Secondly separate summer and winter clothes and ones that could fall into both categories I.e thin twinsets. If you are really short of space use those vacuum pack bags that suck all the air out and leave things a quarter of the original size.
Thirdly, look at what you have left. Get rid of anything you don’t like, anything tatty or past it’s best and finally anything you haven’t worn last season.
If you need motivation read The life changing magic of tidying up: the Japanese art of decluttering and organising by Marie Kondo. Good luck 😀👍
- How do you get your children to clean and tidy up after themselves or as part of household chores?
- What is your most hated part of cleaning? Because of this disdain for this particular part, how do you find ways to make that part fun for you?
- What are your favorite cleaning tools and products?
- How do I stick to cleaning room
- What does cleaning up do for you?
- what do you let your mind do while your body does the cleaning?
- How do you keep walls disenfected around your toilets without actually washing them and ruining the paint?
- How do I make myself do dishes
- How often should I clean? I feel lazy if I don’t clean but there’s not much to do after a couple days. What would you recommend?
- What is you’re after work routine to keep things organized?