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The Psychological Benefits of an Organized Life

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 1/11/17 2:32 PM

Have you looked inside a cluttered closet and felt stressed out?

That’s a perfectly natural response.

Clutter distracts us, bombards our brains with excessive stimulation, creates feelings of guilt, anxiety and frustration. All of that leads to stress.

The Psychological Benefits of an Organized Life

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Holiday Stowaways

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 12/18/16 11:26 AM

It's that holiday time of year and Santa is not the only one who will be slipping into your house.  Yes, I am talking about friends and family descending into your home ... hopefully not via the chimney!

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Hangers, Explained

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 6/21/16 2:46 PM

Most of us select clothes that reflect our personal style, and if we're appointing that task to our clothes, we need to respect them. Proper care of your clothes and sturdy hangers will result in longer wear, neater appearance, protection of your clothing investment, and the ability to choose an outfit easily since you can clearly see what you have. You won't wear what you don't see!

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The Clutter Continuum

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 8/3/15 1:32 PM

Being organized is different than being neat and tidy ...

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Keep or Toss? Need help deciding?

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 7/22/15 11:05 AM

By Jamie Novak,
gleaned from the book “Keep This, Toss That”

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An Uncluttered Closet -- how do you get one?

Posted by Closets & Cabinetry by Closet City on 6/26/15 2:38 PM

First of all, to open a closet and find what you need fast, things should be uncluttered, visible, and easy to access. Gain control by taking stock of your closet's contents. You'll want to pull everything out and divide into categories, such as sweaters, pants, dresses, blouses, and jackets. Keep only what you use and love. Be merciless in judgment — throw out clothes that are stained, torn, pilled, or out of shape. Get rid of fashion mistakes you bought but never wore, and that oversupply of painting or gardening clothes.

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