Living inspired

Thursday, February 22, 2007

enlightenment through housecleaning

the house I work in got cleaned today by a Brasilian couple I'm happy to be outta the business. There's something very satisfying in housecleaning. easier when its not your own clutter, and a little romantic in another country and you don't know what chemicals are in the stuff you're cleaning with. people want their houses to smell clean.
I like to clean with baking soda and vinegar. it makes a fun sound-fizz. great for toilet bowls, stainless steel sinks, burnt pots, caked food.
next time I'll share my floor cleaning methods.
remember, cleanliness is next to Godliness!


Blogger bozster613 said...

shalom adamama,

Did a search of "Inspired" based upon the film promoted in my NYC area
and came across your relatively new blog. Looks great; seems that you're busy w/ your kid(s)!

As an FYI, another woman closer to my area of the country who seems very publicly enlightened through her work and is certainly inspirational, is the bas Kohain Ms. Arianne Cohen. She is a tall, dark-haired woman (6'3") living in Manhattan, and her magnum opus is her book 'Help, It's Broken! A Fix-It Bible for the Repair-Impaired'
IMHO, Ari's oevre is very well-written, has been nothing short of INSPIRATIONAL, and comes highly recommended!!!
(I even laminated the paperback cover as a permanent bookcover for continual use.)

Also --- on a less directly-related point --- I neither work with children, do major housecleaning, nor am I involved with the inspirational task of Kiruv Rechokim to achieve "next to Godliness!" in the same exact manner as yourself, but the group Aish DOES have such a Kiruv Rechokim initiative,, which you and other enthusiastic mama's like yourself might wish to seriously look into :-)

April 13, 2007 at 9:02 AM  

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