When I was in high school, I started helping my girlfriends edit and organize their closets. My process was simple: we would take everything out, review each category together, and only put back the items that fit and flattered.
My favorite part was the reaction when we were done. My friends would walk in and out of their closets, beaming. What I learned from those experiences, and what has held true through the years that I have been working with clients in this business, is that while a closet seems like a small and insignificant space, it is actually one of the most important “rooms” in the home.
The closet is where we start and end each day, and our relationship with our wardrobe directly influences how we show up in the world.
An organized closet doesn’t just look better, it actually helps you feel better.
When our closets are set up like a well-curated boutique, we start each day with the message that we matter and that our own self-care matters.
Editing and organizing your wardrobe will help you show up in the world as a more present, intentional, and confident version of yourself.
Many of my clients and friends have changed their lives by doing this work.
They’ve improved their relationships.
They’ve gotten raises or changed careers.
They’ve even lost weight.
The best part is that you don’t need to buy anything to experience a massive transformation. You don’t need to take the Container Store by storm or redesign your closet. All you need is less.
If you haven’t joined the Virtual Closet Makeover Program yet, I’m here, ready to support you every step of the way.
If you feel overwhelmed by clutter or disorganization in any area of your life this course is for you.
Once you learn these skills you can apply them to literally any space in your home. Who knows what can happen once you get started…
Say goodbye to the piles, your home makeover heaven awaits!
Images: Vivian Johnson Photography