If your closet is overstuffed, for each new item you buy, pull out 2 to toss or donate. Doesn't take long, and if you keep it up, you will actually be able to hang those new clothes you will have to buy as you lose weight!
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I am writing a book Closets by Chriss. I spend a lot of time, thinking about closets, especially in rental units like apartments.I have a schedule of closet maintenance, products and put the time in to maintain what is in my closets.
I don't hold with the theory that in order to create more room for clothing is to purge our wardrobes. I say, just buy more closet space instead. People spend a large amount of money on clothing throwing it out just doesn't make sense in today's economy.
Move most of your clothes (try it first with tops) to a closet in another room. When you need something to wear, grab it from the other closet. Once it has been worn, it can be washed and put back in your original closet. Anything left in the spare closet after 3 months, donate!
You can do this a few times a year with the different seasons. You can do it with pants too though I know most of us have more of a surplus in the tops department. If you haven't worn a certain tank top all summer long, are you really going to miss it when it's finally gone?
1.A binder clip serves as a key chain/money holder you can clamp to your waistband for a purse-free morning walk. 2.Pretty ribbon revives an old lamp shade. Apply a thin layer of glue & press on each piece of ribbon, matching the ends neatly. 3.That straightening iron works on more than ram-bunctious hair: Use it to press between buttons, where a regular iron won’t fit. 432
4.Cleaning Supply Holder-Assemble a spray-cleaner arsenal by installing a rod in the closet or underneath the sink & then hooking the bottles onto it by their triggers.
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