Cleaned Out

In this, the final stretch before Passover, a time of year in which many Jewish families scrub their homes from top to bottom to rid them of any little drop of chametz (unleavened bread), I couldn’t resist the temptation to post a link to a recent article by Jessica Grose in The New Republic entitled Cleaning: The Final Feminist Frontier.

The article discusses how it is that women are still the ones doing to brunt of the household cleaning.

And then there are those of us who take the whole Pesach cleaning thing way too seriously:

Happy holiday to one and all.

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