For me, it's folding sheets.
Especially that particular demon known as a fitted sheet.
I used to dream of having a perfectly stocked linen closet with sheet sets and towels folded neatly, where I could open the doors whenever the urge struck and gain instant satisfaction from the order and abundance contained within.
But bless my heart, I could never fold a fitted sheet to make it resemble anything close to a square, or any other geometric shape other than a blob. And even though math is not my strong suit, I don't think a blob qualifies as a geometric shape.
I tried. I did, I did. I even watched video tutorials and read how Martha (I mean her staff) folds sheets.
But I am a sheet-folding-flunkie.
And I am A-OK with that.
Now I take sheets off the bed(s), launder them (well, the machines do that part, thank goodness), and put them right back on the bed. No stressful folding required.
It's rather nice.
Because I'm curious, some would say nosy, I'm wondering what y'all do. When you change your sheets do you actually change them from a folded supply of clean ones or do you subscribe to my
lazy time and sanity saving method of washing and remaking the bed with the same set? Do tell.
I might not be able to sleep until I find out.