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Friday's Closet Organization Tip!

Created on Apr 05, 2013
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Convert Your Closet from Chaotic to Calm

Organized Living recommends the one-in-one-out rule to help keep the closet from overflowing with clothes. Basically, if you buy one item, you need to get rid of one item to make room. This forces you to think about how badly you need or want an item. Don’t just buy something because it’s on sale unless you’re willing to get rid of something. 

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