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How many chemicals are sitting under your sink? What do you use to wash your counter tops, stove top, oven, sinks, cutting board, dishes, pots and pans? No doubt, you are trying so hard to keep everything clean and sanitized. Odds are, you have a kitchen laced with unhealthy chemicals. Our guest, Leslie Reichert, “The Green Cleaning Coach” is a nationally-recognized “green” home-keeping expert who knows how to use food based liquids to clean. As she says, you’ll be moving your cleaning solutions from under your sink to your pantry or cabinets. Her book, The Joy of Green Cleaning, rightly lets you know Leslie is a lot of fun; cleaning your kitchen won’t be drudgery!
Hailed as the "Martha Stewart Of Green Cleaning", Leslie Reichert is a cleaning expert that uses her sparkling personality, great sense of humor and contagious passion to encourage her fans and followers to think differently about their cleaning products
Leslie Reichert is known as a Green Cleaning Coach and she is changing the world - "one spray bottle at a time". She is a national lecturer, a frequent homekeeping expert on Martha Stewart Living Radio, Kmart’s Cleaning Expert and author of the book: The Joy Of Green Cleaning- a handbook for DIY cleaners.
She has been published in Real Simple, This Old House, Fit Magazine, Shape Magazine, Woman’s Day, Woman’s World, Better Homes and Gardens, Ladies Home Journal, USA Today, Huffington Post and many more.Click to learn more and get your FREE gift.
How many chemicals are sitting under your sink? What do you use to wash your counter tops, stove top, oven, sinks, cutting board, dishes, pots and pans? No doubt, you are trying so hard to keep everything clean and sanitized. Odds are, you have a kitchen laced with unhealthy chemicals. Our guest, Leslie Reichert, ?The Green Cleaning Coach? is a nationally-recognized ?green? home-keeping expert who knows how to use food based liquids to clean. As she says, you'll be moving your cleaning solutions from under your sink to your pantry or cabinets. Her book, The Joy of Green Cleaning, rightly lets you know Leslie is a lot of fun; cleaning your kitchen won't be drudgery!
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We all want a cleaner, healthier home. But using strong artificial fragrances and harsh chemicals with fumes that hurt your eyes, lungs, and the environment? That just doesn't make sense. Toxic cleaners are harmful to everyone, but especially to children and pets. Knowing the best choices can sometimes be confusing or overwhelming. That's why we are making it easy to use natural products created with doTERRA essential oils, so your house is not only super-clean and disinfected, but smells fabulous! Carley Ewing will share many great tips, and recipes, for cleaning in your kitchen, bath, laundry, and even getting pet smells out of your carpet. You'll save your family's health, the environment, and money too!
Holistic Practitioner Marlene Ivette joins us this week on The Best Years in Life Radio. Our topic will be: Green Cleaning - Replacing Toxic Cleaning Products with Essential Oils.
During the first half hour, Tony will go over additions to our website and his topic will be: How to reverse and eliminate Alzheimer's.
And during the second half hour, Luella will continue her segment on neuro linguistic programming. This week, she will focus on how the media uses neuro linguistic programmig to influence our thinking.
In our first Radio Blog, we will be talking about Spring Cleaning. What are some of the things you want to focus on such as; duct cleaning, general cleaning, dryer vents, filters and more. We will also talk about some new trends and how to find a qualified contractor.
"The Prayer Journey" hosted by Minister Ty'Ann Brown, manager of OurPrayer, is your opportunity to join discussions of spiritual matters that affect your daily life. The program runs in real-time every Wednesday at noon, EST. Call (877) 904-0198 and press 1 to join the conversation or to request prayer. Each program is archived for your convenience.
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Friday, March 20th, we witnessed a new moon ‘supermoon’ total solar eclipse and the spring equinox falling on the same day, which is a rare astronomical event which has the potential to stir up some very powerful energetic shifts for our personal and collective transformations. The vernal equinox has long been celebrated by nearly all world cultures as a time of rebirth, fertility and new opportunities. There is a symbolic meaning here, shared by our histories and collective consciousness reflecting renewal and hope.
TGHE will discuss the FX of the astronomical, cultural, and energetic perspective of this event, and look at the ways of cleaning your "house." Also, we will touch on some of the issues of the week, and a look ahead to Chicago Politics as Early Voting starts on Monday.
Listen online or on your phone: 818-691-7412, press "1" to be a part of the show or if you want to share any thoughts or comments. EXperience the "FX"
Join host Beth Bond of Southeast Green as she discusses energy efficiency with one of the leading researchers on this topic, Suzanne Shelton.
Suzanne is the voice and the vision of Shelton Group. Drawing on her extensive experience in energy and the environment – plus her 25 years in the marketing and advertising industry – Suzanne provides high-level strategic insights for our clients and speaks to audiences around the country about pressing issues related to marketing energy efficiency and sustainability.
Suzanne founded Shelton Group as a one-woman copywriting agency in 1991 and turned it into a nationally recognized marketing communications firm, electing in 2001 to focus exclusively on energy, energy efficiency and sustainability. In addition to maintaining her busy speaking and consulting schedule, Suzanne has served as a guest columnist for publications such as Fast Company, Green Builder and GreenBiz.com. Her insights about the consumer mindset on sustainability, the future of utilities and the changing energy landscape have been quoted in Forbes, the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune, The Washington Post and other top media outlets.
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Tune in tonight, it’s all about the Atlanta Beltline. This project is the largest urban redevelopment ever undertaken by the City of Atlanta and Program Director Lee Harrop stops in to take us step by step around this 22 mile corridor that circles the city. This sustainable redevelopment project includes a network of public parks, multi-use trails, green space and transit that connects many neighborhoods directly to each other.
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