This year I have decided that I’m not going to have resolutions but instead aims. I aim to be more organised and I aim to tidy up more.
If you have kids I’m sure like me you will have a never EVER ending pile of laundry to either wash or / and put away. It’s even harder in the winter and having the dryer running constantly is horrible and not just because of the electricity bill.
Addis have sent us some bits to help get us more organised and on top of our mountains of clean and dirty laundry;
With a 4 year old and 9 month old (and the amount of stuff that comes with them) we don’t have much floor space so the over the door airer and slimline airer (which fits in the bath) are perfect because it means I can keep all the washing up off the floor and away, giving Pops more room and stopping R from getting hold of the washing now she’s crawling round. She’s into EVERYTHING so at least that’s something I don’t have to worry about (now to figure out how to babyproof the other 100 things around the house). The only thing with these being slimline and over the door is that you won’t get many big things on them.. they are perfect for kids clothes though!
The cream rattan slimline hamper and washing basket are both pretty spacious and as well as looking nice and hiding the washing pile (I’m not the only one that does this surely?) they’re also strong and sturdy too.
Do you have any laundry tips for the winter? Ones that don’t include using a dryer?
If you struggle as much as I do then you’re in luck because we’re giving away everything we received to one of our readers. To be in with a chance of winning all you have to do is do enter one or all of the entry methods below.a Rafflecopter giveaway
Until the next post,
Are and Pops.
we were sent these items for the purpose of this post and giveaway. All opinions are our own.