The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up - Chapter 4: Storing Your Things to Make Your Life Shine Summary & Analysis

Marie Kondo
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Everything should have a specific place to be stored. Keeping things tidy and in place becomes a habit and allows more time to enjoy life. If every item does not have designated place in a home, the house will soon be cluttered. One of the main reasons for rebound or failure is not designating a place for everything. Whenever a person is finished using an item it should immediately be placed back in its designated place. As already stressed, sorting and discarding of items must take place before decisions about storage are made. People will learn to limit their purchases to the storage space they have available.

When Marie Kondo first became a storage coach she learned that clever ideas for storage were generally ineffective and sometimes created new problem. Simple storage solutions are always best...

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