The Life-changing Magic of Tidying up
The Japanese Art of Decluttering and OrganizingLarge Print - 2015
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Marie Kondo is an unorthodox voice in the field of home organization. Through a life-long interest in de-cluttering and a stint as a maiden at a Shinto shrine, Kondo developed her unique methods of clearing out and her philosophy that we should only hold on to those items that bring us joy. A blo... Read More »
WVMLlibrarianTara Dec 19, 2014
Marie Kondo's tidying methodology is radical and animistic.
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This book reviews how to deal with the stuff in your house by examining your motives for having it, plus, provides a defined process for organizing, and then eliminating those items which do not bring you joy.
very repetitive. Some good tips. I can see how this book can help people get started on the task of decluttering. I had trouble relating to the way the author relates to objects, treating them like they are alive and have feelings. The author also wants you to do the task all at once. I think flylady.net is more realistic.
Spring cleaning on steroids. Marie Kondo inspires the reader to take charge of their stuff, no halfhearted measures allowed.
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