Your answers to these two questions will help you determine if you’re on track to reaching your goals and enable you to make an action plan that will get you there.
I first discovered the joys of laundry gloop when I was pregnant with my first child, back in 2003, and was starting to look for ways to reduce our household’s exposure to artificial substances that could potentially harm my newborn, plus saving money as I was about to go on maternity leave.
I planned to use washable nappies so I knew washing could become a major household expense if I didn’t find a viable alternative!
The wealth disparity is constantly growing. Wouldn’t it be nice to be on the other end of the spectrum for a change?
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