Marie Kondo: "The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up"

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Marie Kondo is a best-selling author. Her book, in which she tells a step by step guide of how to clean and organize your home, has sold more than 2 million copies.

Reading the book will not only help you organize your home, but also get a brand new perspective on clutter in your life. For example, one of the things she teaches people is that you need to keep clothes and objects that bring joy. If an item doesn’t bring joy to you when you hold it in your hands, you should get rid of it.

In her TED talk, the best-selling author shares her ideas and guide to decluttering your home. Her revolutionary KonMari method is designed for simplifying, organizing, and storing items.

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