If you're looking for a sign to refresh and rearrange your space, this is it! We have feng shui expert Anjie Cho on the podcast to talk about how you can optimize the energy flow of your space for a more nurturing and mindful home.
Getting my life together after my long trip, starting with decluttering my home and giving my living room a makeover!
Time for some spring cleaning! Today I'm decluttering and organizing my makeup collection.
Decluttering my iPad for the #5DaystoMinimalism Challenge! Can I just say what a crazy week it's been? A good crazy, though, I can't complain.
2015 was a huge year for minimalism. Today I thought I'd revisit the topic of minimalism and how it's changed my life this past year.
Alas, the final category in the Konmari Method: Mementos! I made it!! *party emojis* You'll learn a lot about me in this video, it's like snooping in my deepest darkest treasures!
I'm finally done with the komono / miscellaneous category! If you're new here, this is part of my series on tidying the KonMari way, based on the book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo. Komono or Miscellaneous is the fourth category out of five—we're in the last stretch here!
A more personal look into my experience tidying after reading The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo. Moving on to tidying books & papers in this one!
A more personal look into my experience tidying after reading The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo. Clothes was a huge category for me, and I'm so happy to be done with it!
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.