Last January, I devoured Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, but it wasn’t until the summer that I actually got to go through the “program” she advocates. It was life-changing. Really. I said goodbye to clothes that had made me feel beautiful but that no longer fit my no-longer-college-student body. Old knick-knacks that no longer went on display went to Goodwill. It was truly freeing. But I still had questions, particularly about her style of organizing and folding (especially clothes. I don’t have great perception of depth or dimension, so I had trouble visualizing her style of organizing dresser drawers). So I was delighted to hear that Kondo was publishing a new book, promised to be a “master class” for her advocates.
Read my full review to find out why it’s been inspirational, challenging, and a real joy to read. I highly recommend it if you found the first book helpful.