When searching for a new job, what do you look for? Manageable hours? Competitive salary? A company culture you vibe with?
Of course you do – everybody looks for these things. But the criteria for an ideal job – or even just a feasible job – is slightly more complicated for many women. Charged with the tasks of working AND raising a family, it can be extremely difficult to find a job that works. Many women have to hire extra help, and if that isn’t possible, they have to leave work altogether.
So what’s a lady to do? Well, we see two options: start your own business, or find a holy-grail-unicorn-type job that makes it possible to (prepare yourself for a terrible cliché) “have it all.” Here’s a spoiler alert: our long-term mission is to make female entrepreneurship more accessible and possible than ever. But before we can get there, we‘re starting with offering jobs that allow women to work and take care of their families. I guess you could call us the keepers of the holy grail.
Here are some things we offer:
Competitive pay that is well above the industry average – we believe that everyone deserves to be compensated well for the work that they do.
Family-friendly hours – work ends at 4 so that our employees can be home when their kids get back from school. Despite many requests from our lovely customers, we are also not open on the weekends to allow for family time.1
Opportunities to move up – Promotions are common and encouraged at HPH We love seeing our employees grow.
And guess what? We’re hiring! We’re looking for everything from housekeepers to managers to social media strategists, so if you’ve got talent, please reach out at our jobs page. We’d love to have you
Happy New Year really hits different this year, doesn’t it? While we’re all thrilled to put this year behind us and move forward into a hopeful 2021, we can’t really move forward until we assess last night’s damage – we’re talking about the stains, spots, and sticky-icky that comes as a biproduct of a celebratory New Year’s Eve. Is a champagne toast really done right if there isn’t at least a little splash on the floor? We don’t think so. Read on to find out how to get any alcohol out of any surface.
How to clean red wine from the couch
The most common culprit of all. Here are the steps:
- Immediacy is key. Always have a white towel on hand to put over a spill as soon as it happens. This will help prevent more liquid from seeping in.
- Check your laundry cabinet. Stain remover is your friend here, but make sure there’s not bleach in it. If you don’t have stain remover we recommend using a bit of laundry soap.
- Grab a damp microfiber cloth and gently press the stain remover or laundry soap into the stain. Let it sit for a bit – 5 minutes should be sufficient.
- With a fresh rag, blot up the stain gently. This is especially important as you don’t want to rub the wine deeper into the upholstery.
How to clean vodka from the carpet
- Same rule as above – immediacy is key. Grab your white cloth and blot. Then tackle the smell.
- Laundry detergent will do the trick. Double check and make sure there isn’t any bleach in it or prepare to wreck your rug. Put a small amount on a damp microfiber cloth and press it in to the stain.
- Let it sit for about 5-10 minutes to do some work before rinsing your cloth and pressing again, this time with the goal of picking up any residual detergent and the smell that comes with it.
- Make sure you are blotting, not rubbing. You don’t want to spread the stain out.
- You may have to repeat this process multiple times to really eliminate the smell. Patience, young grasshopper.
How to clean champagne from bed linens
- Guess what? Immediacy is still key. Don’t leave your sheets in the hamper for three days or you can get used to those stains.
- Freeze! Before reading any of these steps, be sure to check for any specific instructions for your particular bed linens. While this might seem silly, if you have any sort of specialty or high end linens, your instructions may be different.
- This is ESPECIALLY true if you’re thinking about using bleach! Bleach will ruin nice sheets.
- Instead of bleach, opt for laundry soap that is effective and good for you. We love Seventh Generation laundry detergent in lavender scent. It’s the #1 pick from our founder because it smells great and doesn’t include any ingredients that will irritate your skin or ruin your linens.
- Any other laundry soap will work fine too. Next time you’re at the store, consider Seventh Generation as a healthier and more sustainable option.
Hopefully, these tips make your NYE cleanup a little easier and a lot less stressful. If you love these tips, we’ve got more for you. Check out our easy online course, How To Clean Your House, for more step-by-step walkthroughs on your most pressing cleaning questions.