When clearing your closet, consider the positive impacts of clearing space, not the negatives. Instead of thinking that, "I have to get rid of this," consider thinking, "I'm making space for other opportunities if I let go of this." I'm not the only one who feels this is an easier way to consider opening space and letting go of stuff.
June Saruwatari, author of Behind the Clutter: Truth. Love. Meaning. Purpose. (a book I own and highly recommend, by the way), writes, "It's a way to know yourself on a deeper level by thinking about what you really want and need. You're making space for whatever life is going to bring next. If you don't love something, set it free. It's going to make someone else feel like a million bucks."
I mean, c'mon. Who doesn't want to make someone else feel like a million bucks?!?
If you're feeling overwhelmed by your closet and don't know where to start, I'm here. Contact me and we'll tackle the project together.