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Blog Entry | Blogs > By Nikki Blair If my mother knew I was writing a blog post titled “Cleaning House,” she would laugh. She knows—and I freely admit—that I’m not the consummate housekeeper. If we know someone is coming to visit, we tidy all the usual clutter, and scrub all the surfaces otherwise, our house is more often than not in a state of moderate-to-severe dishevelment. Laundry, Legos, yarn, multiple remote controls, single socks, kid»
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Check out that puppy! Cleaning House: A Mom’s 12 month experiment to rid her home of  Youth Entitlement by Kay Willis Wyma. Amy Sullivan and Steph from Only Here, Only Now have organized bloggers and readers to discuss this book.   Today, I’ll write about the book in general. Next week, I’ll cover a chapter we’re actually [...]
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"Cleaning House" presents Enable-EZ
Humorous depiction of enabling parents w»
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Cleaning House: One Mom's Attack on Youth Entitlement | Kay Wyma
Kay Wyma sits down with FaithVillage to »
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Cleaning House: The 12-Month Family Experiment | Kay Wyma
Kay Wyma talks with FaithVillage about h»
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So, you’re probably noticing the focus of the blog and where it is going.maybe. That’s okayI know and for now that’s fine. Essentially, I’m doing a little renovating of the place. It is about time to re-focus and re-vamp this bad boy and do something differentreally different. But don’t worry, I got a plan! It’ll be fun! Trust me! PLUS, I have the tendency to be a littlewellover the place. Aren’t we all!? I’ll keep you posted as I»
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Last week I joined in the book group discussion of Cleaning House: A Mom’s 12 Month Experiment to Rid Her House of Youth Entitlement by Kay Wills Wyma. You can read those thoughts here, mostly that we are very challenged in all areas of the book! Thanks to Amy Sullivan and Steph from Only Here, Only Now  for [...]
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If you ever come to my house, I can promise you it's going to be straightened and arranged without stuff out of place.I cannot promise there won't be a layer of dust over the perfectly arranged knickknacks, tables or even the TV. Nor will I promise the floors won't need vacuumed, there won't be dishes in the sink (and the sink needs to be washed too), and the bathrooms won't need scrubbing.I'm a neat person that hates a mess and wants everything»
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Woo Hoo! It’s No Housework Day! A day to forget those daily chores . . . to leave the laundry until tomorrow, pile the dishes in the sink, and ignore the crumbs on the floor. It’s time to celebrate. If I could, I would declare everyday – No Housework Day! From Punchbowl: National No Housework Day Are you always looking for an excuse to put off housework and cleaning for just one more day? Well look no further, today’s holiday absolutely»
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It’s National Spring Cleaning Week! But it’s hard to think about spring cleaning when it doesn’t feel like spring. It’s too cold to wash windows or change to your warm weather wardrobe and bedding, but there are some things we can do to get a jump-start inside so we can go outside once warm sunny days return. Let’s Get Started   Photo Credit Make a list of everything you want need to clean, and a list of supplies you need to get the jo»