The Netflix original series Tiding Up with Marie Kondo premiered on January 1, and people have been tidying up their homes since. Kondo’s method of tidying through finding sparks of joy was famed through her book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, which was released in English in 2014. The show has found a broader audience and people are into the gentle approach Kondo takes to clean up your messy, organized home. People are obsessed with finding out if their belongings truly spark joy and throwing their things out.
There’s a lot of photos of people Kondo-ing their homes on social sites.
Hello, I watched one episode of Marie Kondo on Netflix pic.twitter.com/YNwJZBsLau
— Hrishikesh Hirway (@HrishiHirway) January 9, 2019
marie kondo got me like pic.twitter.com/55xJeUzPiM
— lou (@_louisemargaret) January 10, 2019
I Marie Kondo’d my sock drawer. Is this what invincibility feels like? pic.twitter.com/bJIKmIpkPy
— DJ Judd (@DJJudd) January 10, 2019
— Julia Zhou (@semiovular) January 2, 2019
Others are poking fun at the method of asking if your belongings “spark joy” through memes.
Marie Kondo: get rid of anything that doesn’t spark joy
— Jean Rhyphio (@RhyLoosh) January 9, 2019
marie kondo, gesturing to the nhl: does this spark joy?
— ◞ ( ´ ͜ʖ｀) ◟ ✩°｡⋆ (@byulzgalov) January 9, 2019
*Marie Kondo scrolling Whatsapp*
"Does this group spark joy?"
— (@keinesasih) January 10, 2019
before you tweet, consider: does this take spark joy
— Andrea Long Chu (@theorygurl) January 9, 2019
*He* did not spark joy pic.twitter.com/D745STnsux
— Damien Kempf (@DamienKempf) January 10, 2019
If an email does not spark joy, delete it
— James Hamblin (@jameshamblin) January 7, 2019
I now need to go organize my entire home.
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