Which closet organization tools are optional? Which ones are essential? Find out in this blog.
An annual theme for me (and many others!) is how to keep New Year’s resolutions. This week, I share the tools that are helping me, in the hopes that they inspire and help you keep your resolutions too.
You may remember my mentioning cleaning out your closet as Life Hack #1 in January’s blog, Lani’s 5 Favorite Life Hacks. Considering the amount of time we are all spending at home these days, I thought it might be time to revisit the idea in more detail. Having an edited, organized closet, and maintaining it every season, will save you an unimaginable amount of time.
This is the time of year for New Year’s resolutions, or at the very least, consideration of how we would like to make ourselves better next year. This being a shopping and wardrobe blog, we are going to tackle the part of your life we can help you control, your wardrobe. I’ve been getting emails with inquiries like, “I’m a working mom looking to refresh my wardrobe this year,” for a week and it isn’t even New Year’s Eve yet!
I know I know, I should have been the first one in line to watch the new Marie Kondo show on Netflix, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. As usual, if it involves recreation, I am a little late to the game. And then of course I realized within 2 minutes that the show was so applicable to my job as a personal stylist that it could be considered homework! . . The premise of the show is that Marie Kondo and her translator make weekly visits to the family they are working with, leaving the family to do most of …