Each Tuesday put on some lively music—today some lively Christmas music and swipe the dust right out the door.
How you store your clothing makes a difference in the way you look in your clothes. Overcrowded drawers and closets make it difficult to find what you want to wear or even to know what you have to wear. My daughter takes time occasionally to try on different clothes together and take pictures of the outfits she creates. She wears really great outfits each day. I tend to wear a type of uniform—jeans or Dockers and tops. Now that I am older I tend to wear turtlenecks to cover my neck. I like scarves, sweaters, blazers and jewelry to make my frequently worn clothes looks a little different. In the same way I don’t clean my home for company, I don’t dress to impress others. I try to look pulled together for myself and my husband and usually I don’t look too badly to others. Roy’s words of approval mean more to me than anything anyone else says.
I use organizers in my and Roy’s sock and underwear drawers. Because my drawer is
organized, I never have trouble finding a pair of socks. Orphan socks are a thing of the past. If somehow a sock is the victim of static cling and hides inside an item in my closet, I lay the sock in the drawer and its mate usually shows up within a few days. If the sock doesn’t show
up, I do a search around my washer and dryer. By the way, matching socks is a good job for your little ones.
Tomorrow is Wednesday—Desk Day. The day to catch up on bill paying and paperwork.
Love and Hugs,