Quote it. Live it. : In 2014 I plan to….. (Fill in your blank)

ImageI plan to be better to my self and love me more than I have before. Find a way to TRUST my friend (GOD) more. I know it’s not going good or bad but it’s not going either so,see if I can trust him and get my business off the ground.

Happy New Year!

 

 

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My Facebook Like Page

ImageLike I said in my bio,  I have started my own cleaning service to assist those who don’t have the time or patience to clean their own home or office. I have provided links to my website, email and phone number. If you can use my assistance in your daily household chores,  I’m here to assist.  Like and Share my Facebook Page, if you or anyone you know can use my services.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/MAID-in-CHI/657534500957336?ref=br_rs

Discount on Cleaning

Discount on Cleaning

Get your discount cleaning when you become a first time customer, through December 30th.

Check out my website for cleaning services at… www.maidinchi.weebly.com

Household Cleaners, No Chemicals

ImageLooking for a cost-effective, safe way to keep your home clean, naturally? Try these four common household items for a gentle alternative to harsh chemicals:

Olive oil: Use to lubricate and polish wood furniture (three parts olive oil to one part vinegar; or two parts olive oil to one part lemon juice).

Potatoes: Halved potatoes can remove rust from baking pans or tinware – follow with a salt scrub or dip the potato in salt before scrubbing.

White vinegar: Cleans linoleum floors and glass (from windows to shower doors) when mixed with water and a little liquid soap (Castile or vegetable). It cuts grease and removes stains, and removes soap scum and cleans toilets (add a bit of baking soda if you like). Pour down drains once a week for antibacterial cleaning. Add to water in a spray bottle to kill mold and mildew.
Tea tree oil: Can be added to vinegar/water solutions for its antibacterial properties. Use it to kill mold and mildew, and on kitchen and bathroom surfaces instead of chemical products. Add 50 drops to a bucket of water to clean countertops and tile floors.

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Remove Hard Water Stains With A Lemon

ImageLemons can be used for more  than just flawless,  healthy skin and tasteful lemonade. It’s citric acid is useful for cutting through dirt, grime and toxins,  that we all face in our day to day  lives.

With that being said… hard water is something that most if not some  of us are used to getting…especially when you have a bad water system.

But, there is a way you can get rid of it, with one simple ingredient...LEMONS!!!

Yes, I said lemons.  All you need to do is roll the lemon a few times to get the juices going…cut it in half and then rub it on where ever the hard water stains are and rinse.

Wallah!!!!

Here is how it should look when done…..Image

How “Maid in Chi” Was Born…

ImageOne day I was sitting at my computer, scrolling my Facebook news-feed  and I came across a status  someone posted, that read…”your calling is your passion”  I sat there for a minute pondering the mere that of that statement. **Light Bulb** goes off in my head. After so many short term jobs,  very limited work history and unsuccessful job searches… I realized, it’s time to start my own business that I was skillful in,  yet passionate about. So I researched ways to start a business with no start up costs and I came across a article about starting your own cleaning service business. It seemed a little intimidating  at first, because of all of the cleaning companies  that are out now. But as I began to think about fear, and the more I procrastinate …I will never know what this self made opportunity I made for myself can become. So my extroverted self  ex-it-ed out doubt and en-ter-ed in faith, begun to make a website for my services , a Facebook like page and joined employment opportunity groups.

The possibilities are spotless…to be continued.