√ A cardigan is the most versatile piece of clothing you can own. Wear it alone, buttoned or unbuttoned over a shell, button shirt or turtleneck, over your shoulders or around your waist.
√ If you have shelves in your closet install more of them. Place them close together to avoid having to dig through piles to find what you want.
√ Reduce the time you spend dealing with clothing by buying your kids all one color sock. Throw them in a basket in their closets — no folding, no matching, no worrying about lost socks.
√ Remove one accessory or item of clothing after dressing tomorrow morning. Less can be more.
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√ Establish a place in your closet for empty hangers, perhaps a basket. On laundry day, simply carry them to the laundry room.
√ Set out tomorrow’s outfit, including shoes and jewelry, tonight. Make sure there are no missing buttons or dirty spots. Start tomorrow on a good note.
√ Hang a large mesh bag in the laundry room for dry-clean-only items. Establish a weekly (or monthly) routine for drop off and pick up.