If you have two or more sizes of clothing and you fluctuate in weight, do not keep them mixed in together. Try and remove what you are not wearing to another closet or at least to the back and more inaccessible areas of your closet. Utilize underbed storage for these items or for maternity wear that is not currently in use. This is another good space to store sweaters or winter items which are not in use much of the year. And as far as that ironing pile is concerned, if you pull things out of the dryer and hang them right away much of it can be reduced or eliminated. You might also think about purchasing a steamer which seems to work quite well. May not be really exciting, but perhaps this would be a good gift to ask for or to give a friend in need of some relief or even as a gift to a graduating senior from high school or college.
Clothing and laundry is such an integral part of our daily lives. We spend a lot of money on the purchase of our clothes. When you implement a laundry system you take care of your investment and get good use out of it. You can also eventually teach your children how to do their own laundry so they can help the family while young, and then take care of themselves as college students, young adults and future homeowners. It is not just getting things washed that counts, but rather getting it washed, dried, folded or hung and put away! This is the complete laundry cycle. Try it and see if life doesn’t get a whole lot less cluttered and stressful with more space and a sense of peace and order established.
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