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Spring Cleaning
April 06, 2012

Organized Mom-Zine

April 2012

Welcome to the April issue of the Organized Mom-Zine bringing you tips and support to help you get your family organized. My goal for today's newsletter is to motivate you! Has anyone else noticed that with Spring weather comes a serious lack of motivation to do any Spring cleaning? I want to share with you some green cleaning tips, the best kid-friendly cleaning supplies and some important reminders about age appropriate chores for kids..

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Spring has sprung! I don't know about you, but it is harder than ever to stay inspired and motivated to do any work indoors. As you open the windows for much needed fresh air, in comes the dust and debris.

Green cleaning is better for the world and better for the health of your family than conventional chemical products. Do you know the five areas that can be easily cleaned with just plain water? The fewer products you use the better.

When you do need to use cleaning products, you need to think about safety first, especially when you teach kids how to clean. These are the four cleaning supplies my kids use. 98% of the products in the cleaning supplies aisle in the grocery store are useless and downnright dangerous. Be smart about your cleaning!



I'll leave you with this: I want you to think about whether your kids are ready for any additional cleaning jobs around the house that can lighten your load?

Remember that almost any chore can be modified for almost any age If you adjust your expectations and are careful to break down a chore into manageable chunks for a youngster, your child may be ready for more responsibility.





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:D Lorin

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