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Marie Kondo    

Japanese Organizing Consultant & Author; One of TIME Magazine's "100 Most Influential People" in 2015

Marie Kondo is a professional cleaning consultant with a three-month waiting list. Inspired by the Japanese book "Throw-Out Skills" and a lifelong love of all things house and home, she began her study of the art of cleaning, established her consulting business, and founded the KonMari Method. Her courses, Lessons on Organization and Storage for Women and Lessons on Organization and Storage for Company Presidents, have many dedicated fans. Her book, "The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up," is a best seller in Japan and Germany, and was recently published in English by Ebury in the UK.


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Transforming your life begins with your sock drawer. Most people have three times more stuff than they need. All that extra clutter is making us miserable, says bestselling author and tidying guru Marie Kondo. "Tidying isn't just a physical thing, it's an emotional thing," Kondo told a sold out auditorium Friday night at the 92nd Street Y in New York City. "You face things around you and you face your inner self."
Domestic Purging With Tidying Guru Marie Kondo -- The Cut
As a physical presence, Marie Kondo has more in common with a snowflake than with the flesh-and-blood humans around her. She speaks softly, wears white, ...
Marie Kondo | TIME
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Marie Kondo Sparks a Cult of Clean Up
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