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Laundry Wisdom by Carin Froehlich

Title Laundry Wisdom
Author Carin Froehlich
Publisher iUniverse
Release 2010-01
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 128
ISBN 1440198020
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Finally, a book that presents the facts, dispels the myths, and shows you how to be green without having to compromise yourself and your home. The first book of its kind, this is a book just about the ins and outs of laundry. Carin began to research a greener way of life, not for profit or for business gain but to incorporate it with her most prized job, being a mother, grandmother, and wife. She explores the meaning of green, the fads and the facts, so that anyone can easily make their own decisions about what to do. This book is filled with tips and stories that will give you and your family a new perspective on that never-ending chore called laundry. Her biggest fear is that traditional washing and drying will become obsolete, replaced by overpriced appliances and thoughtless damaging laundry products. She has added laundry to the American Experience, with an alcove of rich stories about generations of laundry and love that she has collected on her journey to reconnect with Mother Nature. Love laundry or hate laundry, this collection of short stories will present you with endless reasons to make laundry a part of your life...and how!

Washing Wisdom by Kenneth John Mills

Title Washing Wisdom
Author Kenneth John Mills
Publisher
Release 1974
Category Laundry
Total Pages 129
ISBN 9780901762191
Language English, Spanish, and French
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West of the Equator by Cheryl Bartlam DuBois

Title West of the Equator
Author Cheryl Bartlam DuBois
Publisher Frederick Fell Publishers
Release 2005-04
Category Fiction
Total Pages 315
ISBN 9780883911297
Language English, Spanish, and French
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West Of The Equator is a satirical account of one man's spiritual journey, as told by his spirit guide, Ian - a well seasoned West Indian merchant sailor who narrates the story of a Chicago stock trader who goes to the West Indies and buys a 75' catamaran to set out in search of Paradise. Instead, he finds a female captain who turns out to be the love of his life, chaos, mayhem, and, eventually, true happiness but only after he faces unbelievable trials and is stripped of everything he owns along the journey. In this humbled state, he discovers that he is, in fact, the island, his life the vessel, and that everything he'd every truly needed had been aboard all along. It is a very funny satirical look at life in Paradise and the Zen of sailing.

Laundry by Cheryl Mendelson

Title Laundry
Author Cheryl Mendelson
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release 2009-11-24
Category House & Home
Total Pages 416
ISBN 1439188564
Language English, Spanish, and French
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For Cheryl Mendelson, laundering is the best part of housekeeping. It’s full of physical pleasures—the look of favorite clothes restored to freshness and beauty, the tactile satisfaction of crisp linens in beautifully folded stacks. Good laundering preserves things you love and protects your pocketbook. It doesn’t take much time or effort. What it takes is knowledge, and Laundry is the comprehensive, entertaining, and inspiring book on the art of laundering. Culled from the bestselling Home Comforts, with revised and updated information and a new introduction, Laundry is an indispensable guide to caring for all the cloth in one’s home: from kitchen rags to bedding, hand-washables, and baby clothes to vintage linens. Mendelson offers detailed guidance on when to disregard labels, removing stains, making environmentally informed choices, sewing, and storing clothing and fabrics. A much-needed antidote to the standard-issue how-to manual, Laundry celebrates the satisfactions of ironing, folding, and caring for clothes and linens. Both pragmatic and eloquent, Mendelson provides beginning and veteran homemakers with a seamless combination of reliable instruction, time-tested advice, and fascinating personal narrative. As a farm girl in Pennsylvania, Mendelson—who is a philosopher, lawyer, and professor, as well as a homemaker, wife, and mother—received a classic domestic education from her grandmothers, aunts, and mother. Laundry combines the best of the traditional lore they taught her with the latest in technical and scientific information. Writing with infectious love and respect for her subject, Mendelson is sure to instill in readers a newfound affection and appreciation for the art of laundering.

International Business 2e by A Aswathappa

Title International Business 2e
Author A Aswathappa
Publisher Tata McGraw-Hill Education
Release 2005-09-01
Category International business enterprises
Total Pages 550
ISBN 9780070597150
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Washing Wisdom by Kenneth John Mills

Title Washing Wisdom
Author Kenneth John Mills
Publisher
Release 1970
Category Laundry
Total Pages 129
ISBN 9780901762061
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Dirty Laundry Secrets by Alene Snodgrass

Title Dirty Laundry Secrets
Author Alene Snodgrass
Publisher Xulon Press
Release 2007-05-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 176
ISBN 160266479X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Snodgrasss heart-lightening and soul-cleansing study is designed to free readers from the stains of life. Each daily lesson can be completed in less than 20 minutes, and the self-tests, checklists, and how-tos can free readers from their spiritual dirty laundry.

Laundry Can Wait by Dorothy Cadet

Title Laundry Can Wait
Author Dorothy Cadet
Publisher Dog Ear Publishing
Release 2010-04
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 208
ISBN 1608444627
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Laundry Can Wait is a straight-talking, no nonsense dialogue between author and reader. On this carefully crafted journey, you'll see how forming visions, goals, and making memories are the keys to a happy life. You are invited to delve in and discover how, as women, we prioritize other things that may be urgent over what matters most: creating a lifetime of memories for you and your family. We get so busy, we forget about creating balance in our roles as women, wives, and moms. You will read stories about "great mommy moments" and other days when there should have been a "do-over" button. Above all else, you will learn how you can be the "Best Mom in the Whole Wide World" for your child! So pull up a chair and know that Laundry Can Wait! Dorothy Cadet has three lovely children (Victoria, Jimmy and Gabriella), and is the wife of an amazing husband, James. Dorothy's diverse background has prepared her for her roles as woman, wife, mother, businesswoman, entrepreneur, teacher, and now, author. Dorothy has devoted nearly twenty years to being a teen and youth mentor and ministry leader. Having worked with the parents of thousands of adolescents and young adults, she discovered her love for women's issues. She has spent five of the last ten years teaching and ministering to women in all environments. This book has been a labor of love for her, and she truly hopes that women are rejuvenated and transformed into the best woman, wife and mother imaginable. Dorothy is working on several other books, so be on the lookout for them in the near future. The website is updated regularly. www.DacBooks.com

Mother Lode by Susan Addison

Title Mother Lode
Author Susan Addison
Publisher Univ. of Queensland Press
Release 2001
Category Family & Relationships
Total Pages 314
ISBN 9780702231919
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A teenage boy is dying of cancer, and his mother cannot save him. But Susan Addison has a strong heart and a gift for words, and the stories she tells her son Charlie sustain them both through his long illness.These are stories of home, of Charlie's young life Before Tumour, of family cakes and the rich housekeeping heritage passed down the generations. They provide a comforting context - and the relief of humour - for the emotionally wrenching stories of life After Tumour.For these are also stories of home deaths. In a decade of loss Susan's parents and parents-in-law also die, but natural deaths at the end of fruitful lives are easier to bear.In writing of Charlie and his grandparents, Susan Addison draws on the rich mother lode of our common human experience of love, loss and grief. Her inspiring stories help us view death as an acceptable part of living, where memories and pain are shared, and laughter is never far away.

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