Green Housekeeping for the Domestically Impaired
Attend this workshop to learn not only how to fit housekeeping into your full and fabulous life, but learn how adopting a happy, eco-friendly housekeeping practice can make your life even better. Olivia Lane will offer practical, personalized advice on how you can say goodbye to clutter and hello to all the good stuff you really need, want, and deserve. She'll also share her secrets for making cleaning and organizing a sacred, self-healing and renewing ritual you'll actually look forward to!
Liz Neves will explain how the products we clean with impact our health and our environment. She'll also demonstrate how to mix our your own homemade cleaning product.
Participants will leave with a mini-guide to eco-friendly housecleaning, a homemade cleaner, and a fresh perspective on life, love, and dust bunnies!
Please bring a 4oz jar.
Olivia Lane is a professional apartment cleaner and organizer offering creative, positive, and personalized eco-friendly service to Prospect Heights, Crown Heights, Park Slope, Bed-Stuy, Clinton Hill, Fort Greene & Lower Manhattan. Visit www.olivialanehousekeeping.comfor more info.
Liz Neves, healthy home consultant (raganella.com), thinks everyone deserves to experience health and well being. She helps nurture a more healthful and natural lifestyle by reducing the chemical burden that is common in many households. Her work is based on studies in permaculture, lotion & soap crafting, and herbalism.
Cost: Free! Organic and vegan treats will be provided.
Refreshments at 6. Workshop at 6:30-7:30.