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The 3-second trick: this is how we organized the closet for the winter - without fear of lack of space - Walla! Home and design

2021-11-28T22:30:02.177Z

Can't get rid of any item in the closet? A house organizer reveals a trick for organizing the wardrobe and reducing its contents - and it will only take you 3 seconds



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The 3-second trick: this is how we organized the closet for the winter - without fear of lack of space

Can't get rid of any item in the closet?

A house organizer reveals a trick for organizing the wardrobe and reducing its contents - and it will only take you 3 seconds

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This is how you sort clothes according to the three-second law (@kayleenkellyorganize)

Even though it's still warm, the clouds in the sky suggest that late winter fashion is finally coming and with it the most tiring task of all - changing a wardrobe: taking all the warm clothes out of the attic and making decisions - what goes back to the closet and what goes to the bin / donation. House organizer Kaylin Kelly claims to have a trick in her hand that will help you tidy up your wardrobe and reduce its contents - using the 3-second method.



"It's a tool I created that helps my clients make safe and quick decisions when they 'purify' their closet," says Kaylene Kelly in a video she posted on Tiktok. She then demonstrates: "You collect every T-shirt you have and put them in a pile. Now you're going to make a decision about each shirt - if so, keep it, if not - it's going." So what exactly is the trick? She says the decision must be made in just 3 seconds. If there is any hesitation - the shirt has moved to the group of clothes that are kept.



"It works great because when you have that time limit, you make decisions from the belly and do not give the brain time to provide you with all the reasons why you need to keep the shirt on," Kailin said. A little excitement for this process, which can be exhausting and slow. "

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That's how she does it

@kayleenkellyorganize Reply to @cynthia_notcyndi 3 Second Rule Explained.

#professionalorganizer #declutter #adhdtiktok #adhdorganizing #neurodivergent #organizinghacks ♬ original sound - Kayleen Kelly, Home Organizer

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This is what an arrangement of clothes according to the three-second law looks like:

@kayleenkellyorganize 3 Second Rule Declutter Method!

#howto #declutter #closetorganization #fyp #foryou ♬ SHIMMY SONGTRADR 30 HIT WONDER - Artist manager manager

The professional home organizer also noted that the trick works great for those with ADHD and those with neurological diversity.

"It ensures comfortable and safe decisions about your clothing items," she concluded.

This is what her closet looks like:

@kayleenkellyorganize How I organize my closet to keep it functional for me #adhdorganization #closetorganization #adhdtiktok #closettips #organizingtips #functional #howto ♬ Back In Your Life (Instrumental) - Track and Field

Many people in the comments were eager to try her three-second trick, with one explicitly stating how stressed she was from the moment she would have to part with her old clothes.

For people like her, cleaning expert Vicky Silverthorn has previously shared with the British Sun her advice to those who find it difficult to part with his clothes: "Many of us make the mistake of putting a sentimental stamp on items, simply because we have them for a long time," she says. She said, "But always ask yourself, 'Is this my taste? Do I have a place for it? And am I going to use it?'

"In most cases, your answer will be 'No.' Save only the items you really like."

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