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The Minimalist Cleaning Method Expanded Edition: How to Clean Your Home With a Minimum of Money, Supplies and Time Paperback – August 28, 2012
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About the Author
Annie Jean Brewer is a frugal living expert who combines minimalism with frugality to live the life of her dreams. She has been writing since she was old enough to put pencil to paper and started living on less when she left her husband around 2001. Her mastery of the subject enables her to live on her writing income so that she can be a stay-at-home single mother for her youngest child. It is her desire to help others through the written word. She plans to write until her fingers fall off and then write some more. She currently resides in Central Kentucky with her youngest daughter and a menagerie of pets. Her days are spent writing books, working on her blog Annienygma.com, reading copiously and chatting online with her family, friends and fans.
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as noted it was a quick read, but i found it quite helpful.
If I must express a negative, it is only to ask if the author could expand her researches a little more and give us British names for those soaps and other cleaner ingredients.