My wardrobe and makeup consists of five-minute options/routine as school runs are always a mad dash for us. I try to keep my look classic and basic so I feel like I look put together and don’t look like I have rolled out of bed ( sometimes unavoidable lol) I recently just purchased some refills, these items are my staples and I never switch out. I think it is definitely important to have staples items in any mum’s collection of makeup and clothes collections to take some stress away from the morning routines with kids.
Folding clothes can be such a boring job but it’s got to be done. Here is how to fold clothes the KonMari way.
I’ve tried folding flat, rolling, not folding at all none of it really worked and after a week the clothes would be a mess again. This is by far the most efficeint technique of folding so its stands up. The drawers and clothes will always be neat and tidy-why? Removing clothes will never disturb the other clothes and the other clothes will remain untouched and still standing. It’s also great way to discover what clothes you want to discard after a few weeks you will quickly see what is worn often and item that never get touched. (Those are the clothes that don’t spark joy and you need to get rid of)
How to keep your children’s room tidy… I know right you must be thinking this is impossible or the answer is ‘just go around picking up after them every 5 minutes.’ If you have read our previous few blog posts you will know I have a new found love of organisation and have implemented the Kon-Mari method into keeping the house clean.