I don't know about you, but there is something about the days after Christmas and into the New Year that makes me want to de-clutter and get more organized.
I am a little rebellious about making "New Year's Resolutions" but I do have a few goals in mind this year: One is to be a better planner and post a weekly calendar on my fridge with different goals for myself each day. The other is to start saving money by making some of my own homemade cleaners.
Andrea, a "registered nurse turned frugally sustainable homemaker", has a great resource out there with over 30 "safe, effective, and frugal alternatives" to commercial cleaners.
I can tell that Andrea is very passionate about the subject because even though she has done lots of research and spent a lot of time compiling an e-book like this, she makes it affordable to just about everyone with it costing only $2.99
Here is what Andrea has to say about her book:
Simply Clean: DIY Solutions For A Naturally Clean Home
What if you could learn how to clean your home by using 5 simple, frugal, and natural products? What if by doing this you could save your family hundreds, maybe even thousands, of dollars a year?
Simply Clean is your answer!
In this book, we will walk through each room of the home and learn simple cleaning methods based on the folk recipes of days gone by!
I am excited to go out and get some supplies to start trying some of these recipes soon. I can imagine how nice my house will smell with the herbal infusions and how clean it will feel using these natural products.
If you are interested in purchasing Frugally Sustainable's e-book, click here or on the sidebar to the right.