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LA officials don’t want Bob Hope’s daughter to demolish his former home
On Friday, as the LA Times reports, Linda Hope, daughter of Hollywood legend Bob Hope, received a demolition inspection permit for the comedian’s longtime residence in Toluca Lake, CA . The permit would begin a process that could lead to the home’s eventual teardown in spite of it’s close association with the actor and comedian. Click on Curbed Los Angeles and LA Times for all of the details.
November 1st, 2016
Spending more time indoors in the colder months means more cleaning
Three Steps to a Cleaner Home
It’s a never-ending chore, tasks that must be done each day, each week, each month, each year…
That’s right — keeping your house nice and clean and healthy for your family.
Keeping your home clean is much easier if you have an easy-to-keep schedule, especially if you concentrate on “preventative maintenance.” If you think ahead and plan your cleaning tasks appropriately, you will find you aren’t stuck an entire weekend playing catch-up with house cleaning chores.
Here are a few tips to an always-clean home.
#1: Keep the dirt outside
Be sure to have quality welcome/walk-off mats outside your front door and any other entry door you frequently use. A small — but polite — sign that asks visitors to remove their shoes is a huge step to keeping dirt and grime outside (or at least at the front door.)
#2: Stop the stacking
In the kitchen, that is. It’s easy to let dishes and other mealtime items to pile and stack up, with dirty dishes slowly taking over the kitchen sink and nearby countertops. Instead, make it a habit that after mealtimes or snacks that everything is washed, cleaned and put away immediately. If you use it, you clean it.
#3: Team effort
It can be challenging, especially when everyone is running all over the place trying to get to work and school, but if the entire family pitches in and spends just a few minutes on making beds, tidying up bedrooms, cleaning up after themselves, first thing in the morning… then the house is much cleaner for the entire day. In addition, plan a short amount of time each week where the family all works together to “speed clean” the home, picking up and putting away items laying around, dusting, vacuuming, sweeping and more.