How Marie Kondo’s ‘Tidying Up’ Method Can Improve Mental Health

“Many times when we clean or we tidy up, we don’t think about it that way. We think about it more so as a chore.”

By Syeda HasanMarch 25, 2019 9:30 am, , , ,

From KERA:

When she moved out of her Collin County apartment last July, 26-year-old Emma Walters began taking stock of her belongings.

“I have a Lisa Frank jewelry box from when I was like eight that I really love, and then I have a Peter Pan McDonald’s toy of Tinkerbell,” Walters says.

She’s holding on to those, but Walters has been on a journey of tidying up and purging some of her old things. Her family has lived in their McKinney home her entire life, and Walters says she’s never had friends over.

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