Friday, March 14, 2014

It All Started With A Closet Purge...

It all started with a Closet Purge....

Hello Leslie,

I am so glad to be started with your program. I am excited to really get 

I purged my closet today -- have some drawers I didn't get to yet but I took 
2 boxes of clothes to the car. I had a denim jumpsuit that I looked great in 
about 20 pounds (& 20 years) ago. I always thought I'd get back into it some 
day but today -- I finally decided it was time to let it go.  It's going to 
the Salvation Army. 
As I went through my clothes I find that I'm not too bad with the basics -- 
I need a black dress & a pair of neutral colored pants. My black skirt is 
more suited to winter so I could probably use one of those as well. I will 
also be looking for a new suit. The one I had (it is now in the car) had 
several snags on the sleeves -- time for it to go!
What I need is to know what will look good for my body type & my age -- I'm 
61 so I don't want to dress like a teenager but I don't want to look like a 
frumpy grandma either. I'm happy & proud to be a grandma but I want to look 

I'm working at getting in better shape but, as I've heard from 
Flylady, I need to look good while I'm at it. 

Leslie, again I thank you for the service you provide. 

Love & prayers, 

What's in your closet?
Do you have some things in your closet you thought you might wear again 
one day (20 lbs and 20 years ago)? 

Purge your closet, then you can start fresh and build a good core wardrobe with the help of a MSP Personal Profile!


  1. It's just not worth hanging on to the "maybe someday" clothes. By the time you lose the weight, the clothes will be out of style and you'll want new ones anyway! Lol

  2. You are so right Cindy! Our clothes get stale by the time we ever consider wearing a "maybe someday" item. Keeping our closet organized and up-to-date will go a long way in making our mornings (and style) so much easier!


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