How Christina Pearson discovered that having a well-ordered house was part of God’s plan for her and that cleanliness really, truly is godliness.
Tami Kiser, aka Smart Martha, talks about the number one way to lighten your housecleaning load–keep stuff picked up and put away. Oh, what a tough battle that is!
How do you work at overcoming the “stuff” problem? Jen Steed profiles a new book that offers some terrific suggestions.
A new cleaning product that is safe and made with ingredients you could eat. This stuff is super economical because for most uses you’ll dilute it way down. With each order you’ll get a handy chart that tells how much to use for which type of cleaning you’re doing (I’ll share just a few, but there’s a huge long list): dish soap, appliances, carpets, bathrooms, laundry, hand wash, produce wash, pet stains, degreasing, permanent marker stains (!), and I just realized it can even be used for shampoo and facial cleanser — I don’t understand how it can be mild enough for that stuff yet strong enough to get out my nasty stains, but I love it!
Praying in the laundry room? That’s great. But here are some Smart Martha tips to lessen your time there. (Unless that is the only time you get to be alone to pray! )
Clean your bathroom today and have a clean bathroom for the rest of the day, but teach your children to…