Homesteading

90: Don’t Air Your Dirty Laundry!

We’re going old-school Homemaking with this one.  WHY does laundry matter?  How do we do ours?  Why would you EVER iron? And the one place Angela NEVER puts clean laundry.
Get them suds in the bucket and join us!

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