Time Saving Tip: Use A Flat Iron For Quick Collar Ironing

Time Saving Tip: Use A Flat Iron For Quick Collar Ironing

Sarah Rae Smith
Feb 5, 2013

I've been following the lives of the Marshall family for the better part of the last 4 years. In that "you should be too" kind of way, not the creepy internet stalker way. They're a busy household with two children and a third due any moment. They always make life look easy and glamorous, so when Cole shared a time saving tip on Instagram a few weeks ago I was all ears!

The Marshall family became rockstar famous a few years back when husband Ryan photographed his wife Cole during the stages of her pregnancy. Since then his blog Pacing the Panic Room has shared story after story and photo after photo before coming to a close this past summer.

His Instagram feed is still the hottest thing since sliced bread as it continues to showcase this beautiful family and all their real world on goings. Cole has one too, and has been sharing mommy tips lately as she waits for her new little bundle of joy to come into the world.

The latest tip had me actually saying the words, "Shut the front door" out loud. It was one of those moments where I felt stupid for never having thought of it and knowing at the same time that I would have never had the guts to actually try it (Murphy's Law says I would have lit something on fire if I tried it first).

Cole has been using her straightening iron to quickly iron little collars and sleeves before her kids dash out the door for school. It's an easy way to get those stubborn wrinkles out without dragging out the ironing board or leaving your shirt in the shower for a week in hopes of ditching those few unsightly lines.

Want to follow Cole and Ryan? Check them out on Instagram or check out their hair tutorials over at Pacing The Panic Room.

(Image: Ryan Marshall)

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