Tag Archives: laundry
Here is a link to a Facebook photo album detailing my experience using the non-electric Wonder Wash for the first time. It was relatively quick and easy, and I was able to use only 5 gallons of water, all of … Continue reading
The last part of our conversation about laundry habits was recognizing how we use or misuse our time. We own a well functioning washing machine and gas dryer. We put a load of laundry in and walk away. Sometimes we … Continue reading
Leslie previously mentioned the importance of “creating an environment conducive to success.” That did not describe our laundry room. The working end was a mess. And for me, shame about the current state can be a major obstacle to change. … Continue reading
As the parents of 5 kids, now grown, we understand the vital interplay between how you arrange your space and the activities (or conflicts) that occur within that space. As Leslie puts it: “You have to create the conditions for … Continue reading
As January’s laundry mini-challenge comes to an end, my husband and I sat down to talk about what it would mean to change our laundry habits. Phil Grove’s comment about “too many clothes” was part of that discussion.
One of the great things about the environmental mini-challenge is that I now have a reason to look into things that I knew I wanted to research, but never got around to doing. Today’s topic is detergent and when I … Continue reading