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The Weekend Guide

eco-me household cleaners!

Turn everyone green with eco-envy

CLEAN
Eco-Me Household Cleansers 
What:
One hundred percent natural sprays, scrubs, soaps, deodorizers, and more ($5-$52) that get the job done using only food-grade ingredients and essential oils. 
Why: Let (products like) Dave, Emily, and Bill do your dirty work. 
Where:
Online at eco-me.com. 

READ
The Perfectly Imperfect Home
What: No one wants to live in a showroom. This tome (from WSJ Magazine’s Deborah Needleman, founding editor-in-chief at Domino) explores everything from the perfect sofa to the quintessential centerpiece, accented with Virginia Johnson’s cheery watercolors. 
Why:
Discover personality chairs, the best lighting, how to make a bed (the quick way and the fancy way), and more. 
Where:
Online at amazon.com ($20). 

POUR
Vitis Launches

What: Cheap wine that’s anything but. Score one to four new vinos per day chosen by two Masters of Wine and one WSET grad at 30-70 percent off. 
Why: Each comes with a recipe and cheese pairing, plus they can protect your bottles in climate-controlled storage and ship when you’re ready to uncork.
Where: Online at vitis.com.

SIP
Gojee Drinks
What: One of our favorite recipe hubs makes imbibing a breeze. Look to 50 of the best booze bloggers to share their secrets, or refine your search by ingredient for the perfect cocktail, smoothie, or punch. 
Why:
Pair your holiday fare with the snowball (eggs, salt, sugar, brandy, and vanilla extract), minted pineapple lime agua fresca, and many more. 
Where:
Online at gojee.com

HANG
Children’s Story Posters
What:
Minimalist, graphic artwork ($21) that celebrates beloved fables (Little Red Riding Hood, Alice in Wonderland, Snow White).
Why:
Group four together and invite all the graphic designers you know over for dinner.  
Where: Online at squareinchdesign.com. 

SEND
Paperless Post
What:
One of the best ways to send green holiday greetings has dropped the price tag. Upload your photos and customize away in the form of card or invitation, gratis. 
Why:
Cards go directly into pals’ inboxes, with nary a pesky click to open. 
Where:
Online at paperlesspost.com

Photo: Courtesy of Eco-Me Household Cleaners