This post has been sponsored by Faultless Brands. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
I pride myself on being organized and on top of everything. I’m the type of person who loves getting organized, making lists, and getting stuff done. Sundays are my day to get everything ready for the week. Today, I thought I’d share how to get ready for the week on Sunday, and give you a few ideas on how to start the week off on the right foot.
How to Get Ready for the Week
Call me old-fashioned, but I still iron my husband’s dress shirts and my dresses. You should always look your best! I’ve used Faultless® Niagara Original Ironing Spray for a while now and it’s such a game-changer. It gives my clothing a professional look without the professional price! This spray is used by dry cleaners and is a fraction of the price of professional laundering. See the difference is my husband’s dress shirt:
Using Faultless® Niagara Original Ironing Spray is so easy:
- First off, do not use this on garments labeled ‘Dry Clean Only’!
- Line up button with red dot.
- Shake well before and during use.
- Use steam or dry iron at the recommended fabric setting.
- Hold can 6 to 10 inches from the fabric.
- Spray entire garment lightly and evenly.
- For additional stiffness, re-spray and iron again.
Niagara Ironing Spray may not be available in all areas, but the same company also makes Faultless and Magic Ironing Sprays. You can find them all at faultless.com.
Learn more about ironing spray here.
Sunday is my laundry day. I get everything washed so that we have clean clothes for the week and they’re put away in their proper place. It’s the worst when you’re looking for your favorite top Tuesday before work and it’s dirty.
I hate grocery shopping with a passion; walking around a store while trying to find everything on my list drives me nuts. I order everything online and go pick it up Sunday night.
I work from home so meal prepping isn’t for me, but my husband works and likes having meals for the week. So we’ll plan out what we’re going to eat and on what day so we won’t eat out a lot.
We have a calendar on a fridge with our schedules for the week. Every Sunday, I make updates and changes to our week so we know what’s going on.