As tradition holds, I rolled out of bed on New Year’s Day with no care as to what time it was and comfortably nestled into the corner of my couch. I was then faced with the annual dilemma: Do I choose to watch TV all day or should I be productive and clean the mess around me? To my pleasant surprise, Netflix provided the means to do both (or at least feel like I’m doing both) thanks to their new original, “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo.”
Kondo’s brilliant smile filled my tiny NYC apartment as I started watching the first episode, where she happily tackled the house of the Friend couple (yes, that’s their actual last name—I’m jealous) and their two young children. Over the timespan of one month, Kondo visited the cluttered household to teach and execute the KonMari method, or tidying up in five categories: clothing, books, documents, komono (miscellaneous), and sentimental items.
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