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Spark Joy is an in depth line illustrated room by room guide to decluttering and organising your home It covers every room in the house from bedrooms and kitchens to bathrooms and living rooms as well as a wide range of items in different categories including clothes photographs paperwork books cutlery cosmetics shoes bags wallets and valuables Charming line drawings explain how to properly organise drawers wardrobes cupboards and cabinets Th 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 textDon 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 than oppresses There is significantly detail here including great ideas for dealing with the miscellany komono that can be so hard to control I have used the method on my clothes and have had success in keeping it tidy Implementing it throughout the house is a much bigger undertaking but I am already envisioning the result Dragon Age: Hard in Hightown every room in the house from bedrooms and kitchens to bathrooms and living rooms as well as a wide range of items in different categories including clothes photographs paperwork books cutlery cosmetics shoes bags wallets and valuables Charming line drawings The Isles explain how to properly organise drawers wardrobes cupboards and cabinets Th 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 KING enough that I didn t need the printed textDon t let Kondo s animism put you off Ty jesteś moje imię 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 The Many Lives of Fitzwilliam Darcy end of mastering the space in which you live and making it a place that nourishes rather than oppresses There is significantly detail here including great ideas for dealing with the miscellany komono that can be so hard to control I have used the method on my clothes and have had success in keeping it tidy Implementing it throughout the house is a much bigger undertaking but I am already Complete Amber Sourcebook envisioning the result

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人生がときめく片づけの魔法 2

E illustrations also show Ms Kondo's uniue folding method clearly showing how to fold anything from shirts trousers and jackets to skirts socks and brasThe secret to Marie Kondo's uniue and simple KonMari tidying method is to focus on what you want to keep not what you want to get rid of Ask yourself if something 'sparks joy' and suddenly it becomes so much easier to understand if you really need it in your home and your life When you surroun Spark Joy is author Marie Kond s follow up to her internationally best selling title The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up The Japanese Art of Decluttering and OrganizingKondo 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 items by smell but I like herI think it s because she is obviously very passionate about what she teaches Her excitement seems to seek from the pages of her bookThis companion novel is an excellent book by itself but in my opinion you won t be able to fully appreciate it unless you ve read Kond s first title She doesn t as completely explain her tidying methods in this book as she took the time to in the last But there was still so much to enjoy here She encourages individuals to embrace what they love even if society doesn t love it too like in this section called Save Your Cosplay for Indoors a surprisingly high percentage of my clients have costume like clothes To name just a few I have encountered a Chinese dress a maid s outfit and a belly dancing costume If it brings you joy but you can t see yourself wearing it outside there s no reason you shouldn t wear it inside pg 25 26Kondo has a pretty philosophy of living I m convinced that things that have been loved and cherished acuire elegance and character When we surround ourselves only with things that spark joy and shower them with love we can transform our home into a space filled with precious artifacts our very own art museum pg 47One of my favorite parts of both books is Kondo s theory about socks It makes me smile The socks you wear at home are particularly important because they are the contact point between you and your house so choose ones that will make the time you spend there even enjoyable Balling your socks and stockings or tying them into knots is cruel Please put an end to this practice today pg 98 As much as I enjoy Kondo s uirkiness I don t embrace all of her theoriesFor example I m still trying to talk myself out of the mountains of books that I have around the house I have this dream that one day I ll have an enormous library with shelves so high that I ll need a ladder with rollers to climb up and reach the books at the topHere s what Kondo has to say about tidying up the books When you re left with only those books that you love you ll discover that the uality of information you receive changes noticeably The room you make by discarding books seems to create space for an euivalent volume of new information You ll soon see that the information you need comes just when you need it and when it does you ll find that you respond to it immediately in a new pattern of behavior that wasn t possible when you were hoarding books and neglecting the information they contained pg 126 SighHere s a helpful tip for sorting piles of stuffed animals Energy resides in the eyes which is why it s best to cover them when discarding something Once their eyes are hidden stuffed toys and dolls look much like objects and that makes it far easier to part with them The simplest solution is to place a cloth or piece of paper over their faces pg 164 165Consider some of the most used items in your life for the royal treatment my criterion for deciding which items reuire royal treatment is this the item s proximity to your body Items such as forks or undergarments which come in direct contact with delicate parts of our bodies should be treated as a rank above the rest whenever possible pg 183Good to knowAnd finally Tidying is a special event If you give storage your best effort experimenting with different ideas and enjoying the whole process you ll find that it goes very smoothly Treat it like a game Each idea you try will bring immediate results and you can readjust anytime you like pg 206If only I had that sort of passion for tidyingMarie Kondo is inspiring but I don t know if I will ever achieve the emotional highs that she seems to find from it The best part of this book is she makes me willing to try

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D yourself with things you love you will find that your whole life begins to changeMarie Kondo's first book The Life Changing Magic of Tidying presents her uniue tidying philosophy and introduces readers to the basics of her KonMari method It has already transformed the homes and lives of millions of people around the world Spark Joy is Marie Kondo's in depth tidying masterclass focusing on the detail of how to declutter and organise your hom For a while I didn t really know if I wanted to read about KonMari or not but luckily I decided to choose this largely due to Emily s review down here at the reviews which says this is a expansion to her previous book with some things explained a bit clearer and there are illustrations to the folding styles Kondo recommendsI think there are some books that just work better when you read them instead of audiobooking them mainly because you can reread and find places a bit better no risk of unpleasant or fast reader and all that underlining stickering of important bits etc I did have to pause now and them to breathe haha and to absorb a bit but the subject was interesting enough that I read it faster that just the routine amount I make myself read of a book daily about 41 pages I made a bunch of notes for later and will rewrite them into a clearer form at some pointI love the rubber band that comes with this hardcover You can use it or not but it does look nice when it s used Just the kind of touchable bonus I likeThis is somewhat different from minimalism tidying which aims for smaller amount of possessions and usual decluttering techniues in the idea of spark joy The focus is on what you really want to keep with putting in place coming afterwards for everything left The folding illustrations are mostly concentrated in the clothes section with one or two in other places Advicing clients on tidying their homes is the author s work in Japan and then there s her booksThe point is to keep what sparks joy when touchedseen for you others might give suggestions but the final decision is yours Knowing where to keep them also helps but it doesn t come first Some clientpersonal examples are given but they don t disturb the main purpose of the book It is helpful if you feel already ready to commit to this even if it doesn t happen immediately like for me I will probably be likely to start on it after weight loss since clothes appear first in tidying orderFirst the six basic rules of tidying are given before we move on to the main text commitment knowing what home look you want after discarding in every category before proper arranging going by categories in right order and the spark joy testing Don t let her insistencies put you off some of it will end up making sense laterIn the main part the first part talks about the concept of joy and finding motivation the second goes deep into each category clothes books papers komono misc items in smaller categories sentimental items The third part shows the end result for each part of home and what changes might appear afterwards plus other people and this tidying process The main positive impact for this tidying method will be for your mental well being which might improve also your outer life like relationshipsSome tips are a bit outside the main KonMari method of tidying at least I made notes of them to separate notings for example checking on the expiring dates on some emergency supplies or cleaning your suitcase outside and wheels after travelingOf course there are things that are odd or even a bit irritating For example I disagree with the opinion that just not have yet read a book is a sole reason for discarding it And no I won t cut or tear a page off a book I would do that for magazines only And sometimes I prefer piling not standing up things And you do have to be careful with what papers you discard I think it s better to research first what the lenght of keeping is for some before letting go of themShe seems a bit optimistic about avoiding relapse back to messiness and also about how after tidying other things in life get fixed too Her talk about things feelings and thanking them too is uite odd but in my opinion these moves appeal to the part of self in one s head that still can t help but think object have feelings And anyway you can freely ignore the odd bitsBut for all the weaker bits and things I disagree with I m surprised how much I liked the book as a whole and the method of tidying started to make sense the further I got into the book The clientpersonal examples made the reading lighter and gave one some amusement too I might not get into this right away now but I can see myself going through it when the time is right A rewarding experience that made me think amused me and inspired me


10 thoughts on “人生がときめく片づけの魔法 2

  1. says:

    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 Goodreads 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 unde

  2. says:

    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 textDon'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

  3. says:

    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 b

  4. says:

    Spark Joy is author Marie Kondō's follow up to her internationally best selling title The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up The Japanese Art of Decluttering and OrganizingKondo's not for everyone — some of her ideas are

  5. says:

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

  6. says:

    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 he

  7. says:

    For a while I didn't really know if I wanted to read about KonMari or not but luckily I decided to choose this largely due to Emily's review down here at the reviews which says this is a expansion to her previous book with some things explained a bit clearer and there are illustrations to the folding styles Kondo

  8. says:

    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 thrilledI 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 techniues on YouTube you've pretty mu

  9. says:

    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

  10. says:

    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

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