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Zarah Eads

‘Cleaning is Caring’ with GreenEarth

“Cleaning is Caring”—that’s the overarching message of the American Cleaning Institute’s (ACI) recently launched campaign, which advocates that good cleaning habits ensure a healthy and safe future for everyone.  In a new survey conducted on behalf of the organization, 70%

Hello Spring, Or Should We Say Patio Cushion Cleaning Season

The days are growing longer, the temperatures are inching higher, and the flowers are blooming—spring is officially here! That also means it’s patio cushion cleaning time! After a long, cold winter, getting outside, soaking up the sun, and breathing in

Earth Day Clothes Drive 2021

Here at GreenEarth Cleaning, we’ve long championed that every day be celebrated like it’s Earth Day. So it’s only fitting that when the planet-loving holiday does officially roll around, we make a pretty big to-do about it. In 2019, we

Fall Wardrobe — The Pumpkin Latte Of Fashion

Call me cliché, but fall is my favorite time of year. The leaves turn from green to gold, the air gets crisper, and the layers come out. Admittedly, the fall wardrobe transition might be the biggest reason I’m so fond

Work from Home in Style—Look the Part

PSA: Staying in your PJs all day isn’t the most motivating work from home attire. Pajamas and bed are typically associated with one another, and when you’re wearing the same clothes you slept in, your brain will stay in that

A Touch Of Green On Valentine’s Day

Red hearts, red roses, chocolates with red decorations— the deep hue is everywhere you look this time of year. But there’s still room for a touch of green to your Valentine’s Day plans! Read on for our tips on celebrating

Bright Eyes On Clean 2019

Up until last month, I’d spent close to two years at GreenEarth learning about the Clean Show and how it’s an opportunity to both meet fresh faces in the industry as well as reconnect with our Network. After all, in

20 Years of Collaboration

I’ve wanted to be a writer in some capacity for as long as I can remember. When I was probably no more than 5 or 6, I would write poems and songs and perform them for my parents. In high