Partnering with Cleaning for a Reason

Did you know that we donate a percentage of the proceeds from the homes we clean to Cleaning for a Reason? We’ve got an interview with Stephanie Floyd, owner and operator of World Class Cleaning; and we’re discussing what Cleaning for a Reason is, and how hiring us to keep your home clean and tidy also benefits cleaning the homes of women…

Living Green Values Ep. 7 – Dishes!

While we’re in the kitchen, let us discuss dishes. I know you’re not using paper plates anymore (huzzah!) but I also know you’ve discovered the value of laundry detergent that isn’t gross! Could we make washing dishes a less gross process as well? No. That’s all for this week! See you next time! JK obviously I’m not going to do you like…

Living Green Values Ep. 6 – Paper products are confusing your brain

Paper products are confusing your brain One of the very first changes I made to my lifestyle in an attempt to create less waste also made me remember (or possibly even fully realize for the first time) that things like paper towels, paper napkins, and paper plates were developed for convenience at the expense of quality. Putting greenness aside for a second—I’d…

Living Green Values Ep. 5 – Don’t waste food

There are entire internet tomes available for you to read (in addition to actual made-of-paper tomes) about the importance of eating organic food that hasn’t been sprayed with chemicals that are harmful to both your body and the environment. I won’t bore you with what you already know—eating well became one of the first things I ever did to improve my greenness…

Living Green Values, Ep. 4 – Laundry Elsewhere

Real quick, let’s revisit my goals for this series: *     To help you reduce your impact on the earth… * …in ways you can absolutely handle I wanted to reiterate because this is an episode that might start you out with an eye roll. But once your eyes settle back into their normal reading position, I want to assure you that I…