For those who haven’t witnessed the media frenzy over Netflix’s original series Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, it revolves around the titular star Kondo’s methodology for a simpler and cleaner lifestyle, known as Konmari.
Essentially, Kondo arrives at a messy person’s house and cleans it with them. In the interim, she also teaches them to overcome their own demons and recover from some kind of trauma – often the loss of a loved one, a hoarding compulsion or relationship strains and leaves them happy and contented in their zen-like state of cleanliness and organisation.
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