This is the fifth post in my KonMari Method blog series. Be sure to read the introduction and about the first three decluttering categories, clothing, books, and papers, before moving on to today’s topic of komono!
Today, we’ll be discussing how to declutter and organize komono! This is the fourth decluttering category of the KonMari method. You might be wondering, “What in the world is komono?” Not to worry! I’ll be explaining what it is and how to deal with it in today’s post, so keep reading!
This is the fourth post in my KonMari Method blog series. Be sure to read the introduction and about the first two decluttering categories, clothing and books, before moving on to today’s topic of papers!
It’s time to tackle paper clutter! This is the third decluttering category of the KonMari Method. I had been dreading this category from the start, but it ended up being easier than I thought! In today’s blog post, I’ll walk you through Marie Kondo’s method for decluttering paper, and I’ll also show you how I decluttered and organized my own stash of papers!
This is the third post in my KonMari Method blog series. Be sure to read the introduction and about the first decluttering category, clothing, before moving on to today’s topic of books!
Today, let’s discuss how to declutter and organize books! This is the second decluttering category of the KonMari Method. In this post, I’ll walk you through the process of decluttering books, which is notoriously difficult! But once you conquer your books, you’ll be able to conquer the rest of the clutter in your home with ease.
I’m also working through the KonMari Method as I write this series, so be sure to read to the end to see how my book decluttering went!
This is the second post in my KonMari Method blog series. If you missed the introduction, you can read it here!
In today’s blog post, I will be discussing the topic of clothing! This is the first decluttering category of the KonMari Method. After recapping a bit from my introductory post, I’ll walk you through the process of decluttering your wardrobe, explain how to organize your clothing properly, and give you some tips based on my own KonMari experiences.
Today’s post is the first in a new series that I’m starting on my blog, all about the KonMari Method! This is something that I’ve been wanting to do for a really long time because it’s a topic I’m really passionate about. I’ve found success in tidying up my own life by using the KonMari Method, so I’d like to pass on my personal tips and insights to help others get started in their tidying journey.
If you’d like to learn more about this unique tidying method and how it can help you, keep reading!
A little while back, I wrote a postabout how I tidied my bedroom and I was pretty pleased with myself. But after reading Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up and using the Konmari method, I can say with complete confidence that I have never known what “tidy” was until now. This post will be part-book-review, part-personal-account of my experience.
Can you believe it’s already April?? Here in South Korea, the flowers have already blossomed and started to fade away, and the weather is quickly heating up. It feels like it’ll be summer before we know it!
Before diving headfirst into Q2, I thought it would be a good idea to go over the goals I set for this year to see how I’m progressing and to make some adjustments. Let’s review Quarter 1!
Okay, I’m posting this review only slightly late this time! I’m nearly back to my desired posting schedule and routine. Anyways, today I’ll be reviewing Spark Joy: An Illustrated Master Class On the Art of Organizing and Tidying Up by Marie Kondo. This is the companion to her best-selling debut, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, which I have been a huge fan of for years now.
Today’s post will be a quick look at my TBR for March! In case some of you have never heard the term “TBR” before, let me explain. TBR stands for “To Be Read,” which is a list of books that you plan to read in the near future. I have chosen a whopping 8 books to read for March! But don’t worry, it won’t be quite as challenging an undertaking as it seems.