The recent health crisis has brought a sense of self-refection, self-improvement and a need to be more organized.
Last night I watched the Netflix series called “Tidying Up,” and learned all about tidying up and getting rid of items that don’t spark joy. The series was very popular last year and if you haven’t watched it you should.
On the show, Marie Kondo, who is also the author of “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up“, teaches us how to use the “KonMari” method of organizing our homes.
She teaches people to touch their belongings and decide if they spark joy. If they don’t spark joy we are encouraged to thank the item and add it to the pile of the donate or discard pile.
After watching the show I reorganized my home. I have to say I was pleased with the results and it is so easy to maintain that it is still organized.
Today, I reorganized the bathroom closet and the junk under the bathroom sink. It looks amazing and was worth the effort.
Over the past five years or so I have gotten rid of a lot of stuff I was storing and because I have less stuff and I buy less stuff I know what I have more storage space.
For people who plan on moving or who want to downsize to a Seaport condo these cooler days and soon colder months are the perfect time to get started. Choose a closet or a set of drawers. having less and having it organized makes moving much easier.
Stay safe and healthy