One of the drawbacks to apartment living is those sometimes small -- and in some cases, nonexistent -- closets.
6. Maximize space and utility Once you've figured out which items have made the cut, rethink the structure of your space
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How many times have you walked into your closet and thought, "I have nothing to wear" all while you're staring at a closet that is overflowing with clothes? You then frantically search for an outfit that ends up being the same old thing you always wear.
Trying to realistically think of a number for how much money you've got sitting in your closet -- the collected amount you've spent on dresses, jeans and shoes -- can be terrifying. If you're brave, take a second to think about how much money you think you have sitting in your closet.
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The most life-changing resolutions for the New Year are sometimes the simplest -- like organizing your closet, which will