The Cluttered Closet

Hello there!  I'm just popping in to link up with Positively Learning for:

http://positivelylearning.blogspot.com/2014/11/5-for-friday-style-me-bloggers.html

I'm starting to think that I first read about the Get Your Pretty On Style Challenge from Positively Learning!  I've done the Summer and Back to Work style challenges.  Due to warm fall weather, I am still catching up with the Back to Work Challenge.

This week I'm sharing my closet.  My closet is always a struggle to keep neat and organized because I'm always rotating my clothes from season to season and week to week.  Here are some closet views:


In the first pictures are my skirts; I love my skirts and wear one just about every day.  The skirts to the left are the ones that are "on deck."  I like to wear all my clothes so I put the ones I just wore at the end of the line.  I do the same with my teacher bags (top right), and I have quite a collection.  I usually switch out my bag halfway through the school year.  Again, I put the one I used last at the end of the line.

The left picture on the bottom shows my off-season clothes; although I think I'll be getting out my winter coats fairly soon.  On the bottom right are my piles of jerseys and sweaters.  In a perfect closet, I would have my clothes sorted by color, but I'm just not disciplined enough to keep that organized.

Now it's time to get back to work getting ready for tomorrow.  Another way I keep organized is that I pick out the next day's outfit the night before.  I've been doing this forever; I'm too tired in the morning to make big decisions.

Also, I'm super lucky to have won a prize from Jennifer!  Here's the link to her Math Questions on TPT so you can check out this helpful product.  Thanks, Jennifer, for the prize and for starting this link-up!





2 comments

  1. I agree, one of the best ways to stay organized is to pick out tomorrow's outfit - today! Thanks for linking up!

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  2. Thanks for linking up. Love the "on deck" concept!

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