Laundry is a tedious enough task without having to remember to have quarters for the occasion. Here are some helpful hints so your necessary task is a little less stressful.
Designate a "quarter jar" in your house. It might help to make this jar or mug colorful or unique so that you don't forget it is there.
Keep the jar by the door. This way you will be more likely to empty your pockets as soon as you get home, and you will be constantly reminded to do so.
The next time you make a deposit at the bank, ask for a roll of quarters. Dump those in your jar as a backup to your pocket change.
Ask for your change in quarters when making a purchase at the store. Usually clerks will give you a dollar or even more if they have some to spare.
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