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Cleaning; Organization

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Although all your major preparations should be done by candle-lighting, there are a few light household jobs that are permitted afterwards, if necessary. They include the following: 1. Sweeping the floor (but not washing or vacuuming it). 2. Setting the t...
There’s a saying: “Passover cleaning is not spring cleaning, dirt is not chametz, and children are not the paschal sacrifice.”
There is always too much to do, and not enough time or energy to do it.
One of the many challenges of healthy modeling is staying one step ahead of the children. The good news is, you can teach time and space management to your children as you master them yourself.
It’s hard to live a streamlined lifestyle with a constant flow of new “stuff.” Try these tips for curbing unnecessary purchases.
With all the cleaning and cooking for Passover, it’s easy to lose sight of the inner meaning of this holy time. So, this year, let’s take steps to arrive at the Seder relaxed and inspired.
Mentally take inventory every few weeks, so that your hard work yields its ROI (return on investment), or keep a list of frozen items on your refrigerator door.
However you choose to express yourself, your world needs your creative response.
What do you do when you have no time to get things done?
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