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10 Marie Kondo Quotes to Take You into the New Year

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“Presents are not “things” but a means for conveying someone’s feelings. When viewed from this perspective, you don’t need to feel guilty for parting with a gift. Just thank it for the joy it gave you when you first received it.”

“The true purpose of a present is to be received.”

“The question of what you want to own is actually the question of how you want to live your life.”

“Keep only those things that speak to your heart. Then take the plunge and discard all the rest. By doing this, you can reset your life and embark on a new lifestyle.”

“After all, our possessions very accurately relate the history of the decisions we have made in life. Tidying is a way of taking stock that shows us what we really like.”

“Now imagine yourself living in a space that contains only things that spark joy. Isn’t this the lifestyle you dream of?”

“The process of assessing how you feel about the things you own, identifying those that have fulfilled their purpose, expressing your gratitude, and bidding them farewell, is really about examining your inner self, a rite of passage to a new life.”

“There are three approaches we can take toward our possessions: face them now, face them sometime, or avoid them until the day we die.”

“To get rid of what you no longer need is neither wasteful nor shameful. Can you truthfully say that you treasure something buried so deeply in a closet or drawer that you have forgotten its existence?”

“The act of cluttering is really an instinctive reflex that draws our attention away from the heart of an issue.”

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