Multitasking. THAT is one area that will help make a photography business successful. However, I have a breeding problem in my house and it is NOT good (and has absolutely JACK ALL to do with photography). Clothes. I am drowning in them. Seems for every load we do, 5 more appear. At this rate, we’ll be able to open the ‘Røstøen Orphanage for Lost and Potentially hazardous Cotton Fibers’. Buy less clothes you say. (oohlala, don’t YOU sound like my dear, wonderful husband Even). Thing is, I HAVE definately cut down on clothing purchases (because all my money goes into photography lol). My problem is organization.
If the crew of Clean Sweep came to my house they would promptly do an about face, scream God Bless You my dear (code for -we aint touchin’ that with a bargepole you unorganized, horrifying pack rat from hell) and run as fast as those pristine little Teva’s can carry them. However, on a brighter note, Carsten Kressley would be totally impressed (while at the same time nauseated to see that Kenneth Cole wadded up in a ball behind the tv)..hmm, he probably wouldn’t notice it though. He would be too busy making goo goo eyes at Even. MMMM SAUCY! 🙂
So, while I’m wallowing in a sea of natural fibers, I wonder what will happen when I start working from home. Probably go clinically insane to the point that they will create a syndrome with my name on it. Which means I must tackle this organization problem now. Email me with your idea’s. The person who comes up with the best (and easiest) way to make my home more livable will win a prized collection of lint (the inevitable byproduct of the dryer…or in laymans terms. Laundry poop).
Just think sweetie, if you lived here, I would do your laundry for you! Do you believe that? Hee, hee, I didn’t think so. Since I have some experience in doing your laundry though, I think you should by all disposable clothes until you can buy faster machines like those here in America!
I’ve begun calling our laundry piles the “Laundry Blob” as it keeps getting bigger even after the wife does three or four loads. When I was a kid I always wondered why I had laundry, well, the answer to that was my mom did laundry every other day. Since it was just me, easy. With four, forget it.
Side note about lint, get it wet and throw it on the wall. Jessica’s got the greatest lint collection on the basement wall!