New Year’s resolutions have become almost taboo to even utter. Why? Probably because most of them don’t last past the month of January. It doesn’t mean they’re not well-intentioned, they may just require a little help.
The one resolution that typically tops resolution lists (well, ours at least) is to be more organized. Whether that’s purging and decluttering or establishing a filing system. The hard part, though, is knowing where to start and how to stick to it all year long.
Enter Japanese cleaning consultant Marie Kondo, the New York Times best-selling author of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. Read the rest of this entry »