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How to Make Money Blogging

How to Make Money Blogging


I know this isn’t my norm at all.

But a quick question on Facebook asking who would be interested in how I make money blogging while still managing life as a busy homemaker was met with an overwhelming response!


So here’s what I’m doing.  I’m offering this free report on some of the best ways I’ve found to earn money blogging.  When you download the report you’ll be added to an email list where I’ll be sending out blogging info from time to time.  If you want to know about blogging, get on this list!

I will never (at least I have no plans to) post about blogging stuff on this blog hereafter.  That’s not the purpose of this blog.


You can also join the Facebook group I’ve just created: The Busy Homemaker’s Guide to Blogging for Profit.  (It’s brand new at the time I’m posting it, so please come join me!  I’ll be sharing the best time-saving, money-earning tips for you. It’s also a place where you can come discuss your questions with other bloggers who are trying to earn an income while keeping their homes and families first.)


To get your free report and get on the blogging email list, simply enter your info below.  The download will come to your inbox.  (Be sure to check your spam folder if you don’t see it.)

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Natural Cleaning With Norwex (Christmas Gift Guide)

Today I’m reviewing another product that was sent in for the Christmas Gift GuideBe sure to check out all the ideas there!  You’ll find plenty of ideas that will interest you as well as help to support some of your fellow homemakers.


If you’re trying to remove toxins from your home, a good place to start is with your cleaning supplies.  Many of them contain hormone-disrupting chemicals that are not good for you or kids to be breathing.

An extremely simple way to get started switching to natural cleaning products is to use Norwex products.  I was sent the household package to try out, which includes an Envirocloth, a Window Cloth, and a Dusting Mitt.


This package gives everything you need for most of the common cleaning you would do.

When using Norwex cloths, all you do is add water to the cloth and clean like you normally would.  The specially-made fibers attract and trap dirt much more effectively than a regular cloth does.  The cloth can hold up to seven times it weight (in other words you can clean a very dirty surface without having to rinse your rag!)  Antibacterial silver woven into the fibers inhibits bacterial odor, mold, and/or mildew growth within the cloth.  Your cleaning cloths will not get nasty and have to be thrown away like a regular rag would.

I enjoyed using the dusting mitt to clean my ceiling fans.  It made the job much easier since my hand was completely encased in the cloth.

My kids had a little different idea.  They decided to clean the bathroom floor with it.  At least they tried to be helpful, right?

Norwex Dusting Mitt


My favorite item by far, though, is the window cloth.

I absolutely love how well the window cloth cleans glass.  All you need is water, and there are no streaks!

I can wet the rag and turn my kids loose to go wash windows without worrying about letting them use window cleaner or whether there will be streaks all over the window!

norwex window cloth

My mother-in-law bought me something very similar for Christmas several years ago, and I loved it!  If you’re Christmas shopping for other ladies you know, I am sure any homemaker would be grateful for anything that will make her job easier.

If you’re interested in finding out more about Norwex products, you can connect with Michelle Morgan on Facebook, and she will be happy to answer any questions that you have!

I’m looking forward to exploring some of the other products Norwex offers.  They have a large selection of non-toxic cleaning products as well as personal care products.


Which product would you want to try first?


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