Staying on Top of that Pile

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Do you feel like your laundry is eating you alive?

I understand your pain, completely!

I get so envious of my pastor and his wife, for having an amazing lady from our church who comes once a week to keep their laundry under control.  Now don’t get me wrong, I think its amazing for them since they are so busy at the church day after day, but golly wally, sometimes I wish I had a laundry fairy myself!

I don’t mind the sorting, I don’t even mind the washing, but it’s the drying, folding and putting away I hate! Yuck!

And I was so tired of having a pile of clothes ready to be folded and put away in my living room every night.  Our living room is our relax zone.  The place we all hang out together in, watching movies or t.v. and playing games.  Not to be looking at the mountain of clothes staring me down!

That is why I come up with my laundry system and I wanted to share with you to help with Staying on Top of that Pile.

It’s super simple and I hope you can adopt at least the concept of the system to help your homestead run more smoothly with this day by day schedule of washing to keep a handle on your laundry.

I know, I know, not all families have the same clothes to wash.  But that’s what is so perfect about this system, you can adjust to meet your families needs.   Now there will be no rushing to catch up on laundry at the end of the week.  You can wash, dry, fold/hang all in the same day for “Staying on Top of that Pile”.

Doesn’t washing 1-2 loads a day seem less daunting than 7-8 on a Saturday?  It does to me for sure.  Who wants to be stuck inside all Saturday washing, drying, folding and hanging laundry!

Do you have a laundry system or schedule?  If so I would love to hear about it.

And if you missed my Homemade Laundry Soap Tutorial, you can catch it here.

 

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7 thoughts on “Staying on Top of that Pile

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