Decisions, decisions… How will I ever get organised?Oct 26th, 2011 | By Wardrobe Choice | Category: Organisation, Storage Ideas
Are you one of thousands of people feeling imprisoned by clutter?
Getting your wardrobe fashion items and household organised into a working and functional system that will continually serve you well, can take time. The success of this is going to depend on the system you devise to keep your closet and general home environment functioning and uncluttered. We’re generally too busy, and never stop to consider all the open space that is actually available in our wardrobes and around the home. The big key to success here is to find a way to turn that space into something you can actually work with and learn valuable keys in dealing with clutter and creating a routine for on going mess management. You to like many others, who have discovered solutions to the problems of wardrobe and general house hold clutter, can break free of the clutter prison.
A SECRET FORMULA FOR SUCCESS
“They best way to organise your wardrobe is, to perhaps consider not to follow how someone else organises theirs”.
Their best way may not be your best way!
Remember that we all have different organisational styles as well as different size and shape wardrobes, not to mention the size, shape and quantity of our various fashion garments. Your wardrobe organisational strategy should be customised to suit what you have to store in your wardrobe, accompanied with a touch of what I call the 10% principal.
This 10% principle works by quickly sorting through each wardrobe in the house and separating the garments that you really don’t need anymore, up to about 10% of the overall wardrobe size. In a wardrobe that is 2 meters long for instance, take out an area of around 20cm (that’s almost 1 foot) of space.
Give these away to a charity or friends who can get good use out of them.
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