Cleaning Tips for Working Moms.

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As a working mom, time is often an obstacle I have to overcome. I am a clean freak and I hate clutter and messes. Instead of taking huge chunks of time that I don't have, I spread my cleaning schedule out through the week. I do it while the baby is taking a nap, playing with toys or hanging out with dad. I made an easy check list to keep me organized. 

What is also nice about having a check list around is other family members can see what needs to be done and help out. Many hands make light work, right?!

You can print off my schedule, or you can make your own. 

I find a lot of stress relief in cleaning. It helps me take that time to work out any frustrations. When I am cleaning I do not like to be fumigated by harsh chemicals and strong smells. I really don't want those around my child either. So when I shop for cleaners I try to go with as natural and clean as possible. 
Clorox Green Works has been a champion in that area. It smells pleasant, it's natural, and the best thing of all they don't test on animals. The Green Works line is made with natural plant based ingredients. It's pure and clean. I love the detergent and liquid dish soap for my sensitive skin. I love the wipes and all purpose cleaner for quick clean up's, and deep cleaning. 

Target is the only store that carries the entire Green Works line.
There is a 3/$8 deal in this weeks circular.

What products are your favorite? I want to hear how you manage your busy schedule and your cleaning schedule?

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