If you guys have been following my spring cleaning series lately, you’ll know that I’ve been talking about Kondo-ing my closet for a while now. Today, I’m taking you all behind the scenes on a little closet tour to show you how I’ve personally put the KonMari method to work.
Since I finished reading The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo, I’ve been seriously inspired to tidy up my home and my life. Kondo advocates to tidy by category, the first being Clothes. After deciding which pieces to keep and discarding the rest, the fun process of organizing begins. Today, I’m sharing tips from the book on how to organize your closet the KonMari way.
Recently, I read The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo and it changed my life. Since Kondo released the English version of her book this past fall, the NYT best-selling book has sold over 2 millions copies, and KonMari has become a worldwide phenomenon. After learning about the KonMari method—which claims that you only need to tidy your home in ONE dramatic swoop, and then never have to do it again—I knew I had to try it out for myself.
Last month, I did something scary. I took a chance on myself and leaped before I was ready. I felt the fear and let it ride with me across the ocean to Taipei, Taiwan, where I starred in a film for the first time.
Traveling through the vibrant city of Seoul: eating delicious fusion food, moving apartments, indulging in tteokbokki rice cakes, exploring the National Museum of Korea & the expat neighborhood of Itaewon, and always ending our night with sweets! This is such a delicious trip.