Practical Tip of the Week

In this video clip, The Practical Sort shares some home weight loss tips as part of a spring clean diet plan with Tre'Renee Chambers on KATU's Afternoon Live.

 Fall in love with your home again.  Click on the image to learn a few simple ways to rid the excess in your home.

Fall in love with your home again.  Click on the image to learn a few simple ways to rid the excess in your home.

 

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Before you begin organizing take a deep breath and keep in mind the 5 Rules of Feng Shui for a useful foundation.  Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese art and science that governs the flow of energy.


 
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 Linen pants always need pressing after washing.  I ironed these straight out of the washer.  The process went very quickly and the pants looked great.

Linen pants always need pressing after washing.  I ironed these straight out of the washer.  The process went very quickly and the pants looked great.

Looking to save time ironing?  Frankly, I rarely iron.  I find creative ways to avoid it as I don’t enjoy it.  When clothes are absolutely screaming for a pressing, I opt for the quickest way to zip through the process.

Try this:  Iron your clothes while they are still damp.  You can try straight out of the washer.  If they are too wet, run them through the dryer for a few minutes or hang on the line until mostly dry.  Face it, many times we end up spraying wrinkled clothes with water or steam to speed up the process so why wait until they are fully dry? 

After ironing, immediately place on a hanger which will keep the clothes wrinkle-free and save you time after you have finished with the entire “to be ironed” pile.