Housekeeping Secrets My Mother Never Taught Me
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Master the Art of Keeping House—the Easy Way!
Everyone loves a clean and well-kept house. But these days most people don't have time to clean thoroughly, keep up with laundry, decorate properly, and actually enjoy their home. Caught in the vacuum of life, our home skills are lacking—and it shows!
This lifesaver of a book provides all the essential secrets, basic instructions...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published January 25th 2001 by Prima Lifestyles (first published 2001)
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Heather
I wish that I had discovered this book as a newlywed. A clean house can save you time, money, improve your health and make you feel better about yourself. This book is a good guide to cleaning your house and is full of tips and pointers. (Although many of the decorating ideas are questionable or at least dated. But then I can't say that I'm a decorating expert either.) I also liked her statement "The easiest way to keep a house clean is to keep a clean house." So true!
Kerri Johnson
There were a few tips in here that were useful but mostly it made me feel like I needed to clean my house better! I thought it was clean enough but according to this neat freak, who wrote the book, not so much...
Malea
I never thought I could read a cleaning book, but I read this book straight through! I loved the knowledge, the author's sense of humor, and all of the secrets. This motivated me to become a cleaner, better housekeeper.
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Joni Hilton is an award-winning playwright, the author of 20 books, and holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in writing from USC. She is frequently published in major magazines and contributes columns to MeridianMagazine.com. She hosts a call-in radio advice show on Saturday mornings on AM-1380 KTKZ (streaming live)at 9 a.m. Pacific Time.
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