Marie Kondo, author of The New York Times best-selling book, “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” is bringing her organization expertise to Netflix and WE CANNOT GET ENOUGH OF IT!
Kondo is on a mission “to spark joy in the world through tidying,” she says in the show’s preview trailer. The eight-episode is like TLC’s Clean Sweep on steroids, taking viewers into the homes of parents with toddlers, a grieving widow, empty-nesters, newlyweds and retirees, and transforming their overwhelming, cluttered lives, one ‘spark of joy’ at a time.
Kondo uses what she calls the Japanese “KonMari” approach, which includes evaluating every item a person owns in one category, and considering them each one by one. If an item doesn’t bring you joy, Kondo recommends tossing or donating it, leaving only the items that bring joy.
The show has been out for a week, and people on Twitter are actually losing their minds over Marie Kondo.
And I mean, can you blame them?
I watched 2 episodes of Marie Kondo’s Tidying Up on Netflix today. I then cleaned out & organized my pantry, six kitchen drawers, our home office & three closets. Every human in the house has been notified that if they mess w/ my spark they shall face my wrath. pic.twitter.com/i0oRVh4skC
— Esmeralda Bermudez 🦅 (@LATbermudez) January 2, 2019
Why yes, we DID start watching the Marie Kondo show on netflix, why do you ask? pic.twitter.com/6mklD2yMzf
— joemag (@joemag_games) January 1, 2019
me after watching one episode of tidying up with marie kondo pic.twitter.com/3TEdhgUUDZ
— s e a (@firetyruck) January 3, 2019
Watches one episode of Tidying Up with Marie Kondo on @netflix and throws everything away.
— Jennifer Chung ✨✌️ (@JenniferJChung) January 2, 2019
— shakuntala (@MadisonRose06) January 3, 2019
Together with her empathetic approach and “KonMari” method of organization, Marie Kondo truly is transforming lives — on the big screen and beyond.