The Closet Clean-Out Project is finally complete!
In this series, I went over ideas on how to clean your closet’s clutter, then took you through each step of the process of getting those things listed, sold, and out of your house. I got this idea from hearing readers say in the comments how their activewear wardrobes were getting a little out of hand. I absolutely love the process of editing my wardrobe, especially since I’ve figured out how to recoup (most of) my costs and thereby soothe some of the money guilt that sometimes comes with a closet purge. Since I’ve gotten a lot of experience buying and selling bits of my closet, I wanted to pass on what I’ve learned in a way that would be helpful to others dealing with closet overflow. But since selling can be intimidating, I wanted to break things down and make the process approachable even for newbies who have never sold online at all.
Here’s all of the posts in the series, in case you missed one:
Thank you for being a part of the Closet Clean-Out Project! I’d love to hear from you on what was helpful as well as what could’ve been better. If any questions have come up, feel free to ask them in the comments.
If you’ve gotten some listings up for sale, feel free to share a link with us in the comments, too!
I hope that the series helped inspire you to trim your collection and provided you with some good info. If there was something in there that was helpful to you (and I really hope there was!), the most helpful thing to me would be to share any of these posts somewhere–with someone you know, on Pinterest, or wherever.
Thanks again for reading! :)