My first interview! | With Green Cleaning Coach Leslie Reichert | Green Cleaning

I had my first interview with Leslie Reichert the Green Cleaning Coach! It was so fun to share my story! I talked about cooking squash flowers and making peppermint spider spray!

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I hope you’ll listen and check out her website! Leslie Reichert, “The Cleaning Coach”, is a nationally-recognized green homekeeping expert dedicated to educating people on keeping their homes, schools and work areas “green”.

From obvious dangers like toxic chemicals under the sink to hidden hazards that can be found in the office, Leslie helps teach simple steps to keeping families and pets safe from hidden toxins and health risks.

Leslie Reichert’s mission is to teach and encourage others in the “art” of green homekeeping.

She has a book called the “Joy of Green Cleaning” I just bought on amazon for my kindle easy peasy!

Make sure you check out the Green Cleaning Coach Making cleaning fun, fast, green, and totally clean!

8 thoughts on “My first interview! | With Green Cleaning Coach Leslie Reichert | Green Cleaning

  1. This is great!! My girlfriend has been getting me on board as well. Have you read the book The 100 Year Lie? It basically discusses the old adage of “better living through chemistry” and how its been slowly killing us.


  2. Thanks for sharing extremely good informations. Your web-site is really cool.
    I’m pleased by the details that you have on this site.

    It shows how nicely you perceive this subject. Bookmarked this web site, will keep
    coming back for more posts. You, my pal, ROCK!


    • I just found this in the spammed folder. Thank you soooooo much! That’s very sweet and makes me feel so good you enjoy it! I’m glad you like the details it inspires me to keep going. I’ve been really busy working more then full time this summer so my show notes have fallen a little behind but hopefully I’ll get caught up real soon here! If there is anything we can do to help with your garden journey let us know!


  3. I have been to Adelaide noticed the btaueiful gardens but have no recollection of the types of flowers I saw. However, their climate is much the same as ours here in NSW, so I suggest you go for lots of natives such as grevillias, banksias, etc. Also roses hydrangeas, agapanthus, any kind of annual or perennial you see in the plant nurseries.Also, take note of what’s growing well in your neighbourhood.


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