Hanging It All On The Line

There is nothing I enjoy quite as much as crawling into our bed when it’s been made with a set of sheets which have been dried outside in the fresh air.

In fact, I love hanging out the laundry. I spent the early years of my adulthood with no dryer and it’s become a part of my routine to use Mother Nature’s Dryer whenever possible. I actually felt a bit of clothesline withdrawal this Spring when it rained so much and I couldn’t hang things out.

I’ve also been known to feel disappointed when we have a sunny day and I don’t have any laundry to wash!!

There are lots of good reasons to hang out the clothes:

  • Saves electricity by not using the dryer
  • No static cling
  • Clothes last longer because they aren’t getting heated or tumbled.
  • Less shrinking of fabrics
  • Drying clothes in the sun can help to make whites even whiter, without using bleach.
  • They smell amazing!! No dryer sheet in the world can come close to the smell of outdoor fresh laundry drying.

It’s a low tech love, but I am totally addicted to using the clothesline and taking advantage of these beautiful, sunny days to keep hanging it all on the line.

Published by The Artsy Nerd

My name is Tanya Dondale and I live in rural Nova Scotia with my best friend and husband, Matt. I am a Holistic Wellness Coach and Yoga Teacher. My wellness and coaching business is called The Artsy Nerd Holistic Wellness Company. I am passionate about helping people to feel less stressed and more relaxed, facilitating ways to help my clients have more time with family and make time to do the things that they love.

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