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Publisher's Summary

You have a busy life, and cleaning your house does not fall very high on your list of priorities. Luckily, that doesn't mean you have to live in an unclean home. It's possible (and easy!) to enjoy a clean, fresh home in just 30 minutes! In The Busy Girl's Guide to Speed Cleaning and Organizing, author and cleaning expert Elizabeth Bolling provides a gold mine of advice on the best ways to quickly and efficiently achieve a clean home, without sacrificing precious time with your family and friends. Inside, you'll find:

  • General house cleaning tips
  • A deep-cleaning checklist
  • A 30-minute speed cleaning schedule
  • An emergency 10-minute super-speed cleaning schedule, and
  • Tips and checklists for speed organizing

It's time to take control of your home and your life! You can have it all - a clean house and a happy, abundant life!

©2015 Elizabeth Bolling (P)2016 Elizabeth Bolling

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My ears hurt.

The content of the book is ok but finding a narrater that whistles whenever she reads a word that starts or ends with an s was a bad choice. I can't even finish listening.

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Really? I am glad it was a cheap book.

I spoke with less than 30 minutes, all of the information was common sense. For those of us that are truly busy and truly trying to keep up with things, we already follow these common sense things I guess I was looking for something a little more revolutionary.