How To Declutter Your Wardrobe Of Accessories Clutter
Today’s mission is to declutter your wardrobe of accessories, such as excess ties, belts and scarves, to clear the clutter from your closet or clothes drawers.
This mission is designed to be done while we’re focused on the Organize Jewelry & Accessories Challenge here on the site, which is one of the 52 Week Organized Home Challenges. Of course, it also dovetails into two other challenges we’ve recently done, the Organize Master Bedroom Closet Challenge and the Organize Master Bedroom Challenge, depending on where you keep any of the accessories we’ll focus on during this mission, within your home.
As always, I try to break down these daily Declutter 365 missions into smaller, more manageable chunks of activity, so you can get it done within a shorter period of time, and without feeling overwhelmed or tackling too much at once.
Since this is somewhat of a catch all mission, if that means you need to focus on just one type of accessory at a time, instead all of your accessories at once, and then repeat the whole mission again with another type of accessory, that’s exactly what you should do.
How To Declutter Hats & Caps
Today’s mission is to declutter hats and caps from your wardrobe and home.
Organize Jewelry and Accessories Challenge
, which is part of the 52 Week Organized Home Challenge here on the site, or whenever else you need to do it in your own home.
The mission is pretty simple and straightforward. Simply gather up all of the hats and caps, of whatever variety you’ve got in your home, and look through your collection deciding what you should keep and what you should get rid of.
As usual, you don’t have to get rid of every piece of headwear you own. Instead, this is the time to evaluate what you’ve got, and only keep the best of the best, what you actually use, and what you have room for.
This mission applies to both men and women’s hats, as well as hats for kids, so look at all family members.