Spring Cleaning for the Heart and Home: Day 10

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Good morning! It’s Friday and the week has come to an end. How do you think things went this week? Is your home feeling fresher? Today’s lesson is all about laundry! Have fun! Oh, and remember, we’ll meet back here Monday morning to continue the Spring Clean Challenge!

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    Kym says

    My mom used to hang clothes on the clothes line when I was little. It brings back great memories of playing in sweet smelling sheets and t-shirts blowing in the wind! I currently live in an apartment and I don’t have the luxury of having a line. I would love for my kids to have memories similar to mine. It makes laundry feel more pleasurable. I personally do not like the folding, but I will sort, load and switch laundry all day! I have to fold it directly out of the dryer to stay motivated.

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    Amazing Grace says

    In my home, I find it suits us better to do laundry each day too. There are six people in our household, we live in a warm climate , and although I have tried Monday Laundry Day, it doesn’t work out terribly well for us!
    I line-dry all laundry, and do 3 loads each day, 6 days a week. If there’s something on,or we are away from home, I play catch-up!
    As you advise us here Melissa, I agree that the key to getting control of the “Laundry Monster” is to be consistent, and put away all dry laundry as soon as possible. I don’t have the luxury of a laundry- room yet, though we are moving shortly to our new home which does! Praise God!

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