This time of year means an end to summer and the coming of colorful foliage, and cooler days. That means one specific headache for this mama of 6.
Changing out and storing seasonal clothes.
Every time the seasons change, I go through boxes and boxes of clothes to decide what sizes we need this year and then I have to sort all of the previous season's clothes, label them according to size, and store those.
It always takes me a few days of having stacks of clothes all over the living room while I decide what is too worn to keep, which ones to pass on, and who needs what.
I feel like there is a more efficient way to accomplish this task. Of course, if I lived in my dream world, I would have a room with round racks where I kept all clothes sorted by season and size. That way, they would be clearly visible and easy to sort, without having to dig through boxes to find out what is at the bottom.
Since I don't live in my dream world, though, this is where you come in. I need your advice. This week's Works For Me Wednesday is about asking for advice instead of giving it, so please, chime in with what works for YOU. Let me know how you handle switching and storing clothes. How do you store the out of season clothes? How have you found to best streamline this process?
Go to Rocks in my Dryer for a fun switch this week. Find out if you have any advice that someone is just itching to know about.