Marie Kondo's KonMari Method: EXPLAINED!

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What is Marie Kondo’s KonMari Method? All of a sudden, everyone is talking about this organizational method. We’re looking at everything you need to know about how the KonMari Method works. MsMojo discusses Marie Kondo’s KonMari Method. What are your thoughts on KonMari Method? Let us know in the comments!

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26 thoughts on “Marie Kondo's KonMari Method: EXPLAINED!”

  1. Just goes to show how unfair the world is …in the developed world we are drowning in possessions …the result of a materialist lifestyle.”I must have…I want…I gotta buy’. Other parts of the world have just subsistence lifestyles. Whether it’s Feng Shui, Konmari…..or whatever…..if we weren’t so bloody greedy we wouldn’t need to declutter in the first place.

  2. Our English teacher gave us an article to summarize about Marie Kondo and she recommended us to watch a video about her at home, which is why I'm here. So, thank you for this video! 🙂

  3. I really enjoy your show Especially this one and I Really Love Marie Kondo! She's just simply an Amazing woman! Thank you so much for making this vid and for sharing it! Nothing but love and respect for Marie Kondo!

  4. I tried her folding method and it does save room. However, I never makes the clothes stand up when they are stored on shelves because they always fall over when I pull a shirt or pant out. I prefer to stack. Now if I can only get into the habit of actually putting my clothes away as so as I pull them out of the laundry rather than placing them on my dresser and let them sit there for a few days before I get tired of seeing them there and then actually put them away.

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