I think it’s pretty safe to say that I was late to jump on the KonMari Method bandwagon, so those of you apparently living under a rock like myself, the method is captured in the wildly popular book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.
The overall premise of the book is to surround yourself by only things that bring you joy, which will in turn make you live a more joyful life. Marie Kondo walks you through purging in a way you may never have considered before: by category, instead of by room.
I was very skeptical; I have similar items in almost every room of my home and the idea of pulling them all together seemed like more work than it was worth! However, from the few categories I’ve completed so far, I’ve found it to be much more efficient than going room by room. You can see a post where I tackled my office supplies using this method, here.
However, I do have to say that I could not get past thanking my items for the purpose they did serve/joy they did bring at one point. Kudos to you if you enjoy that step, but it’s not for this lady.
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Since many of us in the Bullet Journal community are big fans of list making and organizing, I wanted to share a few ways people (including myself) capture the KonMari method list (or KonMari based) in the pages of their bujo!
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If you’ve captured the list in your bullet journal, please share the link to your blog post / pin / Instagram pic in the comments below!
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Free KonMari Checklist!
Implement the KonMari method using this free printable!
Want it in your bullet journal? Print at 55% on sticker paper to stick right inside your planner.