4 steps to decluttering the kids clothes and creating a wardrobe system that works, without committing to a full blown capsule wardrobe.
Back when we only had three kids I used to block off my entire Sunday for staying home so that I would be able to run the washer and dryer marathon style in order to catch up and be ready for the upcoming week.
If I didn't do that (which totally honest was most of the time) we would live out of laundry piles and baskets and I would spend the entire week just waiting to "get caught up" and it was totally exhausting.
Not only that but it felt like I was spending more time managing the stuff inside of my home, instead of being present with my kids. Hello mom guilt if I chose to get caught up.
And hello resentment if I chose to not get caught up. It was like no matter what I was going to lose to the laundry.
This was my life. Wash. Rinse. Repeat.
Even though I have five kids and live in the Midwest where we can have all four seasons in a day and I haven't been behind on laundry in YEARS.
This is not a pipe dream
What you are getting with this course is a simple and sustainable solution to the laundry in your home.
Your motherhood is too short to waste on trying to manage the laundry, and it is too hard to pretend that you don't see those piles there any more.
You don't have to submit to a life of overwhelm by laundry and you CAN do this.
-Angie, mom of 6