There aren‘t enough ways for me to express how goddamn good this book is. On the surface, it‘s wicked and satisfying, but the more I think about it, the more it‘s given me to consider.
So, I was skeptical but when my SIL handed this to me, I figured it couldn‘t hurt to glance through it and, to my utter surprise, I found myself absorbing Konmari‘s logic like a sponge. While I found some aspects problematic (the cute neighbor thread was a bit much) I really like how compassionate and individualized the method is. Will def be applying it to certain aspects of my life (though probably not my books).