Closet Organizing on a Tight Budget (part 1)
You don't have to spend a fortune on fancy closet organizing systems to organize your own closet, but it does require taking an honest look at your belongings and your habits. With some creativity and some planning, you can create a closet that's organized and easy to maintain.
First of all, it's imperative that you take a look at what's currently in your closet before you can begin to organize it. If there is clothes that haven't been worn in six months or more, worn out shoes, outdated handbags and accessories that you no longer use, get rid of them. They are only taking up your valuable space. You'll be pleasantly surprised just how much space you can free up by purging beforehand, and it also means less to contend with during the organization process.
Next, take a look at what you're left with. Try to organize your clothes based on what groups together well as outfits. Try to group like colors together, and organize shoes and accessories into casual, sport, professional and formal/dressy categories.
After you've de-cluttered, you're now ready to put it back in, in an organized manner.
To your clutter free life,