Using a System: Closet Clutter
Our master bedroom is a hoarder’s paradise.  There are more closets in there then are really necessary so  they are full of clutter potential.  And don’t think it hasn’t happened!  I, as a woman, have taken up two of them for my own personal use.  Of course!  But they were so messy and hodge-podgey that I often lost items, piled new things on top of old, and held onto crap for much longer than I should have.
5 flippin’ closets in one little room!
So I pulled EVERYTHING out.  I’m not going to lie, having everything out at once definitely gave me a teeny tiny (but very real) bit of anxiety.  Just being honest.  But I had to remember, as you do too, that it takes a mess to clean one up.
Disclaimer: Sheets are in the laundry…hence the bare mattress.  ðŸ˜›
It’s important to group items together.  I decided to group clothes and skivvies in one closet, and accessories and seldom used items in the other.  Every day I was going back and forth between closets, only slightly aggravating. Now I don’t!
We don’t have a large dresser and we’re not about to go buy one just for my clothes (even though that would be the best thing EVER!) so I worked with what we have.  Always, always, always work with what you have first.  I have no idea how much money I’ve saved by just reusing and reorganizing.
Getting ready is even more fun now! 🙂
Also looks like it’s time for a trip to the Goodwill!

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