As you know I've spent a lot of effort on DC stuff. My small shop has really altered for the better after installing a Wynn 1 micron drum filter on the HF 2hp unit. This thing really pulls a lot of air and almost nothing in the way of particles gets away. The other thing that has helped is the installation of a WEN filter, the cleans out the fine, airborne particles that never make it to the DC. It is pretty cheap on Amazon.
The rest of the stray sawdust is from the top of machines, And that takes hoods and individual DC solutions. I recently bought an over arm DC for the table saw, but haven't had time or energy to put it in place. I have a good 10 inch saw with excellent below table dust collection. DC already exists on most of my other tools. Some are better than others.
I contained the messiest tool, the sliding miter, by hanging a clear shower curtain around the back side of it. By pulling the blade through the piece toward me, a chute is created that when I push back to complete the cut, throws nearly all the sawdust back into the curtain. The curtain is gathered at the bottom into a box with a DC fixture on the bottom. But it's that pull-push move that really does the job, not so much the suction.
Add a chip collector to your DC unit. Lots of good designs out there. Pick one.
One thing I think you'll have to address is carrying the sawdust up on your clothes and shoes. If momma don't like it, it's time to make some changes. Here's what I'd do:
Get a dust collection fixture that makes it easy to vaccum up the floor every time you do some work down there. My DC has a 4 inch tube (rockler with a wide spout) to pick dust up off the floor. Don't let it sit there, it will find its way up
Install the WEN (now $118) https://www.amazon.com/WEN-3410-3-Sp...rds=WEN+filter
Find a way to brush off your shoes. Try this, but mount it on a box into which you can plug your DC hose. https://www.amazon.com/Boot-Cleaner-...+cleaner+brush
Along with brushing off your shoes, find a vacuum attachment that will let you vacuum off your shirt and trousers. Do this very thoroughly or momma won't like it. If you have sawdust in your hair, you can vacuum that off too, but don't go after your ears. Sawdust in your hair gets on momma's pillows.
Consider getting a full coverage apron to catch as much sawdust as possible. Close up the pockets. Vacuum it after use. Denim Woodturner's Apron | Rockler Woodworking and Hardware
If you can manage it, find a way to lay down some linoleum or paint the floor to make cleanup easier.
Clear away everything from the floor, up the wall 16 inches to make cleanup easier to do.
I'm sure you could do a lot more, but these fixes really worked well for me, and didn't cost that much. The Wynn canister filter was the big item, the WEN unit wasn't bad, the shower curtain and hanging hardware was maybe $25. I already had the long 4 inch hose and fixtures. A small price to pay for peace at home.