人生がときめく片づけの魔法 Jinsei ga tokimeku ↠ Epub construyamos.co

Despite constant efforts to declutter your home do papers still accumulate like snowdrifts and clothes pile up like a tangled mess of noodles?Japanese cleaning consultant Marie Kondo takes tidying to a whole new level promising that if you properly simplify and organize your home once you'll never have to do it again Most methods advocate a room by room or little by little approach which doom you to pick away at your piles of stuff forever The KonMari Method with its revolutionary category by category system leads to lasting results In fact none of Kondo's clients have lapsed and she still has a three month waiting listWith detailed guidance for determining which items in your house spark joy and which don't this international best seller featuring Tokyo's newest lifestyle phenomenon will help you clear your clutter and enjoy the uniue magic of a tidy home and the calm motivated mindset it can inspire


10 thoughts on “人生がときめく片づけの魔法 Jinsei ga tokimeku katazuke no maho

  1. says:

    There is no rating low enough to compensate for the way this book has ruined my life Whatever you do don't read it as it will haunt you This is a long review but it behooves you to stick with it To begin you have to touch each and every possession and ask yourself if it brings you joy If it doesn't it needs to be discarded Do you know how hard it is to summon joy for beige underwear or Neosporin? Yet summon you must I like my carrot peeler but is joy too strong a word? It gets tougher Not only must you apply hands to every piece of clothing while checking for your joy response you must fold your clothes in very specific ways in order to find each piece's sweet spot I never knew that Every piece of clothing has it's own 'sweet spot' where it feels just right This will lead to an historical moment when your mind and the piece of clothing connect Don't forget to thank your clothes for protecting your body Thank your accessories for making you beautiful Express your appreciation to every item that supported you during the dayNever never ball up your socks as they can't get their much deserved rest that way They need to breathe a sigh of relief You must visit your off season clothes to let them know you care and look forward to wearing them when they're next in season This kind of communication helps your clothes stay vibrant and keeps your relationship with them alive longerEverything must be stored standing up rather than laid flat Stacking weakens and exhausts the things that bear the weight of the pile Just imagine how you would feel if you were forced to carry a heavy load for hours?You must empty your hand bag every dayBeing packed all the time even when not in use must feel something like going to bed with a full stomach When you get a new phone it is kind to text your old one with a message of thanks for its serviceEvery single thing must be in its assigned place before you go to bed Have you ever thought about what it would be like to have no fixed address? It is eually important for our possessions to have that assurance that there is a place for them to return toIf we greet our house properly it will be happy to tell me what the family no longer needs and where to put the things remaining so that the family can be comfortable and happy in this space Not sure if you do this before or after applying hands and checking your joy response It did come near the end of the book if that helpsSo what do the things that get discarded for not sparking joy feel? I think they simply want to leave Lying forgotten in the closet they know better than anyone else that they are not bringing you joy The people who tidy as this book recommend experience a change in their appearance Their figures are streamlined their skin is radiant and their eyes shine brighterUnfortunately my eyes are crossed I've gained 10 pounds and I feel hives ready to pop I had no idea when I picked up this pretty little book that it was going to necessitate my search for a live in psychiatrist I had NO freaking idea that I was suashing the self esteem of my possessions I can NOT find those folding sweet spots and everything in my drawers is in a mosh pit My hand bag looks sad every time I walk by its nightly fullness My socks are falling down I'm not sure why I hate the word joy now I'm sleep deprived My possessions call out to me for help but I don't know if they want me to summon joy or if they want to leave The other day my husband heard me thanking my underwear for staying up all day I'm not sure how much longer I'll be married


  2. says:

    How do I get into messes like this? Reading books that have words like tidying in their title I mean Well there's a story behind itThe Good Wife and I are trying to purge to clean up after decades of marriage kids three moves etc We've got to do something about all this stuff we keep bumping into or dusting I keep saying something than the penny ante efforts we're doing so farEnter a New York Times feature on THIS book calling it the greatest thing since sliced sushiThat does it I told my wife We're both reading this on the KindleYou first she saidI should've known right there It was kind of like the puppy we picked out 10 year ago He's a little mouthy the guy at the shelter said You'd think an English major would know foreshadowing when he heard itAnyway I'm reading this book and reading this book and saying to myself The Times article IS the book Free too Why am I reading all this filler this clutter these words in need of TIDYING up?That said I should give the book a star back just for the punch line Does it spark joy? It's what you say when holding some up for tossing item in your hand Does it spark joy? If not heave and ho my friendsJust now I looked around the kitchen with my wife at my side Nothing in here sparks joy I said I'm in the kitchen she replied firmlyNo no Stuff I meanAnyway that's the gist of the book As for her system Marie Kondo goes into houses she does this for a living and starts her ritual by singing its praises Then she practices the praise of reduction She's grateful in her own home too For instance she brings her purse home from work empties it puts stuff in its place fear not it has a place then thanks her purse for another job well done In the morning it all goes back in Says it extends the life of her purse You tell me tidying or tidying?Marie also says to congregate everything by category in one spot Start with clothes Never room by room where clothes may be found but ALL clothes from the WHOLE house in ONE spot on the floor if you have a room big enough and you don't Now hold each piece of clothing one by one Does this spark joy? BzztAnd that's just the clothes you still have books papers mementos and personal stuff ahead and in that orderThe only other thing I recall is hanging stuff in the closet Light clothes color material left darker and heavier right That's after you've tossed 879% of itAnyway my wife is getting cute now Done I said Now youWhy don't you tell me the highlights instead she said already spooked by the spark any joy? talkWha ?Yep Just like the former puppy that by now has consumed half the house because he's a little mouthy Should've seen it coming from the get go the minute I got the you first line Bottom line You can't tidy a house in ruthless Marie Kondo fashion when you're 40% of a pair the other 60% having a Security Council Veto among other super powers But that's marriage a very untidy thing


  3. says:

    You will never use spare buttons WORDS WE ALL NEED TO HEARI really thoroughly loved this book I've always been interested in minimalism trying to stop material goods being the things that bring us happiness and not owning than we need and picked this book up after hearing a few people around me enjoy it I was hoping it would give me a few tips on how to lead a clutter free existence and while it accomplished that it also did so much The thing that most stuck me about this book was the immense respect that the author who feels like my friend after reading this a gentle companion through this process shows to all possessions She understands that this is an emotional process and her ideas are not about guilt She isn't saying You're a fool for allowing all of this garbage into your life Get rid of it all at once Instead she's saying All of these things came into your life for a reason take your time considering them and then thank them and let them go onto the next stage of existence It's all so kind and loving and made me not feel guilty or fear the processI also really liked the structure of this book It has a solid introduction a clear process a section of tips and then a conclusion It's very straightforward and doesn't feel complex or gimmicky It all feels like common sense It also had key points in bold which helped in figuring out the main thesis of different sectionsThe book focuses on tidying your house but for me and most of the people reading this we don't own a house we own one room I don't think this matters for two reasons Firstly the ideas and methods in this book can be perfectly applied to your space no matter how extensive it is It's all about creating the most positive space imaginable and that is very achievable with just one room Secondly this book was very much a philosophy It's about learning to reflect on the relationship between you and your possessions and is something I will carry with me moving forward in life Someday I will move out of my parents house and into my own houseapartment and I am extremely grateful that I have read this book and will be able to start that journey with this knowledgeThank you Marie for sharing what you've learned I'm very excited to start my journey of only surrounding myself with things that I love and bring me joy


  4. says:

    Do you like talking to furniture? Do you believe shirts have souls? Are you insane? This might be the book for you


  5. says:

    This book did not spark joy Therefore I am discarding it


  6. says:

    The book is short and sweet and the author is bat shit crazy But Here are two take aways that will stay with meIf it does not spark joy throw it outAnd My basic principle for sorting papers is to throw them all awayBelieve me I have been throwing away and selling and donating to Goodwill with a vengeance for the past few days and tidying I refuse to fold my socks though Folding socks is for people with all the time in the world


  7. says:

    Personally I recommend hanging sponges outside such as on the verandauite possibly the funniest line I have ever read in a book Because she is dead seriousAlthough there were several helpful sections about how to declutter and organize your home much of this book is ridiculously funny This woman obviously has no children and no life as she speaks to all her inanimate objects daily empties her purse EVERY SINGLE DAY and doesn't own a dish rack preferring instead to put all her dishes on the veranda to dry She's also afraid of hurting her socks' feelings I gave it two stars because I do like the idea of getting rid of things that don't bring you joy and I like the idea of stacking things vertically And I'm taking Marie Kondo's advice and getting rid of this book It most definitely does not spark joy Well maybe in an ironic way


  8. says:

    Though this book can be a little woo woo and a little repetitive I have to give it five stars for the impact it has already had on my life I love collecting stuff and have a very hard time letting go The author's techniues allowed me to graciously and gratefully bid adieu to things I no longer love and I felt amazing when I did both my clothing and book purges My sister asked if I was high I still have much to do but I'm trying to do one step a week HIGHLY recommended


  9. says:

    This book just spoke to me for whatever reason although I can see why others might not get much out of it No matter what the subject is I love reading books by people that are truly passionate about the subject matter and one thing is for sure Marie Kondo is passionate about tidying Despite all of that this book isn't really about tidying at its core It's about living very intentionally and allowing your surroundings and possessions to become an expression of yourself If that last sentence made you roll your eyes skip this book but if you like the idea of finding meaning in the things that you own you'll enjoy this


  10. says:

    Looking for a new book but don't want to commit? Check out my latest BooktTube Video One Done all about fabulous standalones Now that you know this one made the list check out the video to see the rest The Written Review The uestion of what you want to own is actually the uestion of how you want to live your life By no exaggeration Marie Kondō has spent her entire life tidyingShe tidied when she was a child up until her adulthood and over those decades she's learned a thing or two about keeping a house clean The space in which we live should be for the person we are becoming now not for the person we were in the past And the secret? JoyThat's right The key to a clean house is joy what makes us happy and how can we bring that fully into our livesShe's taken on clients from all over the world and has developed the Konmarie Method to tidying starting with the impersonal clothing and proceeding into the memorable keepsakesheirlooms She's dealt with a wide variety of clients over the years and has developed instincts for the best way to clear a house And importantly how to keep a house clean Clutter is caused by a failure to return things to where they belong Therefore storage should reduce the effort needed to put things away not the effort needed to get them out She wants to make the world a happier healthier and above all a tidier placeOverall I liked this oneFor as long as I could remember my closets practically overflowed with clothing from years and years of keeping outfits just in case But when we really delve into the reasons for why we can’t let something go there are only two an attachment to the past or a fear for the future After reading her bookwatching her Netflix series I was able to cut out all those extra clothes and really make my wardrobe manageable One thing I found uniuely associated with her method is the way she integrates joy into her tidying According to Marie everything in your house should bring you joy even the little things And while that seems impractical when first thinking of it who ever thought joy when they look at a potato peeler? the I thought about itthe I realized she was rightTaking the potato peeler example which I saw a few GR reviewers throwing it around if you don't feel joy holding ittry getting rid of itNext time you want to make mashed potatoesthink about how fun it is to use a knife to skin them How many nicks you get on your hands The loss of potato because of your awkward peelingA few rounds of that and gosh darn you'll become grateful even joyful to have a potato peeler in your hands againAnd if you don't? Then I guess you never needed it in the first place and now your house has one less useless gadgetSome of her methods seemuestionableespecially to westerners For example she recommends thanking each piece of clothing that you get rid of for a job well doneIt seems silly right? Utterly ridiculous And yet it worksAt the end of my clothing un haul I was left with several shirts that I honestly didn't wantbut I also didn't want to give them away You know the type They hang out in the back of your wardrobe for yearsand yet no matter how little you wear themthey're always still thereSo I tried the Konmarie method I held each one in my hand thinking Does this bring me joy?If the answer was yes I kept it If the answer was no I thanked the article of clothing for being in my life and for giving me what I needed when I first bought it And then I let it goAnd yes I felt silly doing it and I locked the bedroom door so that the hubby didn't know I was doing it but at the same time I felt closure I was accepting that the clothes had no part in my current life and that holding onto them any longer wasn't helping them or me It was time to set them freeThe only thing I disagreed upon was books Marie believes strongly that books go in and out of lives and they aren't really to be kept For books timing is everything The moment you first encounter a particular book is the right time to read it To avoid missing that moment I recommend that you keep your collection small Hmmmdoes literally having a bookshelf in every room of the house excluding the bathroom count? And note the only reason the bathroom doesn't have its own bookcase is because I worry about the dampMy life is so intertwined with books that I honestly cannot see a time where my novels aren't the focal point of every roomPerhaps rereading the book will give me some perspectiveAll in all I loved learning her secrets to a tidy life My kitchen is wholly organized and I'm going to tackle the basement next There's something truly wonderful about stepping back from a long tidying session and just admiring how nice the house looksYouTube | Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Snapchat mirandareads Happy Reading