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Packing. UGH. The thought of packing up all my clothes into one tiny dorm closet gives me hives. How are you supposed to pack up 18 years of your life into one little, bitty space? The average dorm room closet is approximately 24” deep x 36” wide x 84” high. Now, I know what you are thinking and yes, it is tiny. That is why maximizing your space is key.
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Get rid of things that you do not need (AKA all those clothes that are a bit too tight that you are holding on to until you lose a bit. You do not need that added stress).
Only pack a few of everything. I know you are thinking – how am I going to live without my 15 pairs of yoga leggings? It’s a harsh reality to live, but it will save you the headache of trying to jam all those leggings into a drawer.
Grab yourself some closet organizers to help divide up your tiny space to fit everything.
Take a deep breath, relax. It’s going to be fine. You can survive minimally, right? Well, just think of it this way. It’s only a year and then you can move off campus and find a giant closet and not even worry about this. HA! But seriously, organizing your closet effectively you can take way more than you think. With all of these organizational solutions, you won’t be saying goodbye to all 15 of your leggings, maybe just two of them?
Set up your new space and enjoy yourself and maybe you won’t be embarrassed if your mom decides to stop by.
Laura Sirk is a Marketing Manager at mDesign
and loves all things organization and cats. She’s one cat away from being a cat lady. MEOW!
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Jul 12, 2019
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