If you want to make some real changes in your home, every Monday we’re going to take action on a trouble spot. It won’t be hard, but it will make a big impact. Are you with us?
Are you ready to make some changes? I sure am. The place we’re going to start is the pile of clothes in the bedroom, the one that’s beside your bed or on your chair.
Why start there? Because I know you usually clean your bedroom last.
We’re going to put away the clothes you took off before you collapsed into bed.
You probably wore them once and thought you might wear them again. They weren’t dirty enough to throw in the laundry, but since they’ve been sitting in a pile, you don’t know if they’re dirty or clean.
How to decide if clothes are dirty or clean:
1. Do a visual check for any dirt or stains.
2. Sniff your clothes to see if they smell clean. (Don’t check socks and underclothes! Always assume those are dirty.)
If your clothes look and smell clean, then they ARE clean, even if you’ve worn them. Hang them back up in your closet or stack them in your drawer with the rest of your clean clothes.
If you have lots of clothes in your pile, you can put them all in the laundry and give yourself a fresh start.