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Home & GardenMind Blown: Marie Kondo Admits to Having Clutter…And Offers One Tip for How to Deal With It

20:40  29 january  2019
20:40  29 january  2019 Source:   purewow.com

Marie Kondo Explains Why Tidying Up Is Such Big Part Of Japanese Culture

Marie Kondo Explains Why Tidying Up Is Such Big Part Of Japanese Culture If there’s one person who knows about tidying up, it’s Marie Kondo. The Japanese tidying expert gained widespread popularity in the U.S. back in 2014, when her first book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, was released. The “decluttering guru,” as she’s been dubbed, is now making headlines once again thanks to her newly released Netflix series.

As for tidying queen Marie Kondo ? Well, for her we envision streamlined closets, shoes neatly put away And here’s her refreshing tip for what to do when you feel overwhelmed by clutter (which And actually, despite appearances, the show's participants tackle their clutter in one month, thereby

When we think about our favorite TV stars, we like to imagine their homes to be pristine examples of what they preach. Meaning we assume that Ina Garten

Mind Blown: Marie Kondo Admits to Having Clutter…And Offers One Tip for How to Deal With It© MK Sadler

When we think about our favorite TV stars, we like to imagine their homes to be pristine examples of what they preach. Meaning we assume that Ina Garten’s fridge is always perfectly stocked, Jonathan Van Ness has an entire drawer dedicated to dry shampoo and Emilia Clarke definitely has a few dragon eggs lying around.

As for tidying queen Marie Kondo? Well, for her we envision streamlined closets, shoes neatly put away and every sock perfectly paired. And we bet she never has to run around her house wondering where the damn keys are. (Just us?)

But as it turns out, the Tidying Up with Marie Kondo star revealed in the hit Netflix show that even her own home gets messy sometimes. Yes, it's true—even the organization guru herself has junk lying around her house on occasion. And here’s her refreshing tip for what to do when you feel overwhelmed by clutter (which let's be honest, happens weekly): Walk away or just go to bed, because you can always pick up where you left off tomorrow. (We told you it was doable.)

I Tried Marie Kondo's Tidying Up Method—and It Had a Serious Impact on My Happiness

I Tried Marie Kondo's Tidying Up Method—and It Had a Serious Impact on My Happiness Can decluttering your home really change your life? Kondo says that some of her clients have lost weight or had their skin clear up, possibly due to the "detoxifying" effects of purging your home. Sounds too good to be true? I tried her methods myself, and while I haven't experienced any miraculous effects (yet!), I can say that it has made me a whole lot happier in my home. Here's what I learned. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.

NEXT ARTICLEMind Blown : Marie Kondo Admits to Having Clutter … And Offers One Tip for How to Deal With It . Just be sure to wipe off any product buildup on the plates first and be mindful of temperature settings (cotton = high heat; silk = low heat).

Marie Kondo can help anyone achieve a higher level of organization without too much extra effort. Beyond the whole "sparking joy" idea, the show offers several great organizing tips . I have to admit , this part of the show makes me queasy. How does Kondo 's tidying techniques deal with tech clutter ?

And actually, despite appearances, the show's participants tackle their clutter in one month, thereby proving Kondo's point. Which when you think about it, totally makes sense. The whole concept behind the KonMari method is to feel gratitude for every item that you own (even saying thank-you to the items that you plan on throwing away)—something that’s hard to accomplish in a single weekend.

In other words? It’s a marathon, not a race. And Marie Kondo is officially giving you permission to take your sweet time while sorting through all your joy-sparking ephemera. (No promises that you still won't lose a sock in the laundry, though.)

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