I haven't been working as a nurse for six years now, but I was glad that I did not need a new wardrobe in the writing field. I've been known to work in my pajamas on more than one occasion. I don't try to make that a regular deal, however. Getting up, getting dressed, going to work are important, even if you work from home.
Next week, I am going to a convention and neither pajamas nor jeans and T-shirts really work. Do to my illness I've lost a good deal of weight (and you DO NOT want to lose weight that way). In other words, the business casual section of my closet (which is actually the dressy section if I'm being truthful) is depleted. But I have been very reluctant to invest in clothes because I am hoping that I will miraculously get well and need all those clothes. I did a little organizing trick where I put all my things after they were washed on the hangers with the curved part of the hanger facing the wrong way. Then, if I wore something and washed it, then the next time, I would hang it the correct way. This is a good technique to see what you are wearing on a regular basis.
almost dressed for success.
What about you? Have you cleaned a closet lately? Let go of things you haven't worn in years?