Writing for the San Francisco Chronicle's Home Section about cleaning problems and solutions, home design innovations, and maintenance quick-fixes, I was privileged to be able to ask the 'dumb' questions we all want to ask of the home cleaning and organizing experts.
I heard it all from some of the cleaning and organizing industry's top experts - and frequently, those experts' opinions differed. Being naturally curious as I am, I went home and put the experts' various strategies and techniques to the test to find out who knew their stuff.
Often, I found a combination of the experts' techniques to be the most effective solution. The result: I learned quite a bit from the hands-on testing of the various experts' advice, and two new monthly newspaper columns were born: "Coming Clean" and "Quick Fixes."
"Coming Clean" was among the Home Section's most popular columns. "Mrs. Clean Jeans' Housekeeping with Kids" quickly followed my first book, "Simplify Your Household."
I live, write, and continue to explore cleaning and organizing tips, techniques, and strategies in Los Angeles, California. My never-ending quest for effective cleaning, organizing, and laundry techniques, strategies provides plenty of continuing fodder for this blog.
My goals remain the same: to have a clean, organized, home and life so that I can enjoy life outside it with my family and friends as often as possible.
In the ensuing years, I've been asked to share my cleaning, organizing, and family life strategies on news and feature programs across the U.S. I've posted a few of them below, the most recent of which is from March 2019 in New York City.
View additional television appearances here.