Wardrobe Muck Out In 5 Steps For Sunday Service
Another Sunday is fast approaching – when we all have to be in church. It is time for a fresh start! But there is an issue hanging persistently on, rushing to get to church in due time or getting to church really late.
Getting to choose what to wear has been an issue and today we will help you avoid and solve the issue once and for all. First what you are thinking we will be helping you with is really not what it is.
We have someone else in mind: your wardrobe!
There are downright philosophical essays about how to put an end to chaos. We say, "Just get started!" And have a hands-on tutorial for those who want to spend an afternoon exhausting with little effort. Are you there? Then go ahead! You have to be ready before Sunday. This will make you get dressed in 5 minutes on a regular Sunday
STEP 1: MAKE MOOD
The first step is simple: make tea, provide nourishment and play your favorite gospel music. Then it starts! Get everything out of the closet. Whether you get reinforcements from a friend, your sister or your daughter, or take care of yourself alone, the main thing is that it's fun. Then, when a pile of clothes pile up on your bed or floor, wipe the closet thoroughly and go to step 2.
With a minimum of effort, you can dump your wardrobe thoroughly
STEP 2: THE CARTON SYSTEM
The procedure is simple: You take five boxes and label them as follows:
- DONATE / GIVEN
It is best to paint a large warning triangle on the SUPPLEMENT carton, because if you really want to dump it, it's quick Decisions are the main ingredient and only in exceptional cases is an extra time to think.
Mop out the wardrobe
STEP 3: HAND ON THE HEART
The third step is the most beautiful and difficult at the same time: They take each piece of clothing individually in their hands and decide courageously about his future.
Regularly worn clothes and your favorites for special occasions come in the KEEP box - so far so good. And when the long-forgotten blue blouse makes your heart beat faster, you can pull it into the SUPERIOR carton.
If you miss her over the next three months, you may remove the blouse under the strict condition of putting it on immediately. But what remains after three months untouched in the box is mercilessly given in the collection of used clothes. Branded clothes, short-selling and high-quality items such as coats or clothes that do not fit or that you, hand on heart, just do not wear anymore, come in the SELLER box.
Well-preserved T-shirts, blouses or pants that you have not been wearing for at least a year will be placed in the donation box. Honestly, for a clear and personal style, you should not have to look for matching pieces underneath mountains of unworn clothing. Less is more! Damaged and worn clothing should be placed in the DAMAGE box.
STEP 4: THE NEW ORDER
The fourth step is all about the KEEP box. Sort all items of clothing into the closet as you see fit, for example, your suits, hats, colors or sleeve lengths, accessories, occasion or everyday suitability.
The main thing is a clear overall picture, so you see right away what you have. Create order in your wardrobe
STEP 5: GET AND GIVE JOY
The fifth step takes place against the wonderful backdrop of a well-stocked wardrobe! Look first into the donation box: The bright green wool sweater would flatter the red hair of your best friend? Giving makes you happy and is sustainable!
The rest of the clothes you put in the clothes closet or the old clothes container. Attention: Make sure the container really belongs to a charitable organization like the Red Cross. Finally, look inside the wardrobe and you know what you really need! if you miss a thing remember we always get you covered in church suits, church hats,and accessories.
Now you will be amazed how quickly what you have just done will help you get ready for church on Sunday.
Hope This Helped