Diagnosing the Problem
Hey, guys! Welcome back to Talk Fabulous!
Today, let’s talk closets. Whether you have a standard 2-rod setup or a walk-in closet the size of a small house, we spend a lot of time staring into our closets. Up until I watched Lisa J’s Closet Tour and Organization Makeover Part I, I was perfectly fine with my closet being a little messy and less than pretty. Lisa J brought up a great point, though. Our closets are where we start our days. Why not start it them off on the right foot by looking into something clean and organized that makes us happy? Yes, that is some truth right there if I ever heard it! On that note, let’s go clean out our closets!
As Lisa J shows in her video, the first step to a clean closet is to get rid of what you don’t need. For many of you, this will also be your first step. Since I just moved, though, my closet was mostly purged of the things that I don’t love and don’t fit. So, we’ll skip to step 2 here. Spend some time going through step 1, though, and make sure your closet is purged of what you don’t need. This will make the rest of the closet makeover much easier. Lisa J goes through her process of getting rid of stuff in her video. Check it out if you need some inspiration!
Step 2 is identifying the problem areas. These are the areas of your closet that don’t function well for whatever reason. It might be that they have become a catch-all for things that don’t have a home or a space that has just gotten out-of-control or things of this nature. I have several such spaces in my closet. Let’s take a look.
Now, that these problem areas have been identified, we can start thinking of organizational solutions. That’s Step 3, organizing! Over the next few weeks, we’ll tackle each area and come up with creative ways to make this space organized and pretty. I hope you’ll come along for the journey!
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