14 Days To An Organized Closet: Day 1


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14 Days To An Organized Closet Day 1

Welcome to Day 1 of 14 Days to an Organized Closet.

Today’s task will take an hour or more, and there’s a bit of reading.

Future tasks will be much simpler and take only 15-30 minutes, depending on how much time you want to spend.

The first three steps we’ll do today may surprise you. But please do them. They’re going to help break the emotional chains that have led to your current closet situation.

And they’re going to make the next 14 days so much easier.

I’m sure you’re keen to get started, so let’s begin…

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78 thoughts on “14 Days To An Organized Closet: Day 1

  1. Glenna Peterson says:

    Just lost my significant other and saved a couple of his shirts. He had big shoulders so they fit me. Am saving a couple of them for his step-granddaughter to sleep in when she stays with me. Could have saved more shirts but bit the bullet and donated them. Hard to do but essential in moving forward. New phase in decluttering without getting rid of the best memories. Thanks for your ideas and encouragement. I need it right now.

    • Kylie Browne says:

      That is so sweet, Glenna. I’m sorry for your loss.

      When you said this” New phase in decluttering without getting rid of the best memories”, it made me think of what you could do to repurpose those shirts. I thought you might like this idea: https://au.pinterest.com/pin/445082375654171294/?lp=true

      PS Be kind to yourself and remember that keeping things of your significant other will be part of the grieving process. You may not like to get rid of too many of his things right now, which is understandable. There will come a time when his things become ‘just things’ and you will be ready to let go.

      🙂 Kylie, Community Manager

  2. Grace says:

    I managed to get through cleaning out a lot of my clothes. I got rid of everything that I don’t feel pretty or sexy or comfortable in. I kept some clothes that I love but haven’t worn. I haven’t worn them because I’m not sure what to combine it with so I’m holding on to those in a separate section to see if throughout the 14 days I can learn how to combine some clothes for maximum use of my outfits. I feel so much better being less cluttered and although it was hard to part with some of the pieces I own because I felt it was money down the drain, I feel “lighter”. I decided to add a box during the process for “my friends”. I’m lucky enough to have 3 friends that we are all more or less the same size and in the past I have given them some of my clothes and they have worn them and love them. so I have a box to share with them when we get together again! Looking forward to tomorrow’s task.

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