A Bag of Hand-Me-Down Clothing Has Arrived-Now What?

Hand-me-downs are great.  You can save lots of money and avoid having to shop. A wonderful opportunity of free clothing has presented itself, but I suggest to act immediately and sort/select which items you want to keep. If you delay, the bags tend to pile up, causing overwhelm. Additionally, the items you don’t want become clutter.Continue reading “A Bag of Hand-Me-Down Clothing Has Arrived-Now What?”

How to clear your closet and declutter clothing

👚👖 We all have clothes in our homes that aren’t worn anymore: 👕 Outgrown kid things 💃Sizes we are no longer fit into 👘Styles we don’t enjoy wearing 👢“Mistakes” such as wrong size bought 🥿items that Match Nothing 👕 Clothing that is Itchy, Rides Up, Rolls Down, and Other Annoyances All these clothes TAKE UPContinue reading “How to clear your closet and declutter clothing”

The Klutter Koach BLOG is now more user-friendly!

If you have enjoyed reading my BLOG POSTS, there is a new drop down menu for the categories! Stay turned for more user-friendly updates! In WordPress you have to chose a category.  A web designer recently informed me of the difference between CATEGORIES and TAGS.  Having over 200 categories isn’t something one should do…hence IContinue reading “The Klutter Koach BLOG is now more user-friendly!”

Don’t Second-Guess

The secret to the “I never have anything to wear” dilemma is to keep only clothing you love in your closet.  Let’s say you were running late and need to grab a top and a bottom. Would you be comfortable with those items you chose?  If there is something bothersome about what you selected itContinue reading “Don’t Second-Guess”

Ask yourself this question”Does this ‘spark joy’?

One benefit of de-cluttering is that it teaches you to listen to your intuition. Usually there is so much ‘noise’ that we don’t hear that inner voice. If you use Marie Kondo’s rule of thumb of ‘Does this spark joy?’, then you have to go with that gut instinct. When I’m Koaching, watching the facialContinue reading “Ask yourself this question”Does this ‘spark joy’?”