Do you often find yourself thinking:
"I can't find enough time in a day!"
"My space is so disorganized!"
"I feel overwhelmed with all my daily to-dos!"
Marie Kondo knows what's going on! You've got way too much stuff and it's interfering with your life.
Eliminate physical, emotional, and mental clutter to simplify your life with these 3 lessons from Marie Kondo.
Who is Marie Kondo?
She's a small but mighty woman with a cause: to help you reduce clutter and find joy through simplicity!
Lesson 1: Less is More
Most of us have way too many things and a multitude of distractions in our lives. Think about what you can purge.
Can you truthfully say that you treasure something buried so deeply in a closet or drawer that you have forgotten its existence?
Lesson 2: Appreciate What You Have
Once you've gotten rid of unnecessary "stuff," you'll be better able to pay attention to people who are important to you and take care of your possessions.
The question of what you want to own is actually the question of how you want to live your life.
Steps you can take:
Tidy your living and work spaces to make them pleasing and functional.
Avoid fast fashion and impulse shopping. Get a few well made items instead.
Spend quality time with friends.
Write a letter of thanks to someone who loves and supports you.
Lesson 3: Simplicity=Joy
This last lesson gets to the heart of what Marie Kondo wants you to know:
You'll be more joyful when you live a simpler, more sustainable lifestyle.
According to Marie Kondo, how might the process of decluttering help you appreciate the simpler things in life?
Think about what you can eliminate from your surroundings and even your schedule to help simplify and streamline your life. With less clutter, you can concentrate more on the things that matter to you.