I know I’m really bad about coming up with big ideas and then not following through. Trust. I know. These things eat away at me. I still have monthly reminders that pop up on my iPhone, asking if I’ve completed and blogged my “12 in 12” yet. And no, I haven’t. Obviously.

But I really, really, really have the best of intentions. I’m a big thinker, and sometimes I think up lots of things and they all bubble out, and then eventually one of them grows big enough that I actually tend to it. Like this blog. And hopefully my YouTube channel.

I told myself I’d do one video a week, and I’m 2 for 2 so far. A little too proud of myself for that, I’ll admit. They say I need to be publishing these weekly videos at the same time on the same day every week in order to build a loyal audience. I don’t know if I have that in me. For now, I’m happy with weekly-ish new videos. I’ll aim for Thursdays. No promises.

It could be said my approach to all of this is very similar to my approach to housekeeping. I aim for clean-ish. No promises. If that’s your style, too. I think you’ll dig my video on how to fold a fitted sheet.

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14 thoughts on “How To Fold A Fitted Sheet… kinda”

  1. Awww, folding the fitted sheet is actually not all that hard. Flat surface is a big plus. I usually pull the big blanket off the bed and fold laundry there. 😉

  2. Folding a fitted sheet is like my only party trick. That and tying a cherry stem into a knot with my tongue. But when I do that I look like I’m choking and there’s nothing sexy about it.

  3. LOL. I’m a newbie to your site (I follow you on Facebook, though) and kind of working backwards through your posts and videos. I think this is my favorite video so far! Love it – and yep, that’s how I do it! 😉

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