Monday, February 27, 2012

Let's Get Organised Wk8 ~ Master Bedroom



This month we will be tackling the Master Bedroom. We'll be decluttering, organising and deep cleaning.

I have chosen the Master Bedroom as next on our list because you'll be amazed at how much calmer you are when you wake to a decluttered and organised bedroom. When you see that lovely haven when you close your eyes at night you will sleep better. And then when you wake to it in the morning you'll be so much more motivated to keep going in your day

Your mission for this week:
~ Declutter your clothes


Take the time to PLAN this mission into your diary. Break it up into smaller tasks if you need too. Maybe one drawer at a time?


When you sort through your clothes think about the following things:
~ Have actually worn that shirt/skirt/top/dress in a while.
~ Does it still fit?
~ Is it still your style?
~ Do you really need xxx number of shirts/skirts/tops/dresses?

They say that most of us wear 20% of our clothes 80% of the time.


As you decide you no longer want a certain item think about where you will be gifting it to.
Do you have family or friends that will benefit from it?
Could you repurpose the item?
Will you donate it to an op shop?
Is it past it's use and needs throwing out?
If you think it's no good anymore think about why? Could you mend it to make it useful again?
Or if it's completely past it, cut off the buttons to use for crafting and other mending and decide if the item would be good for the rag bag


Would love to see some before and after pics of your wardrobes. I'll be sharing mine later in the week too.
You can either link up your blog posts below or post up your pics on the Beccis Domestic Bliss Facebook Page.


TFL!
Take Care
Becci
xoxo


2 comments:

  1. What I do before each season, is turn my clothes on the hanger one way. Once worn turn other way, the ones that haven't been turned get taken to good will.

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    1. That's a great way to do it. The other way is to place things you've worn at one end of the hanging rod.

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