Marie Kondo wants us to change our lives, by becoming less messy - but does her new Netflix documentary unwittingly reveal that some things are better left just as they are?
Marie Kondo wants to make me into a different person. And not just me. The author of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up is coming for me and people like me. People who forget to put the butter back into the fridge; who have no idea what they did with the kitchen scissors; who own piles of books that teeter dangerously in every corner of the house. If Kondo has her way, my house will...
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