|Summer Laundry |
Successful Time Saving Tips
Mount Washmore. The Laundry Monster. Laundry Mountain.
Whatever you call it, laundry is the arch-nemisis of many a household, particularly that of large families. You don't have to do to the math to figure what a week's worth of laundry looks like for an average family. Depression over the never-ending piles of laundry can be real and get everyone down. But there is hope, and it comes in the form of something called Summer.
Winter can be a laundry nightmare. Heavy, thick clothing. Coats, gloves, hats and socks. Layering means that more clothes are worn, and the clothes themselves are bulkier and take up more room in the washer. It's harder to keep up because you need to do more loads to get the clothes done. That is why summer is often viewed as a safe-haven from doing laundry.
But instead of relishing in less laundry loads, use the summer as a time to catch up on your back laundry. It is possible, but will take some work. The goal is not only to get it done, but use the downtime in laundry washing to help get things in place so when the Fall comes, and you find yourself back to the grind of school clothes and heavier garments, you can have a better handle on situation.
Here's some tips to help you use the warm weather to your laundry advantage: