Deb Cabral, the DeClutter Coach, is helping us get organized for the New Year. This week, she has some great tips when it comes to organizing that closet and dressers.

The New Year is just underway, and this is the perfect time to start making some small changes to help you get organized in your day-to-day life. The DeClutter Coach is showing us easy ways we can get more organized, which in the long run, can save you time, energy, and even money. And we could all benefit from saving those things, right?!

This week, Deb Cabral shows us some very simple ways to get your closet, dressers, and everywhere else you store clothes, organized. In the video (at the top of this page), Deb Cabral says to start with your closet and evaluate each item. She says to pay close attention to any clothes that may have any holes or tears in them. The DeClutter Coach says to "mend them, or let them go." Create piles while you're going through your clothes: Ones that need to be thrown out, ones that can be donated, and others that can be sold. After that, Deb Cabral says you should have significant room for new clothes that you'll purchase or get throughout the year.

Repeat the process for the clothes in your dressers and anywhere else you store your clothes. And one of the best tips from the video, Deb Cabral says to put this on your to-do list every January. If you organize your clothes at the beginning of each year, you'll have room for those new clothes you get during the year. And by doing it every year, it won't be such a hard or time-consuming task, compared to if you haven't gone through your clothes in quite a few years.

We want to thank Deb Cabral for sharing these great organization tips with us. And you can always get more tips and tricks for organizing all aspects of your life by following Deb Cabral at: OrganizedIn60Seconds.com and at DeclutterCoachDeb.com. You can also follow Deb on her Facebook Page: DeClutter Coach Deb.

Don't forget to join us next Monday, with more helpful tips and tricks to get organized, from the DeClutter Coach, Deb Cabral.

 


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