In my very first “It Works for Me” post, I mentioned how awesome I am at washing, drying, and immediately folding and putting away my laundry. Â NOT! Â So I guess you could consider this a follow-up tip of sorts. Â 🙂
When you have mountains of wrinkly laundry, you get really good at ironing. Â Every day.
I actually prefer to have freshly ironed clothes (I’ve been known to iron my workout shirts, and if you happened to attend a certain MOPs leadership retreat last summer, you may or may not have witnessed me ironing my clothes on my sleeping bag. Â With a crafting iron.) so the fact that I have to iron every day doesn’t really bother me. Â WhatÂ does bother me is the need to set up and put away the ironing board each time. Â So when we moved back to California and redesigned our closet, we made sure to leave room for a full-time ironing station.
***In case you’re wondering, we’ve used the Rubbermaid Home Free closet system to redesign our master closet, my craft studio closet, and our laundry room; and the boys’ closet is next on the list. Â This is not a sponsored post, just my honest opinion… I can’t say enough good things about this system! Â It’s easy to install, sturdy, and easy to change the configuration as your needs change.