When it comes to dealing with a bursting closet, we are used to taking out everything we have in it, and dividing them into "keep, toss, and donate" piles. But the downside to this strategy is that it we get sidetracked by our emotional attachment to certain pieces of clothing, making it difficult to part with them even though we haven’t worn them for ages.
Enter the Four-Pile Method: a "new" closet clean-up strategy shared by organizing website Be More with Less. It's so simple, you’d wonder why you haven’t thought of this yourself before. This method is quick, yet allows time to think things over. Scroll down to see how it works!
Bottomline: The method is quite similar to Marie Kondo’s way of spring cleaning—you free your closet of things that don’t ignite happiness anymore. Follow this system so can finally say hello to a much bigger space!
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