Closet Organization Crash Course Quotes #1 : Closet Commandments

This is the one question that will get you to 99% of your decisions when it comes to letting go or keeping pieces in your closet. It's simple and ridiculously effective:

Does it serve you? I wrote an article on Popsugar about this exact topic. You can read it and see how I used my guide to let go of over 100 items in my personal closet. 

If something serves you, it should stick around for the long haul. If you have a dress that you feel confident in every time you wear it, by all means, keep it and buy five more in the same shape or print or both. On the other hand, if you have pieces in your closet that don't fit well, don't feel good on, or worse, you feel very 'meh' about after trying them on, you should ask yourself why you're still holding on?

Why hold onto something in your closet that makes you feel anything less than good when you wear it?

Why hold on to anything in your life that makes you feel anything less than good while you're at it?

Hmmmm....

 Get the Closet Organization Crash Course kindle book today and in less than 24 hours, open the doors to the clutter-free closet you've always wanted. 

Get the Closet Organization Crash Course kindle book today and in less than 24 hours, open the doors to the clutter-free closet you've always wanted. 



Featured on POPSUGAR!! That Time I Let the World See Inside My Closet...

About a month ago I pitched an article, "The 3 Closet Commandments You Should Never Break" to Popsugar Fashion.

I sat down last weekend to start writing it and everything I wrote kept falling flat. I was in the final stages of publishing my kindle book, Closet Organization: The Crash Course, and thought now would be as good a time as any to practice what I preach. 

For years clients and friends have asked to see MY closet. Well, here it is.

I brought the book into my closet and in two hours, well, read the feature on Popsugar and you will see not only what's going on inside my San Francisco-based closet but also the one question I asked that helped me let go of over 100 items in my closet. Check it out:

 source: popsugar.com

source: popsugar.com

You + 4 Hours + This Book = The Organized Closet You've Been Talking About for Months

The new Closet Organization Crash Course kindle book is LIVE!

And I've already used it on my own closet, before and after pictures of which I put on blast for um, the world to see here.

Why is that so amazing? I'll tell you. This one little kindle book will show you:

  • How 1 question can clear out everything you have been scared to let go of for the past few years
  • How to turn your closet into a grab & go situation so you can simplify getting dressed every day and not have to think about what to wear
  • How to clean out the clutter so you can discover more outfits that have been there all along; do more with less

And it will do all of that in less than 24 hours

If you want REAL change to occur, start with the head and not just the hanger. My approach to closet organization is inside-out. The perfect complement to the Crash Course is my free 21-Day writing challenge. Sign up below and start today:

ONE-A-DAYS: 1 Closet Tip That Will Get You One Step Closer to Your Ultimate Closet Today (WATCH TIME: 4 MIN, 9 SEC)

One-a-days are my quick tip videos that dive into The Ultimate Closet Guide a bit deeper so you can get the wardrobe organization ball rolling.

Today's video is all about one quick move you can make TODAY that will make it that much easier to get your 'ultimate' closet up and running. The tip? Prep. Right, obviously that's, well, obvious. But I'm focusing on prep in terms of setting yourself up to make some cash while you clean things out. Nothing makes letting go of pieces you never wear easier than knowing you can make a quick buck doing it right? Watch and get inspired!

Wanna Know What's In My Ultimate Closet e-Toolkit? Yea ya do...

โ€œThe goal isnโ€™t for you to buy more. In 30 days, this guide will empower you and get you excited about what you can do with what you already have. โ€ -me

Fine, great, soooooo how do you pull that off? With the Ultimate Toolkit. Click the pic below to get a preview of everything packed into the pages of my interactive workbook: