Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Laundry Room Run Down


In my family, we use two different laundry soaps—one for my sensitive skin, the other for heavier washes and stained clothing. Now, of course I’m going to immediately complicate things, but if you’ve been following me for very long, you might have an inkling about what I might suggest here. YES. Bins. They are really your best organizing tool on most fronts. Here are my suggestions for all of the fancy laundry items that you want to look great and function well:

So, first off, laundry pods are definitely the way to go. You avoid the mess of powder and liquid and they work remarkably well. I put my two separate laundry pods in bins with labels. It makes your laundry loads so much easier to organize and they look great stowed away in cute bins or baskets.




Here’s my next bin suggestion—get a cute bin for all of your small laundry necessities. Mine includes Shout packs for nasty stains with a toothbrush to scrub, a Tide stick, lint roller, and a lingerie wash bag. What else do you keep as an absolute laundry survival tool? Add it to the bin along with anything else that needs a home and follows suit.






Get a jar for that extra money that comes falling out of your family’s pockets. Someone should be collecting from all the hard work! Follow my mom’s rule—you leave it, it’s hers! Even if the change doesn’t land in your wallet, there are lots of helpful things to save for. The jar is just a nice place to keep it.



Remember to leave your comments below. Oh, and don’t forget to catch my guest post on Very Jane. It’s one of my favorite online spots right now and I give some great tips on organization that take only 10, 30, and 60 minutes each week!

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