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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

7 Effective Ways to Cut Clutter in 2019

7 Effective Ways to Cut Clutter in 2019 Does it feel like you're swimming against a never-ending tide of stuff? Make this the year to start living clutter-free.

The very personal stuff in our homes is the hardest to lose but unless it ‘sparks joy in your heart’, says Marie Kondo , you should get rid of it . Here she tells us seven ways to effectively deal with the detritus of family life.

I ’d heard about Marie Kondo , a Japanese organizing consultant, from friends who spoke evangelically about her methods and how they’d transformed their lives. Only then, Kondo says, will you have reached the nirvana of housekeeping, and never have to clean again.

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.)

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.

Marie Kondo 's best-selling book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, has changed the way Kondo owes it to an early-in-life fondness for all things neat, a passion that's informed some of her In the wake of Kondo 's partnership with eBay, we asked the doyenne of de- cluttering for some choice

How to use the KonMari Organization Method to organize paper clutter in your home once and for all. After dealing with an excess of clutter for years, I wanted to whip my house into shape. So, I decided to tackle the KonMari method of organizing from Marie Kondo ’s The Life-Changing Magic of

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.)

Related Video: New Ways to Declutter If Everything Seems to Be 'Sparking Joy' (Provided by: Buzz60)

How Marie Kondoing Your Kitchen Can Help You Lose Weight, According to a Nutritionist.
Decluttering your kitchen has a surprising advantage that goes way beyond organization. Turns out, it can seriously improve your diet and even help you lose weight. By now, you’re probably well aware that tidying your living spaces is a thing, thanks to our latest lifestyle guru Marie Kondo and her bestselling book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, and Netflix series, Tidying Up With Marie Kondo. And yes, the rumors are true, having a tidy home really can make you feel lighter (both mentally and physically).

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