Organizing deity Marie Kondo’s new Netflix show, Tidying Up With Marie Kondo, debuted just in time for New Year’s resolution anxiety season. Now, instead of worrying about doing Dry January, we can worry about doing Dry January and completing a taxing deep clean of our homes.
I’m still watching the show, though, and it’s delightful. Kondo is funny, compassionate, and comforting to watch, and Tidying Up certainly meets the “transformation” requirement we’ve come to expect from lifestyle-centric reality TV.
By the looks of Twitter, I’m not the only one who’s binge-watching. A lot of people, brimming with New Year’s enthusiasm, are trying out the KonMari method — keeping only items that “spark joy” — for themselves. Others are just tweeting jokes about it, but that’s useful too. If we only look at good tweets, it’s like we’re KonMari-ing Twitter.
i did a deeeeep konmari last summer and my winter thermals didn’t spark any joy so now a bitch just walks around cold thanks marie kondo smh
— rawiya kameir (@rawiya) January 1, 2019
Netflix did a brilliant by releasing the Marie Kondo show on New Years
— Emily Grace Buck ? (@emilybuckshot) January 1, 2019
in this house, we stan marie kondo
don’t even think about crossing this threshold unless you’re willing to give your fuckin life for every single sock you own
— Matt Bellassai (@MattBellassai) January 2, 2019
First blessing of 2019: watching Marie Kondo tenderly thanking and folding a “SQUAD GOALS” tank top
— knox (@imtellingcaity) January 1, 2019
I see what you’re doing Netflix, releasing the Marie Kondo show on the 1st of January…
— Thick Willy Pizzazz™?️ (@luciflemme) January 1, 2019
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