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Decluttering Your Clothes SeasonallyIt’s that time of year for us up here in the northern hemisphere, where seasons are changing and we start to haul out our cool summer clothing…and stash away, for a few months, the cold weather garments that keep up warm in the cold Canadian winters.

I typically use this time to go through my clothes and get rid of anything that I did not wear over the season that just passed and release anything that no longer fits- whether it physically no longer fits or it just does not fit who I am now.  If I have not worn it through the past season, I let it go. If I wore it once or twice but didn't really love it, I let it go. 

My biggest advice to any client is the constant reminder to be living in the NOW, ask yourself these questions:

  • What do you USE NOW in your life
  • What do you NEED NOW
  • What do you LOVE NOW


Perhaps the stuff cluttering up your closet was a perfect fit in seasons passed, but in life we are always changing and so do our needs, tastes and desires.  What good is a piece of clothing that hangs in the closet and never sees the light of day? 

Be grateful for all that you have, thank all your clothing for the use that you got out of them and release all those that you no longer need.  Releasing them to allow them to go on to their next assignment and clear that dead energy out of your space.

If you have stuff that you bought but never wore – because it just did not look as good once you got it home - be thankful for the experience of shopping for it and buying it…maybe that was all it was suppose to be for you.  Now release it from your space!

Switching seasonal clothing is a perfect time to evaluate what you wear NOW and release the unused stuff.

Happy Decluttering

Kim