The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing

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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!

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14 comments

  1. 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?

      1. 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.

  2. 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.

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