And to close out our guest blogger series, Amber is talking about another favorite topic of ours, PARTIES!
Welcome to our newest guest blogger, Ann Marie Stewart, who is all about minimalism! She’s been gracious enough to share some of her tips on how to clear that closet clutter!
Lent coincides with the Spring season which makes it the best time to embrace decluttering while Spring cleaning! If you don’t celebrate lent, no worries, just join us on a 6 week journey of Spring decluttering! In fact, plan a party or a crawfish boil in 6 weeks because a party ALWAYS motivates me to get things done! A black trash bag can hold 40 lbs so let’s see how much “stuff” you can lose in 40 days!
…I quarantined myself to my house and began my recovery. Can you say cabin fever? Holy cow!! This is why I could never live up north. This southern gal needs her sun, fresh air, AND warm temperatures.
While I was cooped up inside, I decided to see what all the fuss was surrounding Marie Kondo’s new Netflix series, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. I am very familiar with the Marie Kondo method, and I am certainly on board with many of her ideas.
Here’s my take away…
Keeping your closet organized can be a challenge, and we know it! Whether you are looking to organize your closet all at once, or you’re wanting to make a few lifestyle changes - we got you covered. Check out these 7 easy tips to making your closet look and feel more organized.
One might think, after the holidays are over so are the sales but not so my friends! Thanks to Mr. John Wanamaker, a savvy Philadelphia entrepreneur who created the “White Sale.” His idea was to promote a “fresh start” for the New Year by having a clean house. Since bed linens and towels were white during this time period, the “White Sale” it was named! That’s why we are kicking off the year by organizing the linen closet.