The KonMari™ seminar
It’s been two weeks since I met Marie Kondo. I spent five days in London, half of the days were in a room full of 120 amazing people. I came back home feeling over the moon. I’m waiting for the pictures (as we were not allowed to take pictures with our phone) to write a post about this amazing experience I had.
Currently I am a KonMari consultant in training, and for my training I found an amazing client. I will cal her “Supper Mommy”.
The first category: Clothes
Discard first & joy check
The pile makes you realize how much you own. Sometimes its overwhelming to stand in front of it. But this way you will handle the items one by one and do the joy check.
Supper Mommy took each item in her hand, asking herself “does it spark joy”? If the answer was a clear yes, it went to “to keep pile”. If it was a “no”, it went to the discard pile, but only after she said “thank you” to each item she discarded. Along the process she had few items that she couldn’t decide. for now we kept it a side on the “to try pile”. After she handled each item, it was time to collect all the items she discarded and place them in bags.
After we took out of the room the discarded items, it was time to start sorting the clothes.
Visibility & Accessibilty
Sorting in the wardrobe – Before & After
Sessions in general take between 4 to 6 hours, and it can be very emotional for some people. I am very privileged to be able to help and guide people through the process on embarking into a new lifestyle.