We’re talking about it all month. Spring-cleaning that is, and we are going to spend each week talking about the variety of ways you can systematically tackle the challenge of organizing your belongings. Today, we are going to talk about what you can do with all of those extra clothes from the winter, or just those clothes you no longer wear. Tis the season for cleaning, and here are three things you can do to eliminate all of the extra clothes in your closet.
3 Simple Spring-cleaning Tips:
- Rummage: With spring-cleaning and clothing, sorting through your closet and drawers is a crucial component. For some people it can be hard to part with clothing, but in order to organize and make room for the new, it’s important that you are a little cold when it comes to holding onto the memories of your clothes.
- 3 separate piles: Here’s where it can get a little fun. Create three separate piles for your clothing: Things to keep, Things to Store, Things to throw out. Seasonal clothing is a big factor when it comes to sorting things out, so you may not want to throw out your winter garb, but storing it for next season will help you save space and money by not having to buy additional winter clothes when that time inevitably comes back.
- Donate: So one of your piles is a toss out pile, but you just cannot bring yourself to do it. Don’t worry, there is another thing you can do to get rid of those clothes, but ensure they go on living a happy life without you. Donate them. With a clothing donation, you may very well help out someone find that one perfect article of clothing they always needed, while you organize your living space. That good karma is bound to come back to you.
Everything you do during spring-cleaning months adds up, so why not start with this simple task to get you motivated for the rest of your efforts? When it comes to cleaning out your closet, a systematic approach will do wonders for reducing stress and increasing your productivity. It’s the quickest and simplest thing you can do during the season, so we thought we’d start off our spring-cleaning month with this simple yet effective method to organizing your home.