I’m so excited to have another success story to share with you! Anne e-mailed in about her laundry situation a couple of weeks ago, and after following some of the tips I suggested, she’s tamed her laundry monster!
Here’s what Anne had to say:
“I’ve attached a photo of the clothes that I cleaned out of my closet and storage bins today. The large pile on the left is going to a local thrift store that supports individuals with developmental disabilities, and the pile on the right are socks that I threw out. Thanks for the advice on getting rid of clothes, I’m so glad I did this and I’m so excited to be able to bless the DD ministry with some nice things! Thanks so much!” – Anne
Then Anne e-mailed in a few days later to share about her new maintenance system:
“I bought two $3 over-the-door hooks for the laundry room to hang wet washcloths and rags so that they’re not trying to dry wherever there’s room. I’m also keeping dirty laundry in the laundry room in stacked baskets instead of letting in creep all over the floor.
“I’ve made it a priority to do laundry before anything else after I put my daughter down for her nap. I have to make sure I bring her hamper out of her room beforehand so that I don’t have the excuse that I can’t get her clothes out of there. This has made a huge difference in the amount of dirty laundry around the home.
“I organized the clothes in my closet, my dresser drawers, and my daughter’s dresser drawers to make sure everything has a place. Semi-clean clothing goes back with clean clothing instead of on the bookshelf.” – Anne
Anne, your laundry organization looks fantastic – thanks so much for sharing your success story with us! Your gift card is on its way 🙂
PS Don’t forget that if you submit your own mess by October 30th, you’ll receive a free copy of Chaos to Clutter-Free, plus you’ll be entered into a drawing to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card! Details and submission information are here.