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  • Title: Spark Joy: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organising: An Illustrated Master Class
  • Author: Marie Kondō
  • ISBN: 9781785040481
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Marie Kondo s unique KonMari Method of tidying up is nothing short of life changing and her first book, The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up, has become a worldwide sensation In Spark Joy, Kondo presents an in depth, illustrated manual on how to declutter and organize specific items throughout the house, from kitchen and bathroom items to work related papers and hobby coMarie Kondo s unique KonMari Method of tidying up is nothing short of life changing and her first book, The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up, has become a worldwide sensation In Spark Joy, Kondo presents an in depth, illustrated manual on how to declutter and organize specific items throughout the house, from kitchen and bathroom items to work related papers and hobby collections User friendly line drawings illustrate Kondo s patented folding method as it applies to shirts, pants, socks, and jackets, as well as images of properly organized drawers, closets, and cabinets This book is perfect for anyone who wants a home and life that sparks joy.
    Spark Joy The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organising An Illustrated Master Class Marie Kondo s unique KonMari Method of tidying up is nothing short of life changing and her first book The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up has become a worldwide sensation In Spark Joy Kondo pres

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    1. Dear Marie Kondo, It is with great trepidation that I write this review of your newest book I was berated by people all over the world after my critical review of your first book, The Magical Art of Tidying I received over 1800 likes and comments Your rabid fans called me ethnocentric, hyperbolic, shallow, insensitive, unromantic, cold, narrow minded, immature, a derisive mess, despicable, a pseudo feminist , a possessor of ugly underwear, and they sent their deepest sympathy to the poor schmuck [...]

    2. Spark Joy or Kill Joy According to Marie Kondo her KonMari Method of tidying up is nothing short of life changing Every time I walked into any book store This little book kinda attractive , seems to always be near the front of the storewith many copies I ve yet to touch the book myself I actually had NO IDEA what the book was about until walking early yesterday morning While random looking at audiobook s on my overdrive app, I see this book is available By the waye downside to audiobook listenin [...]

    3. This is a fine follow up to The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up I listened to the audio version, and found the accompanying PDF helpful enough that I didn t need the printed text.Don t let Kondo s animism put you off even if you re uncomfortable with thanking your possessions for their service before discarding them, there is much to be learned from this book For Kondo, tidying is really a means to the end of mastering the space in which you live, and making it a place that nourishes rather th [...]

    4. Very unique way to organize items, minimalist and get rid of clutter easily If you can t declutter after this book there might not be hope.

    5. I got this book instead of The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing because it has invaluable illustrations of Marie Kondo s folding style I started looking like one of these dogs when reading the descriptions of how to fold without any pictures From what I can tell, this book is an expansion of her first with some of the key concepts outlined a bit clearly.I will be moving at the end of the week, and I packed all of my clothes over the weekend Durin [...]

    6. I found this book cluttered with boring and unhelpful anecdotes and also lacking in practical tips on how to actually tidy ones house There s no real structure of how to go about it and there are a lot of gaps For example, nowhere does the author mention coats, decorative items or art She could have also been practical in explaining when to tackle which task as you re reading the book It wasn t really clear when I should put down the book and start tidying, and when to then read again and start [...]

    7. Initial reaction I thought this was a thorough follow up to Marie Kondo s first book, with expansions and cute illustrations to boot This book has a slight edge for my enjoyment because of how streamlined and organized it is compared to the first book Probably rating this about 4 stars.Full review Spark Joy was a book I was anticipating reading following Marie Kondo s first book The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up I was at first afraid I wouldn t be able to read it for a while because of the [...]

    8. I really enjoyed konmari s first book I found it helpful, fresh, and it really did help me tidy up pretty magically I might add Since that book was released, I ve read articles online about the method as it spread, and when I saw this book was due I was thrilled I was disappointed that this book didn t seem to provide anything new If you ve read the first book, and even seen one or two videos of her folding techniques on YouTube you ve pretty much read this book I also think that if you haven t [...]

    9. If you are really serious about decluttering your life this book will give you the guidance you need It should be something you ve already thought about It s not a book for people who love to be surrounded by a lot of stuff Those people will just end up writing long reviews making fun of the book hoping for laughs from other people who don t get those who wish to live a minimalistic life The day we had to move my grandma from a 5 bedroom 6 bathroom home to a small condo was when I started think [...]

    10. Before this book changed my life, my makeup products sat dangerously close to my skin care products blocking my vanity s now perfect energy Also, as is typical for people with my blood type, I d never considered the relief that comes with organizing my electronics by smell, or having the dignity to cover the faces of my stuffed animals with a cloth bag, before I throw them in the garbage This is rectified and I ve been transformed forever The spirit of the universe moves within Usefulness of imp [...]

    11. Although I may not read will not fold all my underwear into origami, her principles of tidying up are well worth looking at What is important to you Seems weird to say spark joy when referring to underwear I m all about shedding stuff that is no longer useful in my life hence the two garbage bags and two boxes of stuff being jettisoned from my house Note threw out aforementioned underweardid not put in donate box.

    12. Please don t pick up Spark Joy until you ve read The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up I think this companion novel is an excellent book by itself, but you won t be able to fully appreciate it unless you ve read Kondo s first title She doesn t completely explain her tidying methods in this book as in the last, but there was still so much to enjoy here Kondo s not for everyone some of her ideas are very different like treating your possessions as if they have spirits of their own and sorting item [...]

    13. This was 100% what I expected and needed out of a master class I read The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up right around a year ago, and completed the entire KonMari process in the following months However, although we d pared down our possessions to only the things we love and use, I didn t feel like I had mastered how to organize and arrange what we had left for maximize efficiency and appreciation This book has specific tips for every area tackled by the process, including a detailed section [...]

    14. Honestly, I thought this book was weird Like this author is just way too obsessed with tidiness I consider myself pretty tidy but I m never gonna close my eyes and hug a piece of clothing to my chest to decide whether inspires joy Eventually I was motivated to tidy my home though, so I guess the book did its job, even though I don t think I followed one suggestion from the book taking all of mine and my fiance s clothes from the drawers closets and putting them in one big pile to go through each [...]

    15. The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing felt a bit weird it s successor, Spark Joy An Illustrated Master Class on the Art of Organizing and Tidying Up felt comfortable, whether because I was adapted to Ms Kond s perspective, or the weird to Mike factor had been throttled back.

    16. Me ha llevado meses leer este libro porque me parec a m s de lo mismo, mucha teor a repetida del primer libro Este viene con fotos y esquemas para aprender a doblar pero me ha aportado poco Abarca el orden m s concreto por zonas de la casa Si hab is le do el primero os lo pod is ahorrar o leerlo por encima yendo a lo que os importa Para aprender m s sobre el m todo Konmari de forma visual y amena os recomiendo los videos que eherraiz sube a su canal de youtube Elena Hg , me han venido de lujo, m [...]

    17. Better then her previous book because she finally had some diagrams Most of her advice was the same, so I pretty much skimmed through it.

    18. Van vuilkuil naar feestje Opruimen, ordenen en schoonmaken is nog nooit zo leuk geweest dankzij Marie Kondo

    19. The companion book to the KonMari method, with even details about how to do all the things.This tiny little book is meant to be read after, or in conjunction with, Kondo s bestseller The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up Taken on its own out of sequence, you can consider it the book to flip through to decide if you want to dive into the first book or not However, it s definitely logical to read these two books in order, since Spark Joy amplifies on the principles brought up in LCM.This is a br [...]

    20. I ve been reading through this book slowly I ve spent time slowly taking it s advice than actually reading it now that I m technically finished I ll spare everyone here the details, but before I read this book my apartment looked a lot different And though it took me some time to warm up to it s twee language, Marie s way of tidying really stuck a cord with me once I was open to it I m not done taking it s advice, but I appreciate what this book has done for me.

    21. I read this book thinking, well of course this is how to tidy up Makes total sense The language may have been idiosyncratic at times spark joy being especially prevalent , but none of the principals were a huge shock or revelation.

    22. Slow start, I almost felt like I was rereading Life Changing Magic Halfway through, Marie got to some tips about kitchens and bathrooms that was really lacking in the first book I really enjoyed it Love her.

    23. Okay, so this second KonMarie book is even crazier than the first, and Kondo herself is a self professed obsessive compulsive who talks to underwear and thanks papers Still, she is very good at motivating you to get off the couch and put some order in your house, and has a strong point in her instruction to keep only stuff that makes you happy We in the West all have way too much stuff in our homes anyway, which should go to recycling or to someone who would be happy to accept it On top of this, [...]

    24. Much better than the first It covers a lot of the same information but is clearer, indepth, and practical, with the added bonus of including answers to questions she got after releasing the first.

    25. Even though she repeated herself about organizing, it encouraged me to clean my house This is the step First you have to discard and order them, keep them tidy.

    26. Great method My house is in relative order, but some things aren t practical with multiple small children It s written mostly for people who live alone.

    27. An another great book from Marie Kondo I m feeling excited and ecstacy on my way to becoming a Joyful guy.Some favorite quotes and notes The six basic rules of tidying1 Commit yourself to tidying up2 Imagine your ideal lifestyle3 Finish discarding first4 Tidy by category, not by location5 Follow the right order clothes, books, papers, komono miscellany , and finally, sentimental items.6 Ask yourself if it sparks joy Clutter accumulates when you fail to return objects to their designated place I [...]

    28. I really like the whole Konmari philosophy While I m not that interested in organizing tidying methods, I thought I d finally read Kondo s books and see what I can apply to the trickier areas of my house that I wasn t sure how to approach mainly clothes, sentimental items, how to store items well after the discarding process.

    29. First sentence Life truly begins only after you have put your house in order.Favorite quote If you are confident that something brings you joy, keep it, regardless of what anyone else might say.I give this book 3 stars only because I don t need it I absorbed her first book and put much of it into practice I am by nature very organized yet I still gravitate to all books, articles and Pinterest pins on organizing I rarely find something to new try Marie Kond had lots of new things that she introdu [...]

    30. This book was bizarre and delightful So many strange quotes, like When I visit homes for lessons, it s my practice to crawl into the cupboards and storage spaces once they have been emptied The illustrations were cute, and even though I laughed a little at so much of this book, I feel much inspired to create a joyful house I ve been in survival mode so much of my life, and tried to live a bit like a spy only keeping what I could take with me in an emergency, but now I think it ll be good to tid [...]

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