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Using the Wonder Wash

Here is a link to a Facebook photo album detailing my experience using the non-electric Wonder Wash for the first time. It was relatively quick and easy, and I was able to use only 5 gallons of water, all of … Continue reading

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Laundry Room Conversations – Mindfulness

The last part of our conversation about laundry habits was recognizing how we use or misuse our time. We own a well functioning washing machine and gas dryer. We put a load of laundry in and walk away. Sometimes we … Continue reading

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Airing Dirty Laundry

Leslie previously mentioned the importance of “creating an environment conducive to success.”  That did not describe our laundry room.  The working end was a mess. And for me,  shame about the current state can be a major obstacle to change.  … Continue reading

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Laundry Room Conversations – Space

As the parents of 5 kids, now grown, we understand the vital interplay between how you arrange your space and the activities (or conflicts) that occur within that space. As Leslie puts it: “You have to create the conditions for … Continue reading

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Laundry Room Conversations – Clothes

As January’s laundry mini-challenge comes to an end, my husband and I sat down to talk about what it would mean to change our laundry habits. Phil Grove’s comment about “too many clothes” was part of that discussion.

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Laundry challenge 4 – Laundry Detergent or Poison?

One of the great things about the environmental mini-challenge is that I now have a reason to look into things that I knew I wanted to research, but never got around to doing. Today’s topic is detergent and when I … Continue reading

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Every Month An Opportunity for a New Challenge

Three years ago we were demoralized over our lack of progress at paying down debt. Then we started working with a counselor who challenged us to be as radical as we could be about cutting our expenses. She told us to put … Continue reading

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