Another Closet Trick - Avoid overwearing clothes...

This blog is no stranger to closet-related posts - there's the Smart Closet for the woefully unfashionable, and the process-as-product technique to find clothes you never wear. This one is another technique, and a well-designed one which could really help people who need it. Susan Shellberg writes on RealSimple: "I reorganized my clothes closet so that all outfits are grouped together. I am not a morning person, and I do not like standing around, naked and cold, trying to decide what to wear. I just grab the first outfit on the right side and put it on. At the end of the day, I hang the clothes up on the left side. This way, all my clothes are rotated, so I wear them all and never overwear my favorites." She's right, that for non-morning people, trying to make a decision just after waking up which involves fashion judgment and a memory task is no picnic. This technique can take your brain out of the process - leaving it free to, you know, make sure you put everything on right-side-out and not backwards. Now where's my coffee...?
[via Lifehacker]

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