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5 Ways to Organize Your Clothes Closet

#1 Think Seasonally             

You don’t need big jackets in the summer and certainly don’t need a swimsuit in this weather in the winter. Consider organizing your closet seasonally or putting jackets away in the summer time and swim suits away in the wintertime. 

#2 Donation Time!  

Do you have clothes that no longer fit, or some you say you’ll wear again but haven’t in a few years? It might be time to get rid of them and donation is a great way to help out our community in the process.

#3 Take Advantage of Motivation    

We all have random times of motivation that hit throughout the day/week, take advantage of this extra energy to organize a small portion of your closet! 

#4 Out of Sight, Out of Mind       

It’s easy to shut the door on your closet and say you’ll worry about it later, or completely forget about it! Instead of waiting for motivation to hit, you can schedule even a small block of time to dive in and organize. 

#5 Sort, Sort, Sort!                 

The way you decide to sort your clothes is completely up to you, just make sure you do it! Having a clean and organized closet can give you peace of mind and make finding clothes when getting ready that much easier! 

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Nathan Svoboda President
I was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska. I grew up around construction, remodeling, maintenance and all of that, my dad was one of those fix anything types and so we never called someone to come work on the house. I also was able to tag along with my dad when he had a job of his own to complete that had to do with construction or remodel or repair. Throughout high school and college I worked in the trades doing everything from carpentry to concrete in both residential and commercial applications. I also ran my own cabinet shop while in high school and college and knew that I wanted to work for myself and go out on my own in business, I graduated with a Bachelors of science in business administration and small busienss management in 2014. I met my wife Danielle while working maintenance for our churches summer camp, Danielle and her family were all from Wichita Kansas. After graduation I married Danielle and we moved to Wichita Kansas to start our own journey. I started Wichita Home works in 2015 with just one main floor kitchen remodel and one guy doing the work, it went very well and the rest is history. We built some key relationships along the way while learning and building wichita home works, we spun off quite a few businesses and divisions such as Integrity trade services, and complete concrete solutions, mainly out of necessity. We found it increasingly difficult to find trades that would live up to our high expectations and therefore we decided to do it ourself.

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