“If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always gotten.” Author Unknown Organization requires changing habits and changing the way you feel about your “stuff.” Start with small changes. What is one change are you going to make today to become better organized? Please share in the comments section.
Do your socks lose their mate? Do you spend a lot of time sorting clean socks for your family members? Assign each family member a zippered lingerie bag for their socks. Write their names on the bag with a laundry marker or a permanent marker. Each person will now be responsible for matching up own… [Read More]
It sure isn’t fancy or complicated but it works for me. This is my basement laundry area. Instead of piling dirty clothing on the dirty floor, I sort it into baskets according to the load category. Lights, darks, jeans, sheets, and bleached items. When a basket is full, the clothing go into the washing machine…. [Read More]
I taught our teenage daughter how to do her laundry when she was 12 years old. Until then, she had to rely on me for clean clothing. I wasn’t totally reliable, meaning the article she wanted to wear wasn’t clean when she wanted to wear it. You may have been hesitate to teach your children,… [Read More]
What do you do with your clothing that you’ve worn only once? It’s not dirty enough to wash, yet you don’t want it mix it up with really clean clothing. So where does it end up? On the floor? Over a chair or hanging from your treadmill? Maybe they end up in the dirty laundry… [Read More]