Marie Kondo Coverage
Renee Chou: Sparking joy - and taking up space - in my heart
With a new year comes the renewed urge to purge the clutter -- to "Marie Kondo" the things you no longer use, that no longer bring you joy. The encroaching medley of miscellaneous objects takes up precious space in the house; the sight of it, the thought of it -- can weigh you down.
Simplify Sleep: Clear out bedroom clutter - cure sleepless nights
Your bedroom should be a sanctuary, a place to rest, relax, and put your worries aside for the day. But, often, our bedrooms are far from a peaceful retreat.
Back to School: The battle against clutter enters a new frontier
For many of us back to school can be synonymous with back to the store. The supply lists are daunting, and so are our children's desires for glittered, bejeweled and high tech school supplies. But for parents who are trying to do more with less and streamline possessions, how can we manage all of this back-to-school excess?
5 ways to Kondo your home now
As fans of the author and Netflix series star Marie Kondo can attest, the now famous Konmari process allows people to reorder their homes and their lives, keeping only those things that "spark joy." But what if you don't have the time or energy to undertake the full Kondo and go through each of the seven steps?