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2. De-Clutter Your Closet

As you pack up your sweaters, thermal underwear and other winter clothing, set aside a box for items that have not been worn in the last three years. Then do the same as you unpack your spring and summer closet. If there are things that are in poor condition, you can still donate those items to textile recycling. There are organizations that collect usable as well as unusable clothing and shoes. The unusable shoes and textiles can be made into rags or shredded and recycled for other uses. Keep in mind that in Feng Shui, if your closet is full you will have room for nothing new. This applies literally and metaphorically. If your closet is so full, you will have no space to accept new opportunities. There is no room to grow. So, recycle anything that you don’t need, and create a vacuum for the universe to bring something new and fantastic in your life.

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  1. Charles Neslon August 18, 2014 at 2:39 pm

    I liked what you had to say about with opening and cleaning the windows. This is my favorite part of spring cleaning. It seems to make the whole process a lot more bearable to me.

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