This approach has pleased many fans of Kondo.
Japanese magical cleaning: Kondo method.
Kondo's soul floats away and everyone is sad.
Marie Kondo and kill her.
Marie Kondo arrived to revolutionize Netflix and our lives.
We looked to Marie Kondo for some much needed advice.
So it's for people for whom Marie Kondo is maybe a little too precious.
I have been watching Marie Kondo on Netflix,” he says from his home near Seattle.
Folding things Kondo recommends as compact as possible- most often folding them with a roller.
Yes, if these memories don't “spark joy,” Marie Kondo would recommend that you discard them.
They are not very joyful memories, so Marie Kondo would encourage me to let them go.
Kondo recommends doing this thoughtfully,
paying attention to where the thing will look best and what fits your home.
The most important ones, the main worship hall, or"Kondo"(Golden Hall),
and"Goju-no-to"(Five-story Pagoda), stand in the center of an open area surrounded by a roofed cloister.
In the end, we restore order not only in our own home,
but also in our own life,” say fans of the Marie Kondo method.
Fortunately, Marie Kondo's signature house cleaning method called KonMari
aims to help us all make our lives better and organize everything that needs to be organized.
It is almost surprising how a person as small and
silent as Kondo was able to unleash such a large amount of comments,
opinions, criticisms, praises and articles.
People began to wonder if he needed a Marie Kondo in his life, if all this time they had been doing it wrong
or if they were messy.
If you watched the show but
haven't quite gotten around to reading Kondo's books, which provide a more comprehensive look at her method,
chances are you have some too.
An informal poll around the mindbodygreen office
showed that we need follow-ups to just about every aspect of the Kondo method- from the granular(How do I fold my hoodies!?)!
That starting a space of zero has motivated me remarkably and
has given me the strength I needed to implement the methods of order and cleanliness of Mari Kondo.
With the recent change in the weather, the release of Marie Kondo's series on Netflix and the advent of the Spring Festival/Lunar New Year,
it's time to begin thinking about spring-cleaning.
With the landing of Marie Kondo on Netflix- and in our lives-
many of us began to wonder how many things we had in our closets that we don't really need anymore.
This month, Marie Kondo's Netflix show sent the country on a furious,
weeks-long tidying kick, leaving the secondhand industry with stacks of new merch and the rest of us with piles of residual questions.
From Marie Kondo's method for helping us to get rid of all the clutter
in our living spaces to the growing fascination with tiny homes, there is no doubt we are looking to simplify our lives.
If you're not familiar with the buzzy Marie Kondo organization method for planning(which has a cult following
and hundreds of thousands of posts on Instagram), bullet journaling is a streamlined, one-stop hub for your calendar, to-do lists, and notes.
This is the idea touted by clean-freak gurus like Marie Kondo, whose bestseller The Life-Changing Magic Of Tidying-Up
and others like it are part of the home-organization trend that includes everything from shoe containers and self-help books to professional organizers who will come to your house and throw things out for you.