For one reason or another I have had the opportunity to spend more time at home recently. This has allowed me to perform tasks that I haven’t before. I am now able to clean/straighten up my house on a daily basis, I don’t have to take on a mountain of laundry over the weekend, I’m able to cook true meals; wholesome meals (yeah, I sometimes add dessert), and I’ve taken to performing small acts for my husband to show my love, appreciation, and support of him.
Note: I’m sorry if some of the statements above offend anyone. I’ve worked since I was 13-years-old and have a small window of time to be at home, I’m enjoying it to my fullest ability. I also have a 4-year-old that I’ve been able to become better acquainted with and we now have a bond and relationship that I never thought possible.
Now, where was I? Oh yes, one of the things I like to do is sit out my husband’s clothes for his next day of work. The reasoning behind this is actually two-fold. First, I want to do something nice for him that will save him time in the morning when preparing for work. It’s also a bonus that I do this because I swear the man is color blind; he never matched before I stepped in. Second, I like to sleep as long as my daughter will allow. My husband clunking around in the bedroom at 5:00 AM is not my idea of sleeping in. Sitting out his work clothes allows him to head to the restroom, take his shower, get dressed, smooch me goodbye and head out to bring home the bacon without really disturbing me. I’ll be honest, I have no idea if he really kisses me goodbye; he says he does but I’m too busy sleeping.
The problem with putting his clothes in the bathroom is that we really don’t have the proper setup to do so. He will wake up to find his shirt on the floor, his boxers will be tucked into the pocket of his pants and he simply is unable to find them, or my all-time favorite, he will sit his pants on the sink and get toothpaste on his dress pants. Although humorous, at least to me, this is not the best way to start off ones day.
We have recently been able to remedy this problem thanks to the HangerJack Scroll. “Installation” was easy as I simply slid the Hanger Jack into place by hanging it over my door. Okay, so I didn’t perform some major install but I accomplished the goal! The HangerJack Scroll has multiple hooks which allow me to place his dress pants, dress shirt, and undershirt on a hanger and hang them on the HangerJack Scroll. I still stuff his boxers and socks into his pants pockets but I try to remind him at least weekly that is where he will find them in the morning.
Thanks to the HangerJack Scroll my husband is now easily able to locate his work clothes (and match) in the morning and I am able to continue my beauty sleep without any interruption. Overall, I think this is a win win situation for everyone.
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ABOUT THE PRODUCT
A portable organization tool, the HangerJack Scroll provides hanging space when you need it and can be removed in seconds when you don’t.
The HangerJack Scroll simply slides over the top of any door and can hold up to six hangers and handle up to 25 lbs. The Scroll is designed with thick pads so it doesn’t damage your door.
The average retail value of the HangerJack Scroll is just $19.95.
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