Have you even stood in front of your wardrobe and come to the decision that you have nothing to wear? Your clothes are too small, too old, too big or the wrong style and colour, the list goes on. You have hung on to every item because one day they will fit again and be back in style. One day never comes and your wardrobe becomes a constant reminder of your bumps and bulges and the spare tyre around your middle. I am tired of the mental chastising I give myself every time open the wardrobe doors, it is a recipe for disaster. Today I decided I no longer wanted all the clothes that that made me feel depressed. I know I have a long way to go and I don't need the fact constantly reinforced. I started working my way through my wardrobe, trying on each item as I went and donated everything that did not currently fit me to charity. Well, all bar some sentimental clothing with I boxed up and two dresses. These two dresses are a size too small and will mark my first mini milestone – dropping a dress size! Every now and then I will try them on so I can see how I am progressing. It has been so long since I have worn a dress with confidence; my usual trademark is a tunic and tights. I must say spring cleaning has been particularly uplifting and cleansing in more ways than one this year.