If you are in a committed relationship and sharing space with a SO, then you understand the importance of the closet culling. My latest culling was triggered by Mark's avocado shirt. This shirt was purchased 14 years ago and used to be a different color green. Not only is it faded, but the neck is worn and the cuffs are frayed. I took it out of the dryer for the one millionth time and as I started to automatically put it on a hanger, I stopped myself. In my outdoor voice, in the privacy of my own home, I shouted to no one in particular, "No! I will not put this fashion abomination back into the rotation!"

That single decision lead to a week long closet culling that resulted in the elimination of approximately half of my husband's wardrobe.

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I also looked at my own fashion shortcomings and accepted that I will never again fit into my jeans from 1992. I also donated all of the online shopping mistakes that have been waiting to be returned over the past three years. I am not good at returning clothes, especially if I need to mail them.

All of my hard work resulted in an organized closet. We even hung Mark's flannel shirts.

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