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  1. December 5, 2017
    Jacqueline says

    Like you, I see the winding down of the current year and the flip of the calendar page as a time of renewal. I have sufficient closet space but it could be better organized, and I really need to do a clothing purge. Like most women, I tend to wear the same things, so in the week after Christmas while I’m off work, I plan to spend a day taking everything out of the closet and deciding if it’s worth keeping. I’ll Poshmark the items that have good life left to them, and Goodwill the rest. I have a pretty small (but awesome!) place, so I already am very mindful of living with what I love and being really cautious about what I bring home. But of course, there are drawers and under the bed and linen closet shelves (so many beauty items!) that could stand a purge…and who knows, I might find something I bought a while ago that I never used…it will be like shopping in my closet! I could go on, but this pretty much sums up my main priority. Enjoy the holidays!

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  2. December 5, 2017
    Asaake says

    I’m definitely working on overhauling my entire closet by the end of the year. So far I’m 70% done. This should hopefully allow me build my personal style in 2018

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  3. December 10, 2017
    Anna says

    I completely agree with those. For me especially the cleaning of the closet applies, but more to items I never wear or things that are too worn out. I know I still hold on to piece I bought when I was 15 and even though it is very flattering they still fit me 9 years later, the state of the fabric and color isn’t that flattering. I also wish I could just snap out of my envy, I personally think that is one of my worst habits. Well, maybe I should make getting rid of it one of my 2018 goals!

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