Marie Kondo’s “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” topped the New York Times Best Seller list in 2014, and that led to her remarkable influence to thousands of households all around the world. Her cleaning method has gone viral, inspiring others to organize their homes. It became wildly popular that Netflix signed Marie Kondo for the show, “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo,” in which she walks people through her easy and orderly method of tidying up, which helped transform thousands of lives.
Kondo’s method sets itself apart from other cleaning styles in that it focuses on organizing by item type rather than the room. Kondo shared that her cleaning method is “an opportunity to reflect on yourself.”
Now, just recently, Kondo again made rounds online when she commented on “what is supposed to be done to toxic family members”.
The Japanese organizing consultant behind the #KonMari method of keeping things neat and tidy is proving hugely popular, especially with those prone to hoarding old newspapers and other junk like toxic and grouchy family members.
With that issue being brought to the table, and without second thoughts, Kondo remarked:
“Just throw them out – it may hurt at first but you’ll get over it in no time!”
Everybody seems to be agreeing in chorus *winks