Okay so I am almost finished, I didn't get all the way through the washing like I had planned, but I did put a dent into the loads so now I have the clothes in hampers rather than on the floor. It' s funny because now that I am done I can see where I am going to have to schedule more days where I power wash and organize my clothing. I must admit it was quite the experience, I almost found it refreshing. To see my closet folded nice and neat really feels great, It's like stepping into my own clothing store. The one thing that I focused on this time was reading the care labels. Yes, it was timely but I noticed a difference in the way my clothes were hanging on the hangers. I found a wash chart that helped me to. I paid attention to what water temperature, I used on different colors and also the types of detergents I used with different fabrics was crutical as well. I can really tell in how my clothes were laying and hanging when I folded them. Another key factor was in the wrinkles, when I folded my clothes immediately out of the dryer there was almost no wrinkles in any of my t-shirts, jeans, and sweaters. I must say having these 36 hours to catch up and manage my laundry situation made me realize again how important my closet space is to me. Managing my laundry and my closet space only added to the confidence I carry daily. Last night for the first time in a long time I picked out and ironed my clothes for the next day, and it took me half the time to get ready the next morning.
Thanks for going on this closet connection journey with me, I am sure I will have plenty more stories to tell in the future. In the meantime, let me know if you decide to have your own closet connection, I would love to find out what you discover. I challenge all of you to schedule a day where you can power wash, I will tell you, you may come out a different woman after it is all said and done.