Marie Kondo’s #1 New York Times bestseller is at the top of my to-read list. I am always trying to have less stuff, less clutter, and be more organized. I need help and I hope Marie Kondo’s book will spark some spring cleaning inspiration.
Stay tuned for a review and my real-life results!
Ooh. Japanese art? I’m into Chinese feng shui, so I’d be interested to read what this book has to offer! I’m all for cleaning and tidying, I do find it oddly therapeutic. Tidy house, tidy mind – right?
Exactly! I want to have a soothing environment free of stress and stuff when I am home. I think everyone needs this book!
Sounds fab, looking forward to the results!!
Thanks, dj. I’m thinking of sharing some before and after pics. I’m feeling the spring need to purge!
That would be awesome! I always forget to take before shots!
Looking forward to the reviews.
(I am clutching my toys firmly to my chest.)
I have learned from her book that you should only keep items that spark joy. So your toys will be ok 🙂
My teen says that I have too many toys and more toys than her. I said her toy gene would kick in at age 40. I was a Very Serious Child but I got over it.
The best thing about not caring too much about clutter is that my daughter and I took friends in last week who are between rentals: a family of four. And really, the house is running fine.
That’s really great to take in your friends.
No blood yet…. about two more weeks.
Heh, heh, I’d rather read about decluttering than do it…..