Friday, June 17, 2011

Simplify Your Life ~ Storing baby/kid clothes

When you have a baby you get so many different sizes for maybe even up to 12 months.  A big part of the organizing process is organizing all these clothes.  This will require storing off-season items. It’s important to have a system for this so you don’t stash something away and then forget that you have it.  Only keep the current size that your kids are wearing in their closet.  This helps cut down on the clutter.  Store off-season clothes in labeled bins.  Otherwise, they get stashed in random corners around the house until you “get around” to putting them away in that obscure storage corner on the top shelf in the wash room, or wherever.   I prefer under-the-bed clear storage bins so that they are usually accessible on those unusually cold or hot days.   Once organized now you have a spot to store all those future clothes that you scored on the clearance rack.  No more throwing them at the bottom on their closet & forgetting about them.

Happy Organizing!


Simplify Your Life Organizing is dedicated to providing affordable organizing services for the average family. No job too big or too small.  We help you organize one pile at a time.  We help you set goals, create order & establish a strategy that will help you stay organized. We provide one-on-one assistance to get your life in control. You will have less stress & more space!  You can contact me at 856-912-7969 or 

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