Real People, REAL IMPACT

As we are experiencing the social distancing our lives have changed more than ever. We use to be able to leave and go to work, to school and see friends. This has been a scary moment but I think we are working on improving the quality of life.

How has your family life changed?

Cleaning the house has become more and more difficult but I made a promise to eliminate toxins and chemicals since we are home 24-7. Everyday we inhale harmful chemicals inside our homes from indoor air pollution and dust, as well as from chemical cleaners,, fabric softeners and dryer sheets.

I was so nervous about my son catching the C19 because of his asthma and needed to cleanse his enviroment.

I searched high and wide for chemical free products in our supplies and had no luck. I got suggestions from friends and family but then I found Norwex.

Cleaning the surfaces in your home quickly and without harmful chemicals can be challenging. So I started with the microfiber cloths which cleaned the dirtiest surfaces using only water and removed up to 99% of bacteria with only water. Hallelujah!

I needed a safe and effective product that could remove all kinds of stains plus deeply embedded dirt and grime from multiple surfaces. You know how that goes- bathroom sinks, baths, toilets etc..

I quickly started with the cleaning paste “elbow grease in a jar” with my damp enviroCloth to remove rust stains, hard water stains, scuff marks, permanent marker, dirt, grime, soap scum and so much more from a variety of surfaces!

My daughter decided to paint on my kitchen walls and I was so upset. If it wasn’t bad enough to be stuck in a house I had to figure out how I can fix the walls. This cleaning paste saved our walls that day. Are there any people in your life who might need a little elbow grease in their homes?

As far as my kids rooms, I needed to find something to help with dust buildup that could cause respiratory health issues and not use chemicals. I started giving each kid a dusting mitt because it would be fun to get them involved and busy. The static charge attracts dust like a magnet. They slipped the mitt on and and they started dusting from anywhere that would have fingerprints.

The best part is Norwex turned into a business for myself and my family. This has helped us grow as a family and cultivate personal relationships. I joined Norwex because I fell in love with this new way to clean without chemicals. What I love most is helping others with worry-free living and making a difference for other families.

The reason I’m excited to invite you to consider joining me in Norwex is I really think Norwex will be a great fit for you and will give you more time with your family. I now have a business that allows me to make a difference in others lives.

Everyone be safe

Maria Zucchero

Bellame and Maria Chicago Beauty

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Science and Beauty become luxury!

Do you use injectables? How much is too much? or too little?

Injectables good for you?

Generally speaking, a neurotransmitter is a chemical used for neuron to neuron communication, whereas a neuromodulator is a chemical that affects the neurotransmission of a whole group of neurons.

Neurotoxins can be injected into the face to fight against gravity and prevent the skin from sagging. It also slows down the process that makes the creases that form around the muscles in the face become permanent. Botox® used to be the most popular injectable toxin but there is a new treatment in town called Jeuveau™.

Jeuveau™ is also a neurotoxin like Botox® and it can be injected in between the eyebrows or at the corners of the eyes to stop the natural muscle contractions that form the wrinkles. It can also prevent new lines from forming and smooth out the old ones which could potentially deepen with time.

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You probably get questions regarding the difference between the brands. Botox is approved for treating forehead lines and crow’s feet in addition to glabellar lines. Dysport is approved only for glabellar lines. The procedure involving Botox is like that of Dysportundefined

The moral of the story is when will we be able to get our injectables again? I don’t know about you but I do not want to get this new vaccine! I really want the scientist to send me peer studies and case studies before I even attempt to put a virus in me.

My money is on aesthetics and I will keep you updated on the news with our time to get back to our ways!

Stay Tuned!

Maria Zucchero

@MariaChicagoNative

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Mom tips on how to “Get it Together!”

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Ways Mom keep it together

I don’t know about you but getting ready in the morning has been a task. There’s never enought time to get everything done, let alone done well. Meanwhile, you’re tripping on toys and clothes because you never have time to organize it.

My family is always counting on me which puts the pressure on to make sure its all Perfect! What is Perfect? In my home, it means grocery shopping to scrubbing floors. Do you ever feel you are always on call? I do! Between the dirty dishes, messy clothes and oh yes my full-time job…I am ALWAYS ON!

Let’s see how I get my regular to-do list together so I can spend time with my family.

Stay on schedule (MUST)

  • Limit email and computer time. While I am a full-time working mom I try not to use my computer or email after I come home. This is very hard to do since the demands of my job require me to be on top of it all. After 5pm I try to limit my work and focus on my family. This may include cooking, chores and cleaning up with my kids.
  • Do all of your errands one day a week. This is the most efficient route I take which is done usually on a Saturday.
  • Use a Master calendar on family share on your phone or planner. I always add the appointments and activities with reminders to all my family.
  • Schedule your child’s doctor’s appointments for the first thing in the morning. This is the best time so their isn’t a long wait.

Get it together

  • Stop the insanity looking for things around the house. Keep duplicates in rooms with items you use often for instance baby wipes, scissors, and hand sanitizer.
  • Create a family work station. This way you set up files for coupons and menus of your favorite places.  Set up a box or file for bills and pay them online to avoid the need for stamps and envelopes. VERY important to stay organized when you feel lost!!!
  • Organize your favorite parenting information. This way you can find them quickly and have them handy. I always place my printouts in page protectors and organize them in a three-ring binder. Or go paperless and save everything on your computer.
  • Label containers for “trash,” “donate” or “consign”. You can keep them in the garage or storage closet to routinely rid your house of clutter.

Clear the clutter

  • Store your child’s outgrown clothes and toys in plastic bins. This way it will be easier to identify when labeling them by age group. Attach labels such as “0 to 3 months,” “6 to 9 months,” “9 to 12 month,” and so on. Once they grow out of the size, easily store the clothes, loan them to a friend, or take them to a consignment shop.
  • Label shelves in the linen closet. This way the family knows where to store items like beach towels, sheets, toilet paper, etc.
  • Open your mail near a trash can. This helps with clutter in the kitchen and junk mail gets thrown out immediately.

Mom tips on how to “Get it Together!”

IMG_4958

Ways Mom keep it together

I don’t know about you but getting ready in the morning has been a task. There’s never enought time to get everything done, let alone done well. Meanwhile, you’re tripping on toys and clothes because you never have time to organize it.

My family is always counting on me which puts the pressure on to make sure its all Perfect! What is Perfect? In my home, it means grocery shopping to scrubbing floors. Do you ever feel you are always on call? I do! Between the dirty dishes, messy clothes and oh yes my full-time job…I am ALWAYS ON!

Let’s see how I get my regular to-do list together so I can spend time with my family.

Stay on schedule (MUST)

  • Limit email and computer time. While I am a full-time working mom I try not to use my computer or email after I come home. This is very hard to do since the demands of my job require me to be on top of it all. After 5pm I try to limit my work and focus on my family. This may include cooking, chores and cleaning up with my kids.
  • Do all of your errands one day a week. This is the most efficient route I take which is done usually on a Saturday.
  • Use a Master calendar on family share on your phone or planner. I always add the appointments and activities with reminders to all my family.
  • Schedule your child’s doctor’s appointments for the first thing in the morning. This is the best time so their isn’t a long wait.

Get it together

  • Stop the insanity looking for things around the house. Keep duplicates in rooms with items you use often for instance baby wipes, scissors, and hand sanitizer.
  • Create a family work station. This way you set up files for coupons and menus of your favorite places.  Set up a box or file for bills and pay them online to avoid the need for stamps and envelopes. VERY important to stay organized when you feel lost!!!
  • Organize your favorite parenting information. This way you can find them quickly and have them handy. I always place my printouts in page protectors and organize them in a three-ring binder. Or go paperless and save everything on your computer.
  • Label containers for “trash,” “donate” or “consign”. You can keep them in the garage or storage closet to routinely rid your house of clutter.

Clear the clutter

  • Store your child’s outgrown clothes and toys in plastic bins. This way it will be easier to identify when labeling them by age group. Attach labels such as “0 to 3 months,” “6 to 9 months,” “9 to 12 month,” and so on. Once they grow out of the size, easily store the clothes, loan them to a friend, or take them to a consignment shop.
  • Label shelves in the linen closet. This way the family knows where to store items like beach towels, sheets, toilet paper, etc.
  • Open your mail near a trash can. This helps with clutter in the kitchen and junk mail gets thrown out immediately.