So you clean your closet out donate everything to a place like Union and Fifth and then you go shopping. Two months later your closet is bursting at the seams and you can’t find anything to wear. Does this cycle sound familiar?
Even if you were rejected from Hoarders for not being enough of one, experts agree clutter is unhealthy. People are mentally and psychologically better off when their homes are decluttered but where do you start? And unless you are planning on becoming a nudist, you need to have some clothes. How can you address the problem in a way that keeps the cycle from starting again?
I know it sounds impossible, but this doesn’t have to be overwhelming.
A dear friend, Debbie Roes, owner of the blog Recovering Shopaholic, just released a sequel to her great book UnShopping: Recovery Solutions from an Ex-Shopaholic, titled End Closet Chaos: Solutions from an Ex-Shopaholic.
The book begins by addressing wardrobe size, which is a subject that is on a lot of people’s minds. After exploring frequency of wear and closet “set point,” Debbie delves into some general wardrobe management tips, closet organization, wardrobe tracking, and how to pare down your wardrobe. She also include suggestions for taking care of your clothes, tailoring, packing for travel, and defining and enhancing your personal style. Finally, End Closet Chaos closes with a bonus section of tips for smarter shopping from her first book to assist in keeping your closet chaos at bay.
You do not need to be a shopaholic to benefit from this book. The tips and suggestions provided are intended to be helpful for anyone who struggles with “closet chaos” of any kind.
Don’t just declutter your closet, learn how to organize your clothes, shop wisely and spend your money on clothes you will actually wear. Check out Debbie Roes’ book End Closet Chaos: Solutions from an Ex Shopaholic.