As you are packing away your summer wardrobe, be realistic and honest about the condition of your clothes and whether you will really wear them again next season. Do as this young lady is doing and review your hosiery and underthings. Throw away those Tshirts with holes in them. Donate the things that don’t “spark joy”. Don’t pack them away for next summer.

(Image credit: Coles Phillips)

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