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After receiving our latest utility bill and nearly fainting, I've been looking for ways to reduce our energy costs.  One area I looked into was using drying racks instead of a dryer (more on that in an upcoming post), and in my research I read a lot of blog posts about laundry habits.  It seems that maybe I'm doing a lot more laundry than other people, so now I'm curious - how often do you do laundry and how many people are in your household?

Read the rest of my post & weigh in!

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3 in our house (2 adults and 1 toddler.) I do 5 loads of laundry once a week. (2 darks, 1 light, 1 towel and 1 diaper load(s)).

Well, let's put it this way: I make sure my husband has two weeks worth of underwear. That way, when he's asking me when I'm planning on doing the laundry, I know it's been two weeks! LOL!

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