I was wondering if I was going to keep up with the KonMari method and even if I was going to finish the whole process.
I did not expect the kitchen to be the big deal it was. I love my kitchen, so I figured this was going to be
Ever one to try to experiment with a trend, and never one to be hip enough to be ahead of a trend, I am experimenting
In decluttering using the Konmari method, I am quite struck with the differences between it and the FlyLady methods of tidying. They’re both good; even
More in my decluttering saga using the Konmari method. First of all, Komono and Kimono are different words. Kimono means clothes. Komono is miscellaneous stuff.
We finished with our books last night. We’re getting rid of a couple hundred, and are probably only keeping three or four hundred. Considerably more
I am decluttering my house via the Konmari method. If you are not familiar with it, the basic gist is that you declutter by category.