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The Life-Changing Manga of Tidying Up: A Magical Story (2017)

de Marie Kondo

Altres autors: Yuko Uramoto (Il·lustrador)

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"From the #1 New York Times best-selling author and lifestyle/cleaning guru Marie Kondo, this graphic novelization brings Kondo's life-changing tidying method to life with the fun, quirky story of a woman who transforms her home, work, and love life using Kondo's advice and inspiration. Marie Kondo presents the fictional story of Chiaki, a young woman in Tokyo 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, illustrated 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 ages"--… (més)
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So I've never read the original and skipped over the cheesy romance side story, but this is pretty sound practice. Though I pretty much do all this stuff already, so I'm basically Marie Kondo. I prefer the moniker Lindsay the Destroyer. ( )
  LibroLindsay | Jun 18, 2021 |
I love Marie Kondo and her konmari method. I love the focus on what you want to keep, versus what you need to get rid of, and the whole idea of surrounding yourself with things that spark joy. We do differ in opinion on how many books to keep (there is no way I'm getting rid of all the unread books I own, my reading track record shows that I do get round to them eventually), but other than that I have found her method very useful.

This manga doesn't give any new information if, like me, you have read her previous book. But it was a nice refresher of her method. It gave me motivation to keep going, after the initial rush of tidying and sorting had worn off. The characters are so cute. Chiaki is adorable. The manga reads like a story, reiterating the konmari method as Chiaki learns how to part with things she has kept. It's a quick, easy read. It's also a nice book to dip in and out of. It has the folding instructions for clothing in picture form, which I find very useful, as I am much better at learning things like that visually.

If you're a fan of Marie Kondo, or if you want a gentle introduction to the konmari method, this book is for you. ( )
  crimsonraider | Apr 1, 2021 |
2.5 stars? I guess it was kind of a cute way for Marie Kondo to present her life altering tidying methods, but it also sort of felt like reading an infomercial. ( )
  photonegative | Jan 5, 2021 |
I was prepared to make fun of this manga, but it's actually very charming and practical. ( )
  resoundingjoy | Jan 1, 2021 |
Picked up the manga on a whim, haven't read the original. Surprised with how good this was! My first exposure to Kondo was the outrage of conspicuous readers at the idea that perhaps they should discard books they will never re-read and/or don't enjoy.

I found her tips interesting, intuitive, and helpful, and plan to use them to downsize when we move later this year. A surprising amount of the book seemed to tie into RFT/ACT really well - the focus on mindfulness and the now, making room for discomfort but still doing what needs to be done, emphasis on values-based action, not being fused with the 'shoulds' and 'mights' etc. Would be fun to discuss overlaps in the exercises between the Kondo method and ACT with some RFT folks.

A few of the tips made me laugh at loud at first- thanking an item before discarding it, covering the eyes of photos making it easier to discard them, touching (but not opening) a book to see if it sparks joy. But I decided to test it out and by god it really does work in practice. The books that I truly love - just seeing the covers sparked joy. If I had to open it up and read a bit, it was like I was trying to convince myself that it sparked joy when it did not. With the other tips, Kondo acknowledges our tendency towards anthropomorphism and empathy.

The story illustrating the tips was incredibly saccharine but the examples and common questions/arguments were well presented. Really well presented, just with it had a touch more content. ( )
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Despite having a super-similar title to The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up and being on the same subject, this isn't that book. It's fictionalized and was written several years later. Plus, of course, it's a manga, not a prose work.
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"From the #1 New York Times best-selling author and lifestyle/cleaning guru Marie Kondo, this graphic novelization brings Kondo's life-changing tidying method to life with the fun, quirky story of a woman who transforms her home, work, and love life using Kondo's advice and inspiration. Marie Kondo presents the fictional story of Chiaki, a young woman in Tokyo 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, illustrated 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 ages"--

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