I bring load of fresh clean clothes into my closet and put them away immediately. Easier to put away a single load that multiple piles that have collected over the week.
I also sort the clothes into groups before folding and start with the easiest ones like folding and matching socks. Then those can just get thrown in a drawer. Once the clothes start getting put away it’s easy to keep the momentum going.
alan watts made a good point when he said you could make any situation fun and joyful… don’t take laundry so seriously: listen to music and have a dance sesh as you put away clothes. talk to yourself about your goals and ideas for the future… make the most of it:)
Hans Helmut O.
I usually do small load of laundry, to avoid the huge pile and the felling to be overwhelmed. After clothes are clean I placed all the clean clothes on top of my bed and from there start folding, while I have the TV on or a YouTube video that I was looking forward to watch. I usually don’t have time to watch tv at all, and folding laundry is my two for one opportunity
I hate laundry but I hate piles and clutter more. The feelings That result from a clean house beat the feelings of failure that come from a dirty house. I pull myself up and do it to ensure I have better self emotions
- How do you get your children to clean and tidy up after themselves or as part of household chores?
- What is your most hated part of cleaning? Because of this disdain for this particular part, how do you find ways to make that part fun for you?
- What are your favorite cleaning tools and products?
- How do I stick to cleaning room
- What does cleaning up do for you?
- what do you let your mind do while your body does the cleaning?
- How do you keep walls disenfected around your toilets without actually washing them and ruining the paint?
- How do I make myself do dishes
- How often should I clean? I feel lazy if I don’t clean but there’s not much to do after a couple days. What would you recommend?
- What is you’re after work routine to keep things organized?