Now that the season is about to change, I put my fall/winter clothes on the clothes rod with the hangers facing backwards. When I wear something it gets hung back up with the hanger facing forward. At the end of the season, I can easily tell which things I have worn and which things are just taking up space and need to go. Some of them may be things that are now too big or things you just don't like anymore.
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I looooove to use the plastic storage bins, drawer carts, etc. to help me organize. I use the drawer carts for my lil one's diapers/wipes, clothes. I have smaller ones on my desk for my pens, paper clips, calculator, etc. I also have a laundry basket in each room (3 kids' rooms, our room, and the
bathroom. This way no matter where we change our clothes, they always get put in a basket. I use a large plastic tub for the kids' toys. Keeps everything put up and out of the way.
Being consistent will pay off. Being consistent in exercising and healthy eating will pay off slowly but surely. You will notice an improvement in your heath and your ability sustain longer workouts or physical activities. this will lead to improvement in and positive changes in you body.
Such has clothes starting to become looser and having to buy smaller size clothes as well as improvement in tone.
My thirteen y/o granddaughter has more stuffed animals then you can imagine. When she turned thirteen, she wanted her room to look more "adult", so she tossed most in to her closet. My son helped her go thru her closet & pack most of the animals in boxes. Along the way, they also eliminated clothes that were too small. She (they) then took everything to the Salvation Army and donated. Not only is her room less cluttered, but she will help make some other girl just a little happier, as well as
a number of children who might otherwise not have some nice stuffed animals (most of her animals were staged on three shelves in her room about three days after she had received them).
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