Marie Kondo


These $16 Underwear Drawer Organizers Give You Marie Kondo Perfection Without Trying

Click here to read the full article. Master organizer Marie Kondo has the ability to just roll up delicates like underwear, bras and more to make any drawer look like an artistic masterpiece. I, however, need a little more help than that. My dresser drawers typically look like someone threw up in them, which is why I can’t ever remember that there’s a pair of underwear with price tags on it that I still haven’t worn shoved somewhere in the back. My underwear drawer is also where I store random important things like my passport, which is probably a conversation...

12 of the Best Drawer Organizers to Spark Marie Kondo-Level Joy

PureWow editors select every item that appears on this page, and the company may earn compensation through affiliate links within the story. You can learn more about that process here. We could all use a little more organization in our lives, and with spring cleaning in full swing, now's the...
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I Marie Kondo’d my entire internet presence, one account at a time

After a year of the COVID-19 pandemic, my momentum and ambition were shrinking. I was writing Amazon product lists to pay the bills, freelancing when I could, and searching for jobs. My desire for structure manifested in a fervor for making lists: shopping lists, movie watch lists from IMDB’s top 100, games of the year to play. I did it endlessly, vapidly. I put digital library holds on e-books I never read, and idly filled my digital shopping carts with items I never actually bought. I spent hours on Target and Best Buy and Bookshop’s websites, almost making purchases.
Apartment Therapy

Marie Kondo on Her New Book, “Kurashi”, and the One Item She Regrets Letting Go Of

We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. You’d be hard up to find someone who hasn’t Kondo’d some items out of their lives in the last couple years. Marie Kondo, the author of “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” and star of the Netflix series “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo,” ignited a wave of “tidying festivals” across the world, encouraging people to ditch their clutter and only keep things that spark joy. But it turns out Kondo herself has a few regrets about items she’s said goodbye to. With her new book, “Marie Kondo’s Kurashi at Home: How to Organize Your Space and Achieve Your Ideal Life,” now available for pre-order, Apartment Therapy asked the anti-clutter champion about how she cultivates her kurashi, or “way of life.”

KonMari Media, Inc., Announces the Latest Book from Marie Kondo, "Marie Kondo's Kurashi at Home: How to Organize Your Space and Achieve Your Ideal Life"

Now available for preorder, the inspirational visual guide includes over a hundred beautiful lifestyle images, meaningful insights, and anecdotes from Marie Kondo. SAN MATEO, Calif., March 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- KonMari Media, Inc. announces today a new book from renowned tidying expert and bestselling author Marie Kondo titled, "Marie Kondo's Kurashi at Home: How to Organize Your Space and Achieve Your Ideal Life." Published by Ten Speed Press, the new book offers an inspirational visual guide to elevate the joy in every aspect of your life, with more than 100 photographs of the Marie Kondo lifestyle. "Kurashi at Home" will be available online and in bookstands November 2022 and is now available for preorder on,, Barnes & Noble, Indiebound and wherever books are sold.

How Marie Kondo Can Help You Spark Joy Into Your Financial Life

There is nothing like the beginning of spring to re-motivate us for life, whether it’s being able to be outdoors more or looking forward to some deep spring cleaning to get rid of the dirt, grime, and collection of stuff from the winter and the holidays. For the past few years, we’ve turned to Marie Kondo as our guide anytime we’ve needed to hit the reset button and tidy up. It has worked its magic every time.

5 Things Marie Kondo Is Using to Stay Organized in 2022—From Journals to Tech Kits

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, STYLECASTER may receive an affiliate commission. Each year, we make New Year’s resolutions—read more, exercise more, reach out to loved ones more, get out of the house more. The list goes on. It can often feel overwhelming and nearly impossible to conquer all in the 365 days ahead. However, if there’s anything that could help kick off the new year and turn words into actions it’s getting organized. That’s why we spoke with world-renowned tidying expert Marie Kondo to learn about how to set ourselves up...
The Guardian

Marie Kondo: ‘My greatest achievement? Organising the world’

Born in Tokyo, Marie Kondo, 37, was 19 and studying sociology at Tokyo Woman’s Christian University when she launched a consulting business to help people declutter and organise their homes. In 2014, she published her first book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up; it has been translated into 44 languages and sold more than 13m copies worldwide. She was named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in 2015 and has a hit Netflix show, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. Her latest book is Joy at Work: Organising Your Professional Life. She is married with three children and lives in Los Angeles.
Apartment Therapy

This Is How Marie Kondo Would Help Carrie Bradshaw Go Through Sentimental Items

Warning! This post contains some spoilers for the most recent episode of “And Just Like That…,” so proceed at your own risk. If you’ve been watching HBO’s revival of “Sex and the City” and are all caught up, you’re well aware of and familiar with Carrie’s current heartbreak: moving forward after Big’s passing. And speaking of moving, on top of the emotional and mental exhaustion she’s already experiencing, Carrie is trying to figure out where she’s going to live next — and what to do with all the physical baggage that is coming with her.

The Tastemaker Gift Guide: What Kristen Bell, Marie Kondo & 22 Others Are Giving This Year

You’ve made your list and checked it twice—but you still have zero clue what to get for your bestie…or your boss. We asked the most in-the-know tastemakers, from interior designers to makeup artists to professional bakers, to do the research for you and sound off on their go-to gifts for all the difficult discerning people on their lists.