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A Megaguide to Marie Kondo’s KonMari Process

Here’s everything you need to know about Marie Kondo’s KonMari process so you can Tidy Up your whole house. Learn how to start with a vision of the completed job, how to learn what sparks joy, how to fold clothes, how to handle books and papers, organize the kitchen and bathroom, deal with your sentimental items, and make sure you don’t backslide when you’re done. Plus, there’s a free workbook with even more resources and a checklist to keep you on track!

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I spent most of 2016 organizing my house – and in many ways, my life – by the principles in the book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up and I’ve been continuing the journey ever since. It’s been a fascinating process and one I wouldn’t have anticipated when I impulsively clicked “Buy Now” so long ago.

Reading the book and implementing the KonMari method of organization really did change my life in both small ways and really big ways. I started looking at everything in my life and asking what “sparked joy” and made many changes in how my home was laid out and how I spent my time.

Over the years, I’ve compiled a huge list of resources while I’ve been documenting my journey on the blog so I’ve compiled a mega post of everything you might want to know if you decide to implement your own KonMari Tidy Up.

Let me know if you find this useful or what other information you’d like to see. And please share your own KonMari tidy up experience in the comments!

Marie Kondo: The 3 Steps to Her "KonMari" Method
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Your KonMari Vision

KonMari Method | Imagine Your Ideal Lifestyle | KonMari
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Handling Clothing with the KonMari Method

Marie Kondo: Basic Folding Method
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How to Fold Sweaters & Hoodies | The KonMari Way (Marie Kondo)
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Learn to Neatly Fold Even the Most Awkward Items
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Marie Kondo Folds a Perfect Underwear Drawer
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Handling Books and Papers with the KonMari Method

Tidying with KonMari: Books & Papers | Marie Kondo & The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up
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Organizing Komono with KonMari

KonMari Method | Folding Bath & Face Towels | Bathroom Organization
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How To Fold Fitted Sheets | Tidying Up with Marie Kondo | Netflix
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Handling Sentimental Items with KonMari

KonMari - Tidy - Sentimental items
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After KonMari

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Katy Kozee | Midlife Rambler
Katy Kozee | Midlife Rambler
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5 COMMENTS

  1. I think you rebound because you didn’t follow her method 100%. When you do, you will never rebound. You’re family will slowly begin to follow this wonderful routine. Good luck!

  2. Hi,
    Just found your blog tonight and I was wondering did you ever post about your downstairs livingroom
    going from ok to “makes my heart sing?” Just curious what you chose to do with that room. Look forward
    to reading more on your blog.

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