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Tidying guru Marie Kondo's new hit Netflix show, "Tidying Up with Marie Kondo," is a rare piece of entertainment, if only because it actually gets you off the couch instead of keeping you on it. If you're anything like me, the show instantly reveals that you're not as tidy as you think you are, and that you should definitely purge from your life the objects that don't "spark joy." (Tons of viewers have been inspired to get up and start cleaning and organizing-and thanking their old stuff before tossing it in the garbage.) But, as beloved as she and her teachings are, her attitude toward at least one area of your home is sparking quite a bit of backlash: your books. Kondo has said that there's no reason to have more than 30 books in your home. People aren't happy to hear it. was very intrigued by marie kondo's konmari method until she got to the category of throwing out books…………. pic.twitter.com/GrEtCDefPB - hudacris (@_hudahassan) January 5, 2019 And the jokes are rolling in. MARIE KONDO: hold this book and see if it sparks joy ME: wow, it does MARIE KONDO (removing fake book jacket): that book was mein kampf - Ben Rosen (@ben_rosen) January 3, 2019 But some are also arguing that the backlash against Kondo misinterprets her original intention. Marie Kondo threw a hot coffee in my face and burned all the books in my home - Ira (@ira) January 5, 2019 After all, she's not suggesting you get rid of all of your books… Wait Marie Kondo is telling people to toss their books? THEIR BOOKS? pic.twitter.com/QQxAXwk3Sq - Joanna Robinson (@jowrotethis) January 4, 2019 Rather, just the ones that no longer spark joy. (It's Japanese minimalism!) Japanese minimalism, as both a design aesthetic and normalized context for living, is hundreds of years old. It likely traces its roots to the arrival of what came to be known as Japanese Zen Buddhism. - Studio Glibly (@NoTotally) January 14, 2019 Obviously, this is a a great idea for some people, especially if they're surrounded by books they haven't read that elicit feelings of guilt instead of joy. But this obviously can't be a hard and fast rule. Obviously, there are plenty of beautiful ways to arrange your home that don't require a book ban. Decluttering your life-as her Netflix show has routinely shown-can have enormous positive effects on your daily life, your happiness, and even your relationships with those in your family. But-and with all due respect to Ms. Kondo here-there's a major difference between decorating and filling your home up with junk. If the KonMari method is all about creating a home that fills you with happiness-and your personal library with more than 30 books makes you happy-then, by all means, feel free to stock up that library. (Maybe even organize them beautifully in your attic!) If you do, one caveat: your flashy library may not make necessarily everyone joyful. Marie Kondo has proved irrefutably that no one is more annoying than people who think owning a lot of books is a personality. - Fruitonthebottom (@FruitOnBottom) January 14, 2019 And for more great advice for making your home look inspired and amazing, don't miss these 23 Affordable Ways to Completely Re-Do Your Home. To discover more amazing secrets about living your best life, click here to follow us on Instagram!U.S. USA TODAY
Dashcam footage captures the moment a toddler tumbles out of a moving car while still be strapped into her car seat. Police say the child was properly strapped into the car seat, but that the car seat wasn't fastened to the vehicle.
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