Save Space . . . Organize Your Closet Shelves!

Save Space . . . Organize Your Closet Shelves!

Are wishing you could save space? It’s not that hard, organize your closet shelves! Just follow these tips and you will have a great start!

Step #1 – Do One Shelf at a Time

Either start with the shelf that will make the most difference or start with the one you can be most successful at. On my Facebook pictures, you can see I started with the messiest shelf and then worked upward to the blue bins.

Step #2 – Label a Shelf or Bin When You Finish

Labeling what you organize immediately is one of the secrets to staying organized. It also helps you cut your clean up time in half if you put it away right before you put it down.

Step #3 – Donate Immediately What You Don’t Like or Use

Donations and getting things right out of the closet and your home will give you a sense of accomplishment and keep it from migrating back into your closet. Learn to love clean space and put things away to keep it that way.

Did you know this fact about how well people listen to you?
“In order to develop trust and believability it is

7% what you say
38% how you say it and
55% what you looked like when you said it!”

Wow! Now that’s a reason to organize your closet to look good when you walk out the door each morning! 

Organize Your Closet Like a Pro

Do You Have Closet Chaos?

Do you want a closet that looks nice and makes it easy to get dressed every morning?

The “Organize Your Closet Like a Pro” course will show you exactly how to organize your closet so you can find what you need, take the guesswork out of what to wear, and walk out the door looking your best each day. Don’t stress another minute trying to get dressed . . . get it organized like a Pro!



  1. [email protected] Accessories November 2, 2012 at 4:54 pm - Reply

    Using bins really very useful to organize and put together
    each stuff.thanks for the tips.

  2. Yesenia Cuddy September 22, 2013 at 9:56 pm - Reply

    We live in a condo and have regular closets. I would kill to have a walk in closet. Right now we use the second bedroom that’s also our home office for storage. It’s really pathetic. We keep our seasonal stuff packed in Fresh Direct boxes. We are about to install our new custom closet bought from Toronto, Canada I will surely take these ideas into consideration. Thanks a bunch for your share.

    • admin October 19, 2013 at 8:02 pm - Reply

      Closet organizing systems seem like expensive but they really help! And the company usually helps you maximize your space with diagrams. Keep us posted on how it’s going – and give away the cardboard boxes!

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