Disorder and clutter wreck havoc in our already hectic lives. Waking up to chaos can be the trigger that creates the tiny irritation snowball that grows throughout the day to become the huge stress avalanche. We've all experienced this and can give plenty of such
examples at the drop of a hat: Please share them with us in the comments below.
Having order in my life, and closet in particular, gives me a smooth transition from a restful night to the busy day ahead. Seemingly unimportant things, such as a messy pile of clothes, can play an important role in our day. Funny but true.
So, how can you avoid irritation in the morning, at least when opening your closet? This video shows you how to organise your tops in the most simple way, by colour. I explain why the dark colours should be at the bottom of the pile and the lightest ones at the top.
This is not a tip that will challenge the future of mankind, I know. But if this tip helps you feel a little calmer and serene in the mornings, then my work here is done.
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