One option is to follow a frugal cleaning lifestyle. This is characterized by the minimal use of commercially bought chemicals for cleaning. Mostly, safer alternatives that can be found at home are used instead. Have you ever thought of using vinegar, salt, baking soda, and borax when cleaning your house? Also, a frugal cleaning lifestyle includes recycling cleaning tools to save on cost. It also involves turning non-cleaning tools into cleaning tools (using old toothbrush to clean nook and crannies in the bathroom). So if you are looking for ways on how to cut on cleaning supplies and cleaning tools costs, you are in the right place. You will also benefit from the healthier cleaning methods of frugal cleaning lifestyle.
A collection of great hints and tips on going 'green'. Includes vinegar, citrus fruits and salt!
"Give me a dollar or I'll spit on you."
This book is the perfect cure for feeling old. It offers a fresh take on aging with a lot of practical advice. There are suggestions and solutions to avoid behaviors that may make you appear older than your chronological age. Written by a highly qualified adviser in a common-sense style, this book is a resource and a must-read for anyone with an aging partner or relative. Most middle-aged peple hate getting older. This book makes suggestions for meeting the challenges of aging. Part I draws attention to negative habits and behaviors that may develop as one ages. Each chapter contains suggestions on making positive changes. Part II raises more serious concerns and gives examples of how getting older may bring freedom from certain preoccupations. At minimum, this book provides ideas to consider whether you are a boomer or a pre-boomer. And if you are a youthful fifty-plus-year-old, you may want to read this book for more insight into the behavior of your older partner, parent or relative.