Washing. Yep, I said it. It's a dirty word (hahaha) around me, but it has to happen. Everyday we wear clothes and they go in the washing pile. Through the machine, dried and then worn again. I mean seriously! This job never ends!
I think it's one of the jobs I hate the most, and that's why Andy is often seen doing it. He's an inspiration to my washing woes.
But the problem with winter is all the clothes have to go in the dryer.
Not only is this bad for the environment, but it's bad for your clothes.
Did you know that the sun's rays have something in them that actually kill the bacteria left in your clothes after washing! Uh huh!!! Pretty cool huh?!
So my goal to you this week is to throw away the dryer (ok, just keep the door on it closed) as much as you can this week and get those clothes into the natural air and light to dry them off.
We've got a win/win situation here.....it saves you money cause you're not using your dryer, it helps contribute towards saving the environment because you're not using up energy unneccessarily, it saves your clothes from the rough and tumble damage your dryer can cause, the suns rays kill any bacteria lurking in the clothes after the wash AND most importantly, your clothes will smell great! Isn't that the best feeling to climb between freshly washed and washing line dried sheets on your bed???!!!! Ahhhhhhh.
Go on, dare ya!