Sort through the clothing hanging in your closet and remove any items that you don’t, won’t, or can’t wear.
Do you own a dress that you wear once or twice a year? Then, that’s something you wear, it doesn’t matter how infrequently.
If your weight tends to fluctuate during the year and you find that you wear items within a range of two or three sizes, that still reflects what you do, will, and can wear.
You don’t need to empty your closet for today's action. And, if you’re concerned that this task will take more time than you have, set a timer for 15-minutes.
At the end of this session, move the bag into your car so you can drop it off for donation this week. (Or, schedule a pickup with a charity and move the bag to a location where other items you’ll be donating on that day can wait.)
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