Housecleaning Can Be Rewarding; 20-Year Veteran House Cleaner Wants to Tell You Why

Apr 24, 2001, 01:00 ET from Debi Peterson

    DENVER, April 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Believe it or not, housecleaning can be
 rewarding.  Debi Peterson, a 20-year veteran of housecleaning, says
 housecleaning can help center you.  It can be a
 mind-body-spirit connection.
     Peterson, a consultant to businesses, who is also trained in yoga and
 kinesiology, says that by connecting with your home while cleaning, you will
 find what is clutter and what is not.  Order can take the place of chaos.
 Your home will be a retreat for relaxation.
     She tells it all in her video, "Cleaning Was Complicated Until Now"
 ($19.95; Tapeworm Video Distributors) in bookstores and on-line.
     Peterson says, "Cleaning involves beneficial physical movement.  Much of
 our day is spent sitting, and cleaning can be refreshing."
     For example, Peterson says a client who is a writer vacuums whenever she
 is creatively blocked.  The physical movement unlocks the thought process and
 ideas flow.  She uses the movements of cleaning to exercise the creative
 right-brain.
     You'll enjoy these benefits when cleaning is easy.  Peterson's 38:00 video
 demonstrates in three simple steps how easy the maintenance method of cleaning
 really is.  Following this simple routine saves time and money.  And getting
 the family involved shares the responsibility.
     All the choices of cleaning tools and products is confusing and stressful.
 Peterson recommends products she prefers for efficiency and durability.  She
 says not to bother making cleaning products from common household ingredients.
 Remember, simplify.
     Peterson says that housecleaning is about making your home enjoyable and
 not about doing it perfectly.  With this approach, cleaning can be thought of
 as fun and not as drudgery.
     Peterson's "Cleaning Was Complicated Until Now" video is available through
 Tapeworm Video Distributors and wherever books and videos are sold including
 Amazon.com.
 
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    DENVER, April 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Believe it or not, housecleaning can be
 rewarding.  Debi Peterson, a 20-year veteran of housecleaning, says
 housecleaning can help center you.  It can be a
 mind-body-spirit connection.
     Peterson, a consultant to businesses, who is also trained in yoga and
 kinesiology, says that by connecting with your home while cleaning, you will
 find what is clutter and what is not.  Order can take the place of chaos.
 Your home will be a retreat for relaxation.
     She tells it all in her video, "Cleaning Was Complicated Until Now"
 ($19.95; Tapeworm Video Distributors) in bookstores and on-line.
     Peterson says, "Cleaning involves beneficial physical movement.  Much of
 our day is spent sitting, and cleaning can be refreshing."
     For example, Peterson says a client who is a writer vacuums whenever she
 is creatively blocked.  The physical movement unlocks the thought process and
 ideas flow.  She uses the movements of cleaning to exercise the creative
 right-brain.
     You'll enjoy these benefits when cleaning is easy.  Peterson's 38:00 video
 demonstrates in three simple steps how easy the maintenance method of cleaning
 really is.  Following this simple routine saves time and money.  And getting
 the family involved shares the responsibility.
     All the choices of cleaning tools and products is confusing and stressful.
 Peterson recommends products she prefers for efficiency and durability.  She
 says not to bother making cleaning products from common household ingredients.
 Remember, simplify.
     Peterson says that housecleaning is about making your home enjoyable and
 not about doing it perfectly.  With this approach, cleaning can be thought of
 as fun and not as drudgery.
     Peterson's "Cleaning Was Complicated Until Now" video is available through
 Tapeworm Video Distributors and wherever books and videos are sold including
 Amazon.com.
 
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