Book review the life changing magic of tyding up
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GIDDY UP TO TIDY UP!

Read time – 1:30 minutes

 

Albert Einstein said that a clean desk is the sign of a lesser mind. But, he has been one of the biggest brains in history and unraveled mysteries of the universe before unheard of.

 

What mysteries are you unraveling that your desk, cupboards, or your house looks so disheveled sometimes?!

 

A good way to measure the success of self-improvement is to see how tidy your environment is and if it is not, you do not need a spiritual awakening, you need to bring up your cleaning game!

 

If you find cleaning your homes a stressful activity, it is time to get the life-changing magic of tidying up by Marie Kondo.

 

With a famous book and a hit show on Netflix, Marie Kondo did the impossible. She made clutter glamourous. With Monica (Think, F.R.I.E.N.D.S.) as her spirit animal, she has managed to jostle the lazy in people to get up and refine their surroundings.

 

After all, there is something undeniably calming about a clean environment. It is not just about cleanliness, it is also about creating space around you that feels better and more prosperous.

 

Imagine your home being so clean that living there feels like a vacation. With all elements in place how you would want them to be, the life-changing magic of tidying up would help bring more order to this self-inflicted chaos.

 

The book delves into methods that have made Marie Kondo famous.

 

There are eight categories to begin cleaning up with that she recommends so you could follow along your way to more visual space in your closet, your home and in your thoughts! (Think of THIS ONE SPARKS JOY memes!)

 

If you hang your clothes from left to right in descending order, it feels right to your eyes.

 

Learn how to fold everything that you could fold in your homes.

 

In many ways, the life-changing magic of tidying up a book encourages you to clean your surroundings, while encouraging you to bring order to your thoughts.

The one takeaway will be for you to realize how hoarding stuff or thoughts, would be detrimental to a healthier lifestyle.

 

So, if creating a peaceful order around you is a concern, why not start with your external environment first?

 

Click on the link to get the book.