Some days I really wish I was one of those Marie Kondo kind of people. You know, the ones with every drawer organised, everything neatly folded and a wardrobe that's perfectly styled.
But unfortunately, I'm not.
Having the patience and skills to fold practically everything is a special skill and one that Sophie Liard — also known as The Folding Lady — has big time.
I stumbled on to her TikTok, and it's safe to say if you want to learn a thing or two, follow her right now.
Watch the video above to see some of The Folding Lady's most mind-blowing folds.
You can get stuck in a hole of scrolling through every single one of her videos but to save you some time, I've pulled out three of the biggest tips I learnt.
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The best thing is, these are folding and organisation techniques I think I'm going to be able to keep doing because they're that easy.Unable to display TikTok on this browser
When it comes to folding towels I stick with the basic 'fold it into thirds' technique. But Sophie's 'The best towel fold' video changed my mind on how I do it.
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It's the same idea but instead of folding into thirds lengthways, she does it on the short side. This method gives you a pocket at one end, to turn the towel into to keep it secure. In the end you get a neat little towel package that isn't going to unravel when someone goes digging through the linen cupboard. Sophie has another method for folding towels too, which is in the video at the top of this article.
Everyone has a big, snuggly puffer jacket but not always the wardrobe space to hang it. And you'll know it can be a nightmare to shove in a drawer.
Well, not anymore. Sophie shows how to fold a bulky puffy jacket, with the hood tucked in and everything. The best part is like the towels, she folds it back in on itself from the bottom, meaning it's secured tight and won't open up after you've tucked it away.
The bonus with this folding tip is you can use the method on hoodies as well, or your kids' clothes too.Unable to display TikTok on this browser
One of my biggest issues with socks is actually having pairs that stay together, from wearing them, to the wash and into the drawer.
Insert Sophie's folding techniques for socks — there are a few — and you'll actually want to do this when you're taking your socks off the washing line.
In one of her "slow" explainer videos, she pairs calf length socks together. Then she lays one on top of the other with a bit of overhang, then does a couple of folds, and tucks one over the other.
It's just so mesmerising to watch.
The Folding Lady has developed a cult following on social media, with close to 2.5 million followers on TikTok and more than 370,000 on Instagram.
Her easy-to-follow videos are as therapeutic as they are practical, and it'll have you wanting to rip everything out of your cupboards and re-fold it all.