The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up - Chapter 3: Tidying by Category Works Like Magic, Section 2 Summary & Analysis

Marie Kondo
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Socks are often stored in rolled up lumps. Socks should never be tied up or balled up. Their time in a drawer is the only time socks have to rest and recuperate from being on feet and walked on all day. Balling them up will add stress rather than allow them to relax. Forgotten socks pushed to the rear of a drawer will lose their elasticity. A pair of stocks should be stacked on one another and folded lengthwise then folded into thirds with the toes inside not outside. Thicker items like leggings should be folded in half and gently rolled up. Ankle socks need to be folded only once. Socks should be stored on end so that the swirl is visible. Shoeboxes can be inserted into drawers to help with organization and storage.

Storing seasonal clothes...

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