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3 Steps To Spring Clean Those Heels, Boots And Flats

For those of you who love organizing things, then Spring cleaning is right up your alley. Out with old and in with the new is your mantra. Of course Spring is the perfect time to assess what you have stashed in your closet.

It's the perfect time to do a little cleaning, sorting and organizing. Once you get it done, you'll feel great. You'll feel like you've accomplished something once you de-clutter your closet.

So, Here's a quick way to get you started. Pull out all of your heels, boots, flats and tennis shoes and sandals. It doesn't matter if you have them in boxes or not. You will have 3 separate piles or stacks. Now, you can't think long or you'll think wrong.

1. Keep - You will wear these shoes again. You absolutely love them.
2. Pitch - You don't like them anymore.
3. Donate - You don't know the last time you wore these shoes. Then try donating them to Good Will or a woman's shelter.

Once you get your shoe sorting done, then quickly bag up the shoes you plan to throw away and put them in the garbage can in the garage. Then put the shoes you'll donate into another dark plastic plastic bag and put them in your trunk to take to the donation site.

So, there you go. I hope this helps you get started.

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You Don't Have To Be Irish To Enjoy These...

March 17th is St. Patrick's day. I remember when I was in grade school, I used to enjoy this holiday. There were shamrocks hanging from the ceiling and everyone wore the color green. We sang this song called "Shamrock." It was such a fun song, I can still remember all of the lyrics to this day.

I'm not Irish. I don't celebrate the day nor am I a fan of green beer or any other kind of beer. That doesn't mean that I'm not a fan of the color green.

Spring is coming up and the color green is considered one of the trending colors for Spring 2013. So, I thought I'd scour one of my favorite online shoe stores for  regular size and large size shoes in verde. For you non-spanish speaking ladies, verde is green in spanish.

When you think of the color green, you're not limited to the ever popular hunter green. There are several shades of green like: olive, chartreuse, mint, lime, forest, bright green, teal, apple green,pistachio, shamrock green and more.

Don't you love these lime green VIA SPIGA Women's Cynna from

So, it's true. You don't have to be Irish or celebrate St. Paddy's day to enjoy these green shoes.

Shop for more Fun green sandals, heels, pumps and more at up to size 12.

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