Overview for 1000 Plus Household Hints
You pride yourself in being a great home-maker.But often you get bogged down by small problems like moss on the kitchen floor, coffee-stains on the shirt, termite on the new wood-work! This book endeavours to provide easy solutions to common household problems that crop up from time to time. Designed for the young home makers to help them with the running of the household efficiently, it contains more than a 1000 tips on various aspects of home-management. The wealth of this information is sure to come in handy to the readers. Learn how to: * get back sparkle on your utensils * eliminate eggy smellin cakes * demoth your woollens the natural way * light up your interiors * get the gloss back on your diamonds and pearls. Also find tips here on Cleaning, Gadgets, Economy, Recycling(salads/raitas/dals/chapatis/sweets), Storing etc. So get ready to streamline your housekeeping yourself and your family with clinical efficiency.
Tanushree Podder (Author)
Tanushree Podder, a management graduate, has specialised in Labour Law and Human Resource. She has debbled in varied fields like beauty, education, Reiki, Vipassana, pranic healing and Yoga. Lately, she has been studying the various alternative therapies used in India and abroad. Tanushree has been writing for the past twenty-eight years. Her writings have been published in almost all leading newspapers and magazines in the country, some of which are The Times of India, the Hindustan Times, the Indian Express, the Deccan Herald, The Hindu, the Femina, the Week, the Outlook Traveller, the Eve's Weekly, the Savvy, the Society, the New Woman, the Woman's Era, the Health and Beauty, etc. She has been writing on diverse subjects ranging from travel, fiction, health and fitness, sprituality, beauty and relationships. She has worked for Larsen and Toubro Limited and Magna Publishing Co., besides setting up a woman's portal called evetimes. com in which she was an editor and content manager. She is also involved with India Development Foundation and Asha, which are two bodies that serve the society. Besides her involvement in social work, she is often invited to speak at various seminars on social issues. Tanushree has widely travelled all around the country with her husband who is an army officer and has contributed travelouges for various publications. She visited Switzerland and Malaysia on invitation of the respective tourism boards. She has written fourteen books on various subjects like alternative therapies, health, fitness, relationships, management and nutrition. Tanushree's interests vary from music to reading, traveling, and community work.