06 November 2007

Choice Goods

I've decided Wednesdays are for posting things that I have found that I love. Things that make my life easier, happier, funner, whatever. (Yes, I know 'funner' isn't a word, but I'm working hard to make it so.)

Today my first "Choice Good" is Mrs. Meyers Clean Day All Purpose Cleaner. I love it. They use naturally derived ingredients as much as possible and their products are environmentally friendly and cruelty-free. But my favorite part is that it is aromatherapeutic. Sure, I want my cleaner to work good (and this does) but how much better is life when it smells rockin'?!

There are three fragrance choices for the All Purpose Cleaner: Lavender, Lemon Verbena and Geranium. They also have seasonals. Since it's starting into the holidays, Gingerbread is available! Delicious! (disclaimer: Mrs. Meyer's products are not intended for consumption.)

I currently have lemon verbena. You know how lemon is associated with clean? Well, this has a lemony aroma that rises to the next level. I spray it and mmmmmm...life is good. My favorite of all time is the spring seasonal Sweet Pea.

A little bit of advice: The fragrances are a bit strong, so don't wash your dining table with this stuff just prior to eating. Unless you want your mashed potatoes to taste like you added geraniums to the bowl.

Mrs. Meyers Clean Day All Purpose Cleaner. Don't have it? Get some!

p.s. Here's a shout out to my home slice Mej for turning me onto this stuff in the first place. Peace!


bethany canfield said...

where do you get it??

Tricia Potter said...

fred meyer, co-op, it tends to be in "health food" sections

bethany canfield said...

soooo..i need your email address to add you to the list of authors for the PP and BBs blogs....not sure how you want me to get it, but blogger wants me to enter your email address.

bethany canfield said...

email me your address to: bethany.canfield@gmail.com
i want to get you on the list to post for the blogs!!! where are you in the book??

tyler said...

great job on the blogs.

How is corvallis


tricia said...

cold, gray and wet