099 – Things that Change and Things that Don’t – Podcast

Podcast #99 from ASlobComesClean - THings that Change and THings that DOn't


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Melissa does beautiful watercolor portraits from a photo you send her. Get your hard-to-buy-for Christmas gifts done now, and spend December decluttering your guest room! creates beautiful watercolor portraits from your photo - great non-clutter Christmas gifts (a podcast sponsor)

Send me an email or leave a comment here with your questions for my husband who will (hopefully) be a guest on next week’s podcast!

Other things discussed in this podcast:

This week’s State of the Home Summer 2016 post.

Laundry Day

Laundry Day podcast

Why I have to run my dishwasher every single night. 

--Nony get-how-to-manage-your-home-without-losing-your-mind-wherever-books-are-sold


  1. 1

    When you said “and my behind is covered in…” we’re you going to say “hair”? X-D Like pet hair?

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    FINALLY! I’ve been waiting for a new podcast! You are such a wonderful speaker and I love listening to your podcasts when I clean, they make me so motivated! Thank you for continuing to share your failures, successes and tips & tricks for keeping a tidy home, it is so appreciated! xoxo

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    So excited to listen to the first podcast of the ‘new year’. Melissa’s work is just stunning, I’ll be popping over to take a look at more of her work.
    I find it really hard to adjust when the routine changes. This year things changed and I’ve really struggled to fit everything back into my schedule.

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    I love this podcast. I too have had to drink from a measuring cup. Dana, I think you must be my sister!

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    I found your blog over the summer and have been listening to your podcasts every day while I try to tackle my house. Now that my toddler is back in preschool two days a week, I decided to indulge myself by listening while sipping blueberry tea and knitting.

    Sounds so picturesque, right? Of course, I’m knitting a gift that I should have finished a month ago, and the tea and your podcast are my motivation to work on it, lol!

    Anyway, I just wanted to say a great big “thank you!” and tell you that I love you to pieces. You always make me smile and I feel SOOOO much better knowing that there’s someone else out there whose brain (and house) work the way mine do!

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    Custom artwork from a talented artist like Melissa might be perfect for someone on my Christmas-shopping list!

    I started with your site just over a year ago. Past the easier clutter, recently I’ve been tackling items I bought at bargain prices with plans to have them on hand as generic gifts or to use for crafting, wearing after adjusting a hem or other minor sewing task (enter: TPAD), etc. Facing up to how much money I’ve wasted on “bargains” and how significantly the “bargains” have contributed to my housekeeping problems and in turn to other problems – ouch, ouch, ouch!

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    I’m so happy you’re back to podcasting!!!! I just wanted to say: don’t worry so much about whether you’re rambling. Just hearing your voice makes feel like actually doing cleaning and organizing tasks I’ve been putting off, so the longer you talk, the more I get done :D. I know that sounds a little strange, but wanted you to know that I totally appreciate what you do and sometimes even do a little happy dance when I see I have a new podcast to listen to from you – even though I only allow myself to listen to them when I’m cleaning or organizing ;). Have a great day!

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