One of the more unpleasant aspects of cleaning house is coming into contact with abrasive cleansers or inhaling fumes from powerful chemicals. Not only are natural substances kinder to the environment, but they have less impact on your wallet, as well. Many eco-friendly substitutes can be easily found at any store—and for a lot less than mass-market household cleaners.
- May 1st, 2013
Between those balmy, beckoning summer nights, kids going back to school in the fall, and the blustery, hole-up-and-conserve-energy days of winter, it’s easy to neglect cleaning. Sure we’ll pick up toys and do the dishes, but I mean the down-and-dirty, scrub-until-the-floors-are-white kind of clean.Win the war on dirt and germs—the green wayBy Amy Vergin
- April 1st, 2012
As you clean your closets, pack up your woolens, and bring your spring clothes out of their storage places, remember to clear the energies that have accumulated over the cold, dark days of winter, says Elaine Seiler, author of the new book Multi-Dimensional You: Exploring Energetic Evolution.