Tidying Up Our Digital Lives

One of my favorite Netflix binge watches is “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo.” If you haven’t seen this show yet, then let me tell you about her. Marie is a Japanese tidiness consultant and author who has written four books on organizing that have collectively sold millions of copies. She helps people sort, discard (the hardest part), and organize their belongings through her process known as the KonMari method. This consists of gathering together all of one’s belongings, one category at a time, then keeping only those things that “spark joy,” and finally choosing a place for everything. I’ve actually put her process to work in my house (with the help of my sister and niece), which desperately needed organizing after my two older sons moved out on their own.

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