Monday, March 28, 2016

School anywhere

Today we're learning at the library.

Zalmi is building a castle and playing with two other preschoolers. He found a Paw Patrol book and let me read about half of it before he decided he was finished.

Zippy is learning about ravens. (We have a lot in Gardendale).

Zee is in the "batcave" in the teen room, doing his work independently. I'm catching up on business stuff.

I'm not feeling 100% today but we needed to get to town. So it's nice to be in a new environment. I'm building my business and why do I sell Norwex? Because I truly believe in the company and it allows me to stay home with my children. The products really work and they save me tons of money. Not having to buy expensive chemicals brings joy to my heart and I love sharing this! Please feel free to email me with any questions you might have.

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Passover cleaning and Norwex

I love knowing that every corner of my house has been cleaned. It's a great feeling. Yet have you ever asked yourself what will happen if you use a ton of chemicals year after year? Without going into the scary details, let's just agree that chemicals are dangerous and there has to be a better way. To be honest, these cleaners are new. Only in the last 100 years have we thought that chemicals will get us closer to clean. Can you imagine our families in 1812 using caustic chemicals to rid their homes of chametz?  

They are cleaning the Wall without hazmat suits. Can you?

I found Norwex because I am determined to make this world a better place. I don't believe families need to spend hundreds of dollars every year to get their houses clean. There is a better way. This isn't a gimmick. It really works. 

So even if you have been programmed by television commercials and mother guilt to clean your house like a sewage plant; it really is easy to stop and do it differently. 

This is my first year to truly clean without chemicals. The last few years I either spent hours making my own cleaners or bought so-called healthy cleaners that I had an extremely allergic reaction to. It's expensive and ridiculous to work so hard for so little in the way of results. 

Once I bought Norwex, I haven't had to go down the cleaning section at the store in months. SAVING me hundreds of dollars. No more paper towel. Doing my part to save trees! My children have really sensitive skin and we're not dealing with rashes or breathing problems as much anymore. 

I am passionate about helping others create safe havens! 

Cleaning takes me half the time! The CDC recommends cleaning with microfiber, but Norwex is different than anything you can find at a store. 

Norwex is also amazing when it comes to problems and issues. They demand quality of their products and if you run into any problems, there is a 2 year warranty! They want to make their customers happy. If you buy a cloth at the store and it falls apart, what will you do? Just buy another one? 

Please check out my store site and feel free to ask me questions on Facebook, Pinterest, or Instagram! 

Wednesday, March 9, 2016


It's been such a long time since I just blogged. My world has been a roller coaster. I'm trying to get off of it, but it takes some practice.

My friend and I are striving for the KISS approach. Keep It Simple Stupid! How much work is it to simplify!?

Between studying the Torah, preparing our garden, keeping the house clean, teaching three children, spreading the word about Norwex, finding time for creativity, dealing with doctors, writing my book, and loving our  new puppy- we are very busy! (This is a small list compared to what I deal every day).

Zalmi is dealing with extreme separation anxiety. I can't leave the room without promising that I will always come back!  He loves reading. Our trips from Gardendale to Midland are always full of books and toys. He counts everything and wants to know everyone's names. He's starting talking to everyone he meets. It's adorable. 

 Zippy is on cloud 9 with her puppy. She has shown great maturity to clean up every mess with joy and love. She is teaching her tricks and cuddling on her every spare minute. She is learning French and Hebrew (gotta prep for Bat Mitzvah) and she's mastering her multiplication tables. She is forever writing to her friends and making new ones! We hope to meet some new Homeschool buddies tomorrow (weather permitting). 

Zee is learning tons and exploring his creative side. Learning guitar, Japanese, practical math (he knows how to write a check, make a budget, pay bills, start accounts, and more every day), driving, sewing, 

We need to head home now, so I'll try to blog more frequently.