- Her book is great — actually do the thing (you only do it once in a lifetime!), and do it in order. It's not just an activity, she's teaching you an introspective tool that you'll need to work on developing as you go, and she's helping you recognize a bunch of emotional baggage you've been unknowingly carrying around along with all your belongings.
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up
No, in my experience so far, the book seems to encourage the reader and participant in this minimalist project to go by his or her own guidance systemNo, in my experience so far, the book seems to encourage the reader and participant in this minimalist project to go by his or her own guidance system and choose which things to keep based on the feelings he or she gets from each object.
- Her Netflix show is also great and reveals her personality in a way that I don't think the book managed.
- I think she's actually trying to save the world, and while this path is a strange one, I think it's going to do more good than many other more traditional plans. I think it really is life-changing.