The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up - Chapter 3: Tidying by Category Works Like Magic, Section 1 Summary & Analysis

Marie Kondo
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A new client is always nervous when Marie Kondo arrives for the first appointment. They are fearful that they will be her first failure. They can’t believe that she can actually tidy up their messy homes. Everyone can learn to clean and tidy properly if they use the KonMari Method. Marie tries to soothe their worries. Tidying up is fun and a chance to get in touch with one’s inner self. There is no mysterious process. All a person has to do is use her intuition and be armed with a supply of trash bags. Reducing work to the recommended categories and going in order – clothes, books, papers, miscellaneous and mementos – will lead to success.

Clothing should be divided into tops, bottoms, clothes that are hung, clothes that should be folded, socks, underwear, bags, accessories...

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