02 January 2008

Begin '08 by flushing the "filler" from your closet


Tips on how to identify, eradicate and replace all the unfabulous "filler" cluttering up your closet coming later today...

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

thank god for this. I need closet help BAD.

Brooke said...

I would like to put my name at the top of your list of recipients of discarded items!

Noelle said...

Is your hair getting longer? Are you growing it out? Just curious!

Brooke said...

That is 100% NOT a picture of Johanna, if that's what you are thinking.

Johanna said...

Brooke to the rescue! Yeah, that is not a photo of me - sorry for not clarifying.

1blueshi1 said...

the REAL way you can tell that pic's not of you is--you would NEVER hang your amazing treasures on those nasty plastic hangers, Johanna!
also, I am totally with you on the closet thing; I used my mom's being here for a week over Christmas to get her to help me purge and I took FOUR huge garbage bags to Goodwill before she left! Such an easy way to lose weight, hehe.

holiday said...

I go through my closet every six months and throw out everything that makes me feel frumpy or less fabulous than I deserve to feel. It generally works for me. Selling stuff on ebay is also a great incentive to get rid of stuff.

Oh...dear me said...

Can't wait, I share mine with DH!!

Teek said...

I gift (to my besties), consign, gift (to those I like less) and then Goodwill, in that order. Anything with tags still on gets returned. Everything goes through the mill at least twice a year. Santa has still failed to bring me a walk in closet so it is a necessity!

If you have any tips on boot storage in limited space, that'd be aces.

Anonymous said...

teek, do you have a job or a hobby or anything? just curious.

Johanna said...

Anonymous 12:48-

If I erased comments, I'd certainly erase yours. Instead, I'll just send you an over-the-Interwebs "WTF?" face.

kiss,
J

Anonymous said...

what's wrong with plastic hangers? they are better than the wire ones, no? wooden hangers are expensive and bulky.

Teek said...

Nope, I live off scraps I find in dumpsters (organic, fat-free scraps only, please!) and shoplift all my clothing. My parole officer doesn't believe it's only a hobby though. *rolls eyes*

okemos pal said...

I have to laugh out loud that someone thought this was a photo of Hannie. The khaki pants, the t shirt, the muffin top, the normal sized arms, I just can't help but titter ;)

Sarah said...

Perfect. I always need help with this topic.