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Organizing Through Life

What do your closets look like?

Right now we have are working on 2 homes which are receiving total closet makeovers, to include linen, hall pantry, closets, clothing closets and foyer closets. (I can't  wait to share the before and after pictures).

Sometimes organizing your closets can be daunting. Here are some thoughts about how to keep them organized:

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1. Decide whether you will keep your entire wardrobe in you closet or you will do a season swap. Of course, this will depend on the size of your closet.

2. If your closet is small, make the most of every inch of space.  Check out this article for some great organizing tips.

3. You know that I'm going to say this...purge! After all, it is spring - won't you want at least a few new outfits? Give yourself permission to let go of at least as much as you purchase. (You'll thank me later).


4. Lastly, one thing that keeps me on task and organized is to break my closet into sections. You may want to even color coordinate your closets (if that is your personality). I put all of my tops together, all dress slacks together, jeans, workout get the hint. Organize your closet in a way that makes sense for you and the amount of space that you have available.

If you need help just give us a call. Sometimes you just need another set of eyes to give you some great ideas for change. And, if you need more, like a complete closet redesign...we can help with that as well.

Get ready...Spring is here! 

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About Linda

As an Organizing Consultant and Coach, mom and grandmom, Linda has found answers to the struggles that "moms" deal with every day. Whether you are a stay-at-home mom or work outside the home, you are usually the hub of the household. Linda will be sharing organizing tips, tools, techniques, support and motivation to help you enjoy each day to the fullest. Life doesn't have to be chaotic. Your can choose to be organized. You can read more about Linda and her services at

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