One of the most common organizing challenges is deciding when it’s time to part with clothes. I’m an organizer and I find it agonizing. We’re all attached to things- you, me, even joy sparking Marie Kondo- and that’s okay. Judging yourself only compounds the problem.There are lots of perfectly understandable reasons why it’s difficult:Maybe you feel badly for buying that expensive piece of clothing that you’ve never worn, now hate and it’s too late to return.Maybe you feel guilty about tossing that heinous sweater your mother gave you for Christmas. Maybe you’ve got a sentimental attachment to a jacket that you haven’t worn in 20 years.Maybe you’re waiting to lose those elusive 15 pounds to fit back into your old favorite jeans.One fun and slightly bonkers suggestion that I myself have been doing these past 5 weeks sheltering in place is to wear something new and different every day. I, like so many others, have a closet full of clothes and wear the same 3 things until they literally disintegrate off my body.So, maybe give it a try. Rediscover your wardrobe. Be your own runway. If nothing else, as the days all seem to blend together under quarantine, at least this will be different. And maybe, just maybe, you’ll discover you can let somethings go.