Clean Up Green, Family Health

Your Guide to Facebook and Instagram Contest Rules 2017

  Promotional campaigns, including Facebook and Instagram contests, are a great way to engage existing customers, get in front of new customers, and to collect user-generated content and other useful marketing data. But sponsoring such promotional campaigns comes with legal regulations and restrictions that can be confusing. Whether you’re running a Facebook or Instagram contest,…

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Family Health, Green Cleaning

Keeping Your Newborn Safe as You Clean

Raising a newborn can be tough, not to mention a little hectic as you attempt to navigate the other areas of your life—from work and school, to your social life and marriage—while keeping your house in order. Indeed, parents of newborns have a serious adjustment when it comes to housekeeping and balancing life, but as you’re gonna find out, it is something parents have been grappling with for ages.

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Family Health

How Hiring a Maid Can Help with Elderly Care

Your loved ones. You’d do anything to protect them, including making sure their home is safe, healthy and sound. After all, you lock the doors at night, close the blinds and leave the porch light on to ward off outside intruders … but what about the intruders already in your home? The kind of unexpected prowlers that come with everyday housekeeping? They can come with a hidden cost.
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Family Health

The Holiday Housekeeping Giveaway

Hooray, the holidays are here! Whether you’re busy cooking the kind of meals that could feed a village or dodging elbows during last-minute shopping sprees, there’s always something else to do.  And then there’s the cleaning: Sweeping up pine needles, removing cookie batter blotting, soaking up the snow-caked imprints of little boots on big rugs.…

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Family Health, Safe Cleaning

Cleaning My Space is Where Good Health Starts

“Cleaning My Space” (your home) may seem like just another chore to do every Sunday—in between watching football and weekly food prep—but did you know that cleaning your living space can positively contribute to your overall health and wellbeing?
Studies have shown that “cleaning my space” regularly is good for your emotional, mental and physical health. In fact, a recent study led by NiCole R. Keith, a research scientist and professor at Indiana University, reveals that people who have cleaner houses are healthier than people with messy ones, and those who kept their homes clean were more active than those who didn’t. Who knew that house cleanliness is a predictor of physical health?
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Family Health

Newborns Need Toxin-Free Homes

Newborns … there’s nothing you wouldn’t do for them. While every parent wants the best for their babies, oftentimes what goes overlooked is creating a household free from toxins. “Baby-proofing” your home by covering outlets and blocking stairs is critical, certainly, but so is cleaning your home responsibly … and that begins with using chemical-free cleaning products.
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