[PDF/EBOOK] マンガで読む人生がときめく片づけの魔法 Author Marie Kondō

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マンガで読む人生がときめく片づけの魔法

From the #1 New York Times best selling author and lifestylecleaning guru Marie Kondo this graphic novelization brings Kondo's life changing tidying method to life with the fun uirky story of a woman who transforms her home work and love life using Kondo's advice and inspirationMarie Kondo presents the fictional story of Chiaki a young woman in Tokyo I read KonMari s book The Magic of Tidying and it was excellent This one added info and was even helpful The visual in the manga art was very useful Gotta admit though that I skipped the tidying of books a bit Clothes No prob Movies Yep Music Pshaw But books Joy Joy Joy Oh well On the Run Sweet Valley High Super Thriller of a woman who transforms her home work and love life using Kondo's advice and inspirationMarie Kondo presents the fictional story Kidnapped of Chiaki a young woman in Tokyo I read KonMari s book The Magic Undeniably Fated of Tidying and it was excellent This The Ira War Strategy Tactics and Military Lessons Csis Significant Issues Series Csis Significant Issues Series one added info and was even helpful The visual in the manga art was very useful Gotta admit though that I skipped the tidying Black Blue of books a bit Clothes No prob Movies Yep Music Pshaw But books Joy Joy Joy Oh well

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Ustrated case study is perfect for people looking for a fun introduction to the KonMari Method of tidying up as well as tried and true fans of Marie Kondo eager for a new way to think about what sparks joy Featuring illustrations by award winning manga artist Yuko Uramoto this book also makes a great read for manga and graphic novel lovers of all age I m a skeptic about gurus in general about tidying techniues in particular and especially about the KonMari craze that s taken over the media in the last few years since Marie Kondo s books started being translated from Japanese into English and her Netflix show became all the rage I ve always lived in what I like to refer to as my artists mess with lots of inspirational stuff around and clutter inevitably taking over But once in a while I go through a purge and get rid of some excess stuff and do some organizing and yearn for a bit visual serenity in the home in which I pretty much spend 247 being disabled by migraines and retired early for various health reasons being a shut in to avoid people and other irritants A few things I picked up about Marie Kondo s approach through the grapevine was her suggestion to discard things with the idea of focusing on keeping things that spark joy This seemed a bit silly to me but I understand now that it simply reuires a small shift in focus instead of fixating on all the things that need to be gotten rid of you need only consider what you actually don t want to live without and then get rid of all the rest I can see how the shift of focus can make a big difference but I don t at all buy her claim that going through her method once will make you a tidy clutter free and joyful person forever and ever When I heard about Marie Kondo s attitude about books I decided I d intuited rightly and that she definitely wasn t for me according to her people only read the books they ve just recently acuired and hanging on to books you intend to read someday does NOT spark joy and all those other volumes on the TBR and in your shelves should be discarded without a second thought To say I was outraged by this approach is putting it mildly I became resolutely anti kondo Or in any case she was never going to count me among her followers Then a friend of mine said she didn t buy the entire concept but found parts of her approach helpful So when this cute little manga became available to borrow from the online library catalogue I figured I d see what I might cherry pick for future use The first thing she advises is to start any tidying project by discarding excess stuff first No use buying a bunch of storage systems for a whole lot of stuff that you don t use anyway The second thing that makes good sense to me and which has been a huge hurdle is to sort things by category and NEVER by room or area because that approach becomes an endless tasks and pretty much ensures you ll never see the end of it She suggests starting with clothes first as the easiest category clothes then books then papers then hobbies etc and leaving sentimental objects and mementos to the very last for when you ve honed the skill of picking out those things you really want to keep because they spark joy The whole spark joy concept is a bit difficult to explain but I think I get it It s about keeping things because you really like them and want them not because you think they might eventually be useful or because you got them on sale or someone gave them to you as a gift or any number of reasons that make you hang on to stuff that ends up taking up space and dragging you down One thing which did speak to me and which probably is at the core of why we have a hard time parting with stuff we have no real use for is that we fear the future and hang on to things from the past as a way to cling on to memories and not knowing what is ahead we keep things in case it will be useful someday which reflects how unclear we are about our intentions in life All definitely true for me Still doesn t mean I m ready for a radical purge much less to get rid of all those books I look forward to eventually reading but I think I ll be able to get rid of things than ever before as it s a skill I keep getting better at anyway as the years go byAs for the rest she s got some neat folding techniues and insists all clothes should be manipulated with our hands to show it love or some such bosh Apparently this takes up less storage space She has other bits of magical wonder to impart but I ll leave it all to KonMari enthusiasts who actually believe in promises of anything at all being life changing and permanent and a source of constant joy Besides which I ll choose reading a book over folding laundry any time so I m not ever likely to have that perfectly neat home where not a single item is ever out of place I wouldn t be comfortable living in a space like that anyway I have no need for a showroom I Iike my home to look like someone actually lives in it

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Who struggles with a cluttered apartment messy love life and lack of direction After receiving a complaint from her attractive next door neighbor about the sad state of her balcony Chiaki gets Kondo to take her on as a client Through a series of entertaining and insightful lessons Kondo helps Chiaki get her home and life in order This insightful ill 4 starsThis was a cute fun readIt piued my curiosity held my interest and didn t take long to finishMs Kondo put forth some interesting ideas and helpful suggestions re tidying upAnd yes she totally goes there regarding all the books I I mean Chiaki hasahemWhich are still some of the hardest things in the world for me to let go of view spoilerUh sorry Just had a moment there hide spoiler


About the Author: Marie Kondō

The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing has been published in than 30 countriesShe was listed as one of the world's 100 most influential people by Time Magazine in 2015Personal website



10 thoughts on “マンガで読む人生がときめく片づけの魔法

  1. says:

    This book was sooooooooooooo cute And I did actually learn some tidbits of information about getting rid of stuf

  2. says:

    The KonMari Method of household organization has been bantered about amongst my friends for the last year but I had not read the book until now This graphic novel is a super cute appealing way of presenting the valuable information to all ages I read it fast went back to reread sections and I love the illustrations I have never ev

  3. says:

    I read KonMari’s book The Magic of Tidying and it was excellent This one added info and was even helpful The visual in the manga art was very useful Gotta admit though that I skipped the tidying of books a bit Clothes No prob Movies Yep Music Pshaw But books ✨Joy ✨Joy ✨Joy Oh well 🤷🏼‍♀️

  4. says:

    4 starsThis was a cute fun readIt piued my curiosity held my interest and didn't take long to finishMs Kondo put forth some interesting ideas and helpful suggestions re tidying upAnd yes she totally goes there regarding all the boo

  5. says:

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || || PinterestReading this book actually high key stressed me out because I am just as messy as Chiaki in this book and I haven't done a damn thing about it Get rid of my books NO THANK Y

  6. says:

    So I have somewhat mixed feelings about this book First the positives this is a sweet story that provides an accessible example of what the KonMari method is and how to apply it in your life There isn't really any new information here per se but presenting the information in a story format helps readers see how the KonMar

  7. says:

    This was so adorable It was a perfect little summary of Konmari The Manga is about Chiaki a Sales rep with a messy home Marie Kondo

  8. says:

    I’m a skeptic about gurus in general about tidying techniues in particular and especially about the KonMari craze that’s taken over the media in the last few years since Marie Kondo’s books started being translated from Japanese into English and her Netflix show became all the rage I’ve always lived in what I like to refer to as my artists mess with lots of “inspirational” stuff around and clutter

  9. says:

    uick review for a uick read I could say that my initial reaction upon finishing this book was ERMAHGARD THIS IS SO CUTE AND INFORMATIVE AND I CAN'T DEAL AND KONMARI REALLY DOES LOOK LIKE A FAIRY GAAAAAAAAAHHHH But then that really would only scratch the surface of the amount of joy that I received from this book It's a cute story that takes many of the principles from Marie Kondo's The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up

  10. says:

    This book is very excellent

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