Spring Cleaning Tips and an E-Book Sale

I wrote a post for Home Depot’s blog with ten super-simple cleaning tips. Go here to read it.

Also, since I know the thought of Spring Cleaning can be overwhelming, I’m running a sale on my 2 e-book set through the end of March. The e-books included are 28 Days to Hope for Your Home (Not for the Mildly Disorganized) and Drowning in Clutter? (Don’t Grab a Floatie, Drain the Ocean!).

Get the set for $5 by using the code SPRING14 at checkout. Go here to read more about the e-books and purchase.

($5 is normally the price of one of those e-books!)

--Nony
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  1. Home Depot – impressive! Enjoyed the article. I keep cleaning solution in my toilet brush holder too. I have the tall metal kind with the plastic liner so I keep enough cleaner in there to submerge the brush in, and then I just swipe the inside of the toilet a couple of times a week. No need to bring a bottle of cleaner with me to squirt in the bowl!

  2. Great spring cleaning tips! I would never have thought to put paper towels (or newspapers) on high surfaces. Congrats on the Home Depot guest blogging gig. :)

  3. Danielle says:

    Loved the article. I use a old gift card as a scrapper too, but I never thought about putting paper towel on top of my fridge!! Love that tip. After reading your blog from beginning to end, then following you for over a year, the stars finally aligned and I just bought the ebooks. (enough money, over whelmed by messy house, finally wanting to really clean and get rid of stuff, plus sale-woohoo) Can’t wait to read them. Ok maybe I will wait until the kids are in bed.

  4. Cool that you got to write for Home Depot! I’m checking it out now :)

  5. Definitely tried the shower head tip last night. It’s amazing! The thing works better then it has in the whole 18 months I’ve lived in this apartment. Just in time to move on Saturday! Oh well, someone else can enjoy it I guess.

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