Closets could be the scariest
places on earth. They harbor clutter, disarray, and general
entropy, if left untended. But they do not have to be that way,
if you know when it is time to move on. To save yourself from
the hassles of finding lost things, you need a guide
to organizing closets.
Sounds like a line from a breakup
song? True, parting with stuff could be a bittersweet experience.
These are the things we have lived with ever since... Forever.
These have been a part of our childhood, our adolescence. They
were there when we had our milestones: graduation, marriage,
first baby... Wait. Enough of the melodrama. You have to put
your foot down once and for all! When it's time to throw out,
it's time to throw out! Don't delay. If you're a habitual procrastinator,
go read some tips
to deal with procrastination and get on with your tasks.
But you need not be trigger-happy
with throwing out the clutter in your closet. This guide
to organizing closets will show you how to choose which
to throw, which to keep, and what to do when you decide to throw
Organizing Closets: To throw or not to throw? That is the question.
Some people toss everything out
when they clean up. When they realize that they actually need
an item, they realize that they have already thrown them out.
You do not need to be a victim of "oh-I-threw-it-out!-itis".
You just have to be wise and careful with your sorting. You
also have to think about the importance of the thing you are
considering throwing. Below are some questions you may want
to ask yourself, in sorting out which to throw or keep: