Organization is important-- and necessary. I'm not talking about color-coded files and alphabetized spreadsheets. I mean some semblance of order. Any indication that the right hand knows what the left is doing.
I bought 2 new shirts today...and took 14 out to get rid of hahaha. So I may not have anything to wear, but my closet will look impeccable!
Great simple tips.
I do most of these, and that's what keeps me (somewhat) sane. You have to stay on it though, otherwise it all falls apart...
I was JUST wondering the date for the next Kids Kloset Swap this weekend, and Monday morning I get an email about registration!
Bring on the cleanout!
(Every year I say that we got it down as far as possible, nothing else to get rid of. And every following year we finish up with more and more stuff, and add it to the pile!)
I really think this works both ways. I had trouble focusing last week, and had even more trouble writing. I was so distracted. Once I got rid of all the Christmas clutter, it was like magic.
Today I finished the stuff that was on my list for Friday. That's good, right?
To clarify, that's LAST Friday. 'Tis the season.
So cute haha I'm not nearly that bad!
I am raging mad. Raging mad. The kind of mad that you have to remind yourself to calm down and not kill someone. So I am venting to you, until I can compose myself enough to take it to the proper channels.
Raging mad. In case that wasn't clear the first 2 times.
Why do people complicate simple things? Truly, it's not that hard.
::Here, move over, let me do it::
I decided that, for every holiday in the next year, I'm going to go through the 'hassle' of pulling ALL the decorations out, use what I like, and put ONLY that stuff back away. #cleanupcleanout
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