I do about a load a day and put it on my creaky drying rack; it's in the kitchen, not pretty, unless I get an all red load like this one. I shut the rack away in the bedroom if people are coming over so we don't look like the tenement poor, but otherwise, that humidity is good for the dry winter inside air. When the air is dry, your dry tissue does not keep germs out so well and you are more susceptible to germs.
If the wind is moving outside and the sun is shining, I may brave the cold to hang a load of whites; free bleach, after all.
In this manner, I still avoid using my electric dryer. Good for us, good for the environment.