You must tidy up. Declutter. I know. You probably didn’t want to hear this.
If you’re like me and tend to be on the busy side. Or on the lazy side 😆. Tidying and decluttering sometimes stays at the way bottom of the to-do list.
The Magical Effect of Tidying & Decluttering
Marie Kondo inspired me to tidy and declutter again with her popular KonMari method. I say again because like some people all over the world, after I read her book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, I applied her tidying tips.
I learned how to fold clothes properly. Can you believe that there is a functional way of folding every type of clothing and of storing even the most miscellaneous of things?
In one episode of the show Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, Marie says that she doesn’t have magic to tidy homes. Instead, she says that she has a method that helps people tidy and declutter their homes.
The KonMari method of tidying up has a magical effect on the lives of people after they apply them.
A couple from the show said that they were having less arguments over things. A mom’s to-do list was reduced because her children learned how to fold their clothes and learned how to keep their rooms organized.
Tidying and decluttering transforms a person, relationships, families, and homes for better.
Tidy Up. Declutter.
What area in your home needs tidying up? Is there an area that is in need of decluttering?
Look through your cabinets, closets, or bookshelves. In the process of cleaning up and reorganizing, keep items that bring you joy or that are of use.
Free up space by eliminating the things that you no longer use and that don’t bring you joy. Break this process into manageable steps so that you don’t feel overwhelmed.
As you continue tidying and decluttering, notice how your home begins to feels lighter, spacious, and vibrant.
Marie Kondo looks at messes with joy because she knows the magical effect of tidying and decluttering. When you tidy and declutter, you make room for harmony in your home, in your relationships, and in your life.