When you initially think of the word joy, something like tidying up and cleaning don’t usually come instantly to mind. Marie Kondo’s method Kon Mari, transformed what it means to tidy-up one’s life (literally and metaphorically) and all the surprising benefits, often quite emotional benefits that come as a result.
Her newest Netflix series will premiere on August 31, 2021. In celebration of the pending release, we present, below, a selection of her best books to date.
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing
Within, readers will understand her category system which differs from the typical room-by-room cleaning system. Below is her companion text which is a must have as well. Click to check out “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying up“.
Spark Joy: An Illustrated Master Class on the Art of Organizing and Tidying Up
In the companion volume, Spark Joy (above), the de-cluterring guru gives readers an illustrated guide, with detailed steps on how to organize almost everything. From drawings of how to fold pesky socks and shirts, to perfecting the art of organizing your closet and drawers, this is a detailed tour-de-force on the unique perspective of Kon Mari.
Her concept on joy and material also makes you rethink what is “necessary” in life. If material things are not bringing you happiness, then perhaps, it is time to let go and simply enjoy life. Click to see more on “Spark Joy“.
Joy at Work: Organizing Your Professional Life
Stacks of unorganized paperwork, notes and emails can be a drain on career progress. This kind of disorganization can easily create a negative feeling about work.
Marie Kondo utilizes her KonMari method to overcome that workplace mess so you can focus on productivity and happiness. For more details and information, check out “Joy at Work“.
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