times' I can then go on to talk about what I did on the first/second/ last etc. occasion that I went.
But if I say 'I lived in France three years ago' one would need to structure one's questions around 'what did you do prior to that/after that/ whilst you were there' etc. For in the second case one would not be dealing with a specified moment of time.
So that is why the author says everything, everywhere, all the time. He or she cannot say every time because he has not defined any moments of time. They could have said everything, everywhere, every time you leave your house, because that would include a definition of the moments they are talking about i.e. each time you leave the house.