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Not only does your zodiac sign say a lot about your closet cleaning habits but your star sign can also indicate what your organisational characteristics. Whether you’re a hoarder, minimalist or anything in between, your clothes have to all live somewhere. So, your cleaning habits will certainly impact how you access your closet & whether you’re really allowing your style to thrive. Good closet cleaning habits require discipline whether you’re minimally inclined or not. If you always feel overwhelmed, you have to change your mind set before you can change your environment. And you can only do this by first understanding that a cluttered place makes for a cluttered mind, and a clean and clear space makes for a… well you get the point.
Now even if you’re a hoarder, there can be a method to the madness. A system where you can still realistically classify your space as “an organised mess” but that’s still means it has to be truly organised. Every ton of it.
The fun infographic titled “Organised Mess” by furniture-work.co.uk is all about the organisational characteristics of the star signs in the Zodiac. It is a good read and a great laugh whether you identify with the traits for your sign or not.
Star sign readings are the best when they are on the mark but regardless, curiosity always gets the better of us wanting to know what they predict. So be sure to check out what your star sign says about your organisational skills, albeit tongue in cheek.
HOW TO HONE YOUR CLOSET CLEANING HABITS
Regardless of your zodiac sign, organisation is all about efficiency and order which is supposed to make things easier for you in your daily home or work life and closet cleaning habits. If you find that you’re constantly stressed even doing the simplest of chores, there’s probably a lack of organisation in the scheme of things. Positive closet cleaning habits not only help you have a functional space but continually perfect your wardrobe.
1 | DECLUTTERING
Firstly, decluttering & narrowing down everything you have to only the things you NEED, & LOVE will start the process off quickly. And while it may be extremely tough at first, it will make you more efficient with your future decision making. Get rid of things that don’t serve you, serve a purpose or bring you joy. Additionally, if you haven’t used the item in the last year, you most likely don’t need it.
2 | SORTING
Once you’ve got only the things you’ll need, use & enjoy, sort them into easily accessible areas, easy to see & reach. Because if you pack that Nirvana t-shirt away in your loft, chances are you’ll never wear it again. Similarly, if you pack your stationary away in the storage cupboard, you’ll be at the stationary store in a week, because you’ll forget you already have 3 staplers.
3 | TIDYING
You’ll find that the less things & more organisation you have, the easier tidying & planning becomes & therefore less fuss. With having less stuff, scattered items will look more out of place when you don’t put them away. Rather than when they were nestled amongst the other 30 pairs you used to have lying across your
4 | EDITING
Strangely, you’ll also find it easier to make more choices with less stuff. You’ll also no longer get a headache just from planning how you’re going to organise masses of stuff because you’ll no longer have masses of stuff. It’s certainly easier to be messy when you have so much stuff because everything just blends in. But having only what’s important naturally forces you to be organised because you can see everything a lot easier. P.S. shoving it all into a closet so no one can see it isn’t organisation, it’s a facade.