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    Erin Carlyle added this to Professional Organizing Tips for 6 Situations You May FaceJan 7, 2019

    6. You’re Overwhelmed by Your ThingsTackling an organizing project can be daunting. Making decisions about your belongings, especially if they’re sentimental, is often mentally exhausting. In fact, a sense of being overwhelmed may be the most common experience we face when thinking about decluttering. And frankly, it can apply to and overlay any of the specific life situations outlined above. If you’re decluttering on your own, I recommend you follow a few simple rules to maximize your precious time and safeguard your mental energy.Break down your possessions into categories that are as small as possible — for example, T-shirts instead of all tops, or magazines instead of all reading material. That way, only a small part of your home is in disarray at a time.Schedule time to focus on decluttering. I suggest starting with four-hour chunks — enough time to get on a roll but not so long that it leaves you mentally and physically exhausted the next day. Remove distractions. If you can, arrange for baby sitters or pet sitters and commit yourself to not engaging in nonemergency phone calls and texts.Even if you’re inherently organized, your available time may not be sufficient for you to assess your current systems and change them to better suit your needs. For instance, if you previously entered your home through the garage but now use the front door, it might make sense to relocate some items to an entryway cabinet. Perhaps you no longer entertain often and can now consider moving some of your dinnerware out of a prime kitchen cabinet. While these situations may sound straightforward, making decisions, planning your space and physically relocating items does take time and mental energy. If you’re lacking either, it may be time to call in a professional organizer to objectively evaluate, plan and customize your space.More on Houzz10 Times to Hire a Professional OrganizerBrowse photos for ideas and inspirationFind a pro to help with your home projectShop for home products

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    Jean Osachuk added this to My ideasOct 3, 2019

    Closet idea like the pull out under shirts

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    Kimberly Horst added this to My BedroomSep 28, 2019

    Plenty of room to hang clothes... but on half of it I would only put rod on top so you can hang dresses... other half would do top and bottom.

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    Kimberly Horst added this to My ideasSep 27, 2019

    Plenty of room for clothes one side though I would do just the top rod so I can hang dresses on... but the other side would do both top and bottom

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    Chris Kirk added this to Closet IdeasAug 25, 2019

    Sections. Add long hanging in between

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