The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying

by Marie Kondo

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The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying

by Marie Kondo


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  • Respecting New and Existing Belongings

    Once a house is tidied, it does not mean that purchasing new objects is out of the question. When purchases are made, they need to be de-tagged and put away in their proper places. Leaving tags on objects is almost like saying, “I don’t know if I really want you here” and leaves the item without a r

  • How to choose: What Doesn't Spark Joy

    There may be a cashmere sweater with the tags still on folded in the wardrobe. When it’s picked up and looked over it doesn’t spark joy. It’s maybe the wrong size or color, or the shape just isn’t as flattering as you originally thought. Now, this item is still new and functional and therefore doe

  • Storing your things for an exciting life

    Only after a house has been thoroughly tidied and all objects have been kept or discarded can one start to plan on storing items. Each item needs a special place in the home. If it’s clothing, then they belong in drawers or baskets in the bedroom. If it’s komono kitchen goods, they should be in the

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