Just the other day someone asked me the most efficient way to clean a house. And lo and behold a few days later this brilliant piece appeared in The New York Times. So even if you have one of my incredible teams cleaning your house every week, it’s super smart and well written and worth a read. And if you don’t have us cleaning for you, definitely do take a moment to read. It’s worth it. Also probably a good idea to send to those recent college grads… 🙂
Full disclosure: this post has NOTHING to do with cleaning! 🙂
I don’t know about you, but after these endless rainy weeks, I’m ready for some blazing hot days and music filled nights! My most excellent and dear friend, Eve, each summer creates this great guide to all the free concerts within a short drive from Boulder/Longmont. Here’s tis’: Free concerts summer 2015
Hope to see you under the stars blissing out to some awesome tunes!
I subscribe to a great site called, Women’s Voices for the Earth, and last week they released a new report about companies that produce cleaning products. You can access it here: Deep Clean: What the cleaning industry should be doing to protect your health.
And guess what? The four companies that we think we should trust because they’ve told us they have cleaned up their products have actually been lying to us. Surprise! And our pals at SC Johnson who make such “green” products like, Pledge and Scubbing Bubbles and Windex, are still using hormone disrupting synthetic musks. Nice, ehh?
The great team at Women’s Voices for the Earth has created a “Clean Sweep Campaign” to move companies to adopt a truly transparent and internal chemical screen policy. Learn more at: http://www.womensvoices.org/issues/reports/deep-clean/.