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The One Mistake You’re Making When Doing Laundry

I wouldn’t say that doing laundry is my favorite part of the weekend, but when you live on your own from age 13 (hello, boarding school!) you sort of have learn to love it–or at least, to not screw it up. And especially now that I do my husband’s and daughter’s laundry, too, it’s become somewhat […]
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