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2 Easy Ways to Organize that Closet: Put Your Self First

PYF_Organize_that_closet BabbleI’ve been on a bit of an organizing kick lately. But the truth is, as much as I’d like to take a week and do the entire house, I don’t have the time to tackle it all at one time.  I have realized that, in order to maintain my sanity, I need to be able to FIND the things in my home – in the kitchen, in my office, in my kid’s rooms, and yes, in my very own closet.

There are few things that make me more crazy than rushing to get myself ready (I always seem to leave my needs to the very last moment – after getting the small people dressed, after fixing their hair, after getting their bags ready) and realizing I can’t find what I need to feel GOOD as I head out the door.  This means, my closet has been in need of an over-haul.  My clothes and shoes need to not only be in the right place, but they need to be hanging and sitting so that they are wearable when I grab them.  And my accessories?  Who wants to scrounge for the perfect piece of jewelry, only to find it tangled, or worse – missing entirely.

In the interest of putting yourself first, here are two easy ways to make quick changes in your closet that will make you feel more organized for a better YOU!

Do you have any closet tips you would like to share?  I still have plenty to organize… and you know I’m always looking for ways to improve!

Read more from Danielle on Babble and her personal sites ExtraordinaryMommy and DanielleSmithMedia.

You can also follow her on Twitter.

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