Now a mother of three, the 38-year-old Japanese woman will leave behind more sorting and warehousing, the report said The Washington Post in its columns on Thursday, January 26.
New year, new resolution for Marie Kondo. Encouraging us to empty and organize our closets, a Japanese organization and personal development consultant is stepping back and inviting us to relax during spring cleaning. The 30-year-old, who recently launched a new method for English speakers in 2022, focuses on “moments of joy“, reveals that it has partially given up on storage. This is reported The Washington Post after attending the author’s latest press conference this Thursday, January 26.
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Release storage pressure
At the root of this case of conscience we find the vagaries of parenthood. At 38, Marie Kondo says she was shocked by the arrival of her third child, which forced her to put her house in disarray on the backburner. “My house is in disrepair, but the way I use my time (today) at this stage of my life is the right one for me,” he admitted at the press conference. Before proceeding. “Until now, I was a storage specialist and did everything to keep my house tidy. I kind of gave it up, in a good way for me. Now I understand that the most important thing for me is to spend time at home with my children.”
After global bestsellers, two Netflix series, and thousands of tips for finding a better way through our clutter, Marie Kondo admits it: a perfectly neat and organized space is unrealistic. On the topic of tidying up the grandmother in her latest book Marie Kondo’s Kurashin Housereleased on November 15 by Ten Speed Press editions. The furnishing guru shares how, although she loves her job, she feels a certain amount of pressure to keep her home tidy at all times. “Sometimes I overfill my schedule to the point where I feel exhausted or overwhelmed with anxiety,” she writes.
Piano for breakfast, silk pajamas
One would almost believe the confession, if the latter was not accompanied by the preaching of a new method. named “QuraishRecognized by Marie Kondo, this Japanese concept consists of prioritizing modest development plans rather than large ones each day, identifying the small actions and actions that bring us “peace and joy at a deeper level.” “Find an achievable happiness routine and stick to it for 10 days, then see if changing your daily habits makes you feel better,” suggests the businesswoman, who details more than 125 examples of how to achieve it in her book.
Marie Kondo even reveals tips she personally uses every day, including cleaning her handbag every night, wearing 100% silk pajamas, or even playing the piano at breakfast. There is no doubt that we are all concerned with these commandments.
Another activity that fills her with enthusiasm is keeping records. In practice, this consists of stuffing a binder with cute pictures cut out of books or magazines and looking at them before bed. True to form, Marie Kondo adds her personal touch and advises her readers to categorize each album by color. And if one of the pasted images never brings us more joy in the end, the author suggests removing it without further delay. In other words, sorting. Hunt down the natural, it’s back in full swing!
Source: Le Figaro