One of the disadvantages of living in New York City is that living space is often at a premium: you’re either paying way more for housing, you get less space, or most likely both. This is particularly true with closet space, which some NYC apartments don’t even have built in.
This has forced me to make some difficult wardrobe decisions over the past two years. Silly me, though: I should’ve known there was an easy guide on the Internet to help.
I’d propose a slight adjustment for deciding whether to donate or sell on eBay, but only when the likely used sale value is high enough to be worth the time and effort. Beyond that, this is brilliant!