I once had a giant wardrobe with items I only wore occasionally with shoes and accessories for days (maybe even weeks and months 😳). Then Ellie and I moved over a year ago into the home we're in now & it caused me to really take some inventory. Our space is less than 900 square feet with only 1 closet, room for one dresser & no garage (did I mention I have a toddler which equals more stuff lol). So our one closet is for everything including clothes, linens, towels, a vacuum, a broom, a suitcase, hamper, holiday storage & items I'm holding onto for Ell. Not only has this forced me to simplify & live minimally, it has actually made getting ready a breeze for us. Because now we only own items that we wear regularly and if we aren't wearing them then it's off to get donated or passed along to a friend (which is what I'm doing this a.m.). In fact, there's a statistic out there that says people only wear 20% of the clothes they own. So why own it if you're not utilizing it? Don't get caught up in the impulse buying of clothes you really won't wear & items you don't need because in reality they're just "things". What's really important isn't the clothes we have but the people we surround ourselves with, the experiences we gain & the life we lead.