Who better to advise homeowners on how to keep their New Year’s resolutions against clutter around the house?
But now, it’s not just your home. National security is at stake! And whether you’re a Democrat or a Republican, Marie is the one who has the skills and advice you need!
Actually, although we thought of it on our own, we weren’t the first to make this point in a blog. This guy did, in a post headlined, “Marie Kondo, the White House needs you now.” He wrote:
What’s the deal with the trouble our recent U.S. presidents have keeping track of classified documents? Whether it’s Mar-a-Lago or a Maryland garage, we can all agree our chief executives have a problem….
Who better to come to the rescue of our chief executives than expert organizer Marie Kondo. Her advice has led countless households to purge themselves of needless clutter and bring order to chaos….
He offered the two presidents several bits of classic Kondo advice:
1. Commit to tidying up….
2. Picture your ideal life….
3. Discard with gratitude….
4. Tidy by category, not location….
5. Fight the pull of nostalgia….
6. Does it spark joy?
That last one is tough, when you’re talking politics. When was the last time you found it joyful? Perhaps we should move on from Washington-flavored news…
How about this? Speaking of New Year’s resolutions, another site boasts an “exclusive,” for they got Marie herself to share a 2023 resolution of her own:
In 2023, I am setting the resolution to use something new. Replacing something that you often use, like a toothbrush, towels, or socks, can infuse fresh energy into our life and make the new year one that truly sparks joy…
Something new? That should be easy — most of us got something new for Christmas. In fact, some of us got too much new stuff, which is why we have resolutions to declutter. But let’s try it her way. Focus on that new thing, and enJOY it, and just forget all that clutter you’re getting rid of…