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  • Kristin Klemish

    Good Idea... In January, turn all of your hangers backwards, like this.  Each time you wear an item, hang it back up in the normal fashion, which takes zero effort to remember or do.  In June, any item that is still hanging backwards has not been worn in 6 months and can be donated!

  • Michelle Brown

    **Been meaning to do this for a long time. Good idea, may try this. Every January, turn all of the hangers in your closet backwards, like this.  It takes about 60 seconds: Each time you wear an item, hang it back up in the normal fashion, which takes zero effort to remember or do.  In June, any item that is still hanging backwards has not been worn in 6 months, so donate. *** I guess this is assuming out of season clothes have been put away.

  • Mallory Archer

    On Jan. 1st, turn all your hangers backwards. As you wear clothes, turn the hanger around. Anything that is still backwards in say a year- toss- SUCH a good idea! I would say even after 6 months!

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