The most important factor in the magic number AND capsule wardrobe is that everything you own, when washed, needs to fit in the space you have. If you have drawers fit to bursting, you can’t put anything away. Once you’ve pared down to what you need, make sure everything has a place where it fits. Each individual system will look different, but knowing what you have, what you need, and what fits (in your closet and your life), is a major step in getting the piles of laundry under control.Read More
Then I learned that all I needed to do was find an etsy shop, give them all of my money, and a few days later I’d have fancy custom vinyl labels to adhere to my containers and bins. A couple of years later, I found my addiction to labels on etsy becoming more expensive than actually owning a machine. Which led to me finally allowing my mother-in-law to purchase a cricut for me (birthday present) which she has been begging to do forever. After which I promptly attached vinyl labels to everything in the house.Read More
Neighbor: I have to ask, what are you building there?
Me: (wearing a face mask for non-pandemic reasons) Cemetery Pillars
Neighbor: For what?
Me: The Graveyard
Neighbor: … (this is where I remember it is currently August)
Me: For the Halloween Graveyard that we set up for Halloween (wildly gesticulating to the location of the graveyard in previous years)?
Neighbor: OOhhh! That makes sense.Read More
I don’t mind doing laundry. I don’t hate it, I don’t love it, I just don’t mind it. Sorting clothes, running the washer and dryer, hanging things up and putting them away are all things that I can clip through in under 10 minutes. The parts I mind are the things that take longer; folding, […]Read More