29 Sep Packing Tips During Relication – Using The KonMari Method
An essential thing that has to be accomplished when relocating is packing your items. When you look at the mountain pile of things to pack, we know you may be ready to raise a white flag in surrender. Both packing and relocating require patience and planning, but look no further, here we offer you a method that might come in handy before the big move.
Dont’s Stress, Use the KonMari Method
In simple terms, this is a method of organizing things pioneered by Marie Kondo. The technique teaches you to sort by category and not by room, segregating into three categories: keep, throw out, and donate. You are encouraged only to keep the things that spark joy and are of actual use to you. For those items you-never-thought-you-had, or things you do not need, consider placing them in the “throw out” category. The rest of items that you think you may be having a hard time parting with, consider d9nating.
While many people associate this method with tidying, it’s really about discarding items that lack value. Once you’ve tossed items in every category, you should have a much smaller set of remaining items that you can return to various closets, drawers, shelves, and boxes. Note that you’re to finish one category before moving onto the next one.
Because you’re actively choosing items that spark joy, and discarding what doesn’t, the intention of the KonMari method is to end up with a clutter-free home that is better able to bring more joy and prosperity to your life.
It is a simple and minimal method, and most certainly worth considering before your next move.