Today's 20/20 Home Cure assignment is clean one room. It is not a deep clean, more the surfaces vacuum/mop floors, dust/wipe counter tops. I loved the video addresses the issue of low energy. The first week of a challenge or lifestyle change is easy. There is a freshness to adding new habits. The second week is harder it brings a drudgery feel to completing tasks. The video asks us who are we doing this for -maybe it's for a sock monkey.
Normally when I post about the daily challenge I've already completed it but today I haven't. I can't decide which room to do the surface clean in kitchen or bathroom. I'm leaning towards the kitchen. I'll let you know what I decided tomorrow.
Day 4 Follow Up:
I stumbled onto An Indian Summer while searching for room inspiration. I really would like to combine some of these elements into a room someday. And of the magazines I bought I found the 25 Beautiful Homes most helpful.
Day 5 Follow Up:
Jess, you might find The Natural Clean Home helpful. I picked it up a few months back and have used many of the recipes.
I did buy lemons for the challenge. But it got me wondering, "what eco-products ar avalible in my area". There isn't a great selection. The Sobey's had next to nothing. The Super Store had a few items, even liquid dishwasher soap by Seventh Generation (company recommended in the video). I didn't buy it because I don't have a dishwasher and that would have been silly. ESO, a local natural store, had the best variety. So today I bought EcoLogo's Bathroom Mold & Mildew spray and Ecover's cream scrub. I'll do a product review someday.
P.S. 7 days to NaNoWriMo