There are many different types of cleaning challenges that arise around the home. One problem that can be difficult to deal with is mould. Not only is it unsightly, but it’s really dangerous too.
While the go-to for destroying mould used to be harsh chemicals and bleach, those old-school methods just don’t sit well with me. I make a conscious effort to live well and do good things for the environment. So I have put together my top tips for destroying mould with eco-friendly alternatives. Continue reading “4 Tips for Destroying Mould with Eco Products”
I love my kids. They are the best things that have ever happened to me. But (and please don’t judge me for saying this) they really rocked my previously clean and tidy world when they arrived.
I am borderline OCD, which my friends like to tease me about, so when these wonderful little terrors arrived in my life, they managed to turn it upside down!
Being a bit of an eco-warrior, I am always looking for solutions that get the job done without causing harm to the planet (or my family for that matter). Here are a few of my top tips to restore your home to normality after your kids do their best at destroying it…
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I became hyper-conscious of product ingredients when I was pregnant and tried to stay away from excess preservatives and food colouring when food shopping. But I had a nagging feeling that my cleaning kit also needed an overhaul.
The disinfectants and all-purpose cleaners I had come to rely on were leaving my hands red and dry and their chemical scents were overpowering. So I began investigating what was in my favourite cleaning products and eventually came upon some eco-friendly alternatives:
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When you are lacking motivation to clean or low on time, use one of my favourite productivity hacks – the Pomodoro Technique. While the baby is napping or my husband takes over for a bit, I set a timer and start one of the three quick cleaning tasks below. When time is up, I relax for five minutes by checking my phone or reading news.
After the five minute break, if my daughter is still asleep (yes!) and/or hubby is still enjoying baby-dad time (double yes!), I reset the timer and begin another task. Instead of one marathon cleaning, which is impossible with a baby, I finish an area each time and clean more in one timed session than I thought possible.
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