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How to Create a Perpetually Clean Kitchen
by Mary Rose DiMarco

  • Content Type:
  • Hacks/Timesavers,
  • How-To,
  • LifeStyle

Take a moment and close your eyes. Picture yourself walking into your kitchen. The counters are clear and clean. Only the things that belong on the counters are there. Your sink is empty and maybe even shiny. The floor is clean and free of backpacks, sports equipment, or shoes. Take a deep breath. Now, open your eyes. How do you feel? Happy? Calm? Peaceful?

That feeling of peacefulness and calm is what we should feel when we enter our kitchens. Unfortunately, all too often, we walk into a room with a sink full of dirty dishes, stuff all over the counters, and quite simply, a mess. We feel anything but peaceful.

It doesn't have to be this way! Small, consistent actions repeated over time will result in a perpetually clean kitchen.  

 

 

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About the Contributor

Mary Rose DiMarco / Independent Sales Consultant

Norwex Tallahassee, FL

We are called to be good stewards of the blessings we receive. Small, intentional efforts to care for our families, our homes, and our planet, are beneficial to everyone. Thankfully, it doesn't have to be complicated. Clear-Clean-Create: Clear the Clutter, Clean Green, & Create a Haven for yourself and the ones you love.
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