Don't let your parents see you discarding and tidying up

Book - The life-changing magic of tidying up.. the Japanese art of decluttering and organizingBook - The life-changing magic of tidying up.. the Japanese art of decluttering and organizing

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author: Marie Kondō, Cathy Hirano
title: The life-changing magic of tidying up: the Japanese art of decluttering and organizing
year: [[2014]]



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The KonMari methods simplified:

1.  Gather all items in that category in one p...
, you should not let your parents see your decluttering spree, for three simple reasons:

  1. They are anxious whether the child can survive on what is left
  2. Parents find it hard to part with past memories that some of the discarded items represent
  3. They take in stuff from the discard pile that they do not need (otherwise, they would possess a similar item)