One of the traits of a VIP is they don’t waste time. They dwell in a neat and organized environment that enhances their lifestyle.
One of the exercises to develop your VIP “muscle” is to organize your wardrobe, and clean out the closet.Now contrary to a lot of the how to clean the closet sites, you don’t need to do it all at once, you don’t need to devote a significant block of a day’s time towards achieving this.
After all you should have better things to do on your agenda. So you do your keep or toss closet activities in regular but short bursts.
In assessing what to use or lose, you ask yourself the following questions?
Does this item fit me? If you have pants from days when your waistline was four inches smaller, donate them to someone who has a chance in fitting into them. Rather optimistic to think that any time soon you will be back in that size. Not impossible, but not very bloody likely either.
Do I even like to wear this thing? Your answer lies in how many times in the last twelve months you put it on and walked out into the world. If the answer is zero, donate the item.
Does this item reflect my new VIP bachelor image? Yes, keep, no, donate. Is this item damaged beyond inexpensive repair? If yes, toss it, do not donate garbage. How do I feel putting this on? VIP or DOA? If the former, keep, if the latter, donate.
Spend five minutes a day on this, and you will get this done in no more than a month, and probably in a lot less time.
Now donate where?
My suggestion is you donate to one of the organizations that use the clothes to benefit our veterans. Here’s one I have used
Now, check out this video clip for some inspiration to get out of the closet.