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The 5 Best Books for Achieving Your New Year's Resolutions

Be the change you want to see in 2019. How is it only mid-January? I feel like this is always the looongest month of the year. Since it's right after the holidays (post-holiday syndrome is real) and the coldest time of the year, January is downright depressing, making it a great time to read some inspiring and motivating books.Plus, if you slacked off on your New Year's resolutions after the first week, the end of January is a great time to get back to work on those goals and solidify them into...
Tags: Books, Arianna Huffington, Obama, College, Happiness, Inspiration, Self-help, Netflix, Michelle Obama, Vanessa King, Cookbook, New Year's Resolution, Marie Kondo, Huffington, Kondo, College Life


Marie Kondo v. Tsundoku: Competing Japanese Philosophies on Whether to Keep or Discard Unread Books

By now we've all heard of Marie Kondo, the Japanese home-organization guru whose book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up became an international bestseller in 2011. Her advice about how to straighten up the home, branded the "KonMari" method, has more recently landed her that brass ring of early 21st-century fame, her own Netflix series. A few years ago we featured her tips for dealing with your piles of reading material, which, like all her advice, are based on discarding the items t...
Tags: Google, Books, Japan, Washington Post, College, Netflix, Seoul, Tupperware, Facebook Twitter, Marie Kondo, Kondo, Colin Marshall, Ron Charles, Anakana Schofield, 21st Century Los Angeles, Schofield Charles


Marie Kondo v. Tsundoku: Two Japanese Philosophies on Whether to Keep or Discard Unread Books

By now we've all heard of Marie Kondo, the Japanese home-organization guru whose book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up became an international bestseller in 2011. Her advice about how to straighten up the home, branded the "KonMari" method, has more recently landed her that brass ring of early 21st-century fame, her own Netflix series. A few years ago we featured her tips for dealing with your piles of reading material, which, like all her advice, are based on discarding the items t...
Tags: Google, Books, Japan, Washington Post, College, Netflix, Seoul, Tupperware, Facebook Twitter, Marie Kondo, Kondo, Colin Marshall, Ron Charles, Anakana Schofield, 21st Century Los Angeles, Schofield Charles


10 Beginner Tips for the Collegiate Minimalist

As part two of the Minimalism series, we discuss different tips to help change your lifestyle and focus more the things you find important! This article is long overdue since I promised its arrival in the first part of the minimalist series, What It’s Like to Live as a Minimalist and Why You Should Consider It. Although these tips are helpful on their own, if you don’t fully understand what Minimalism is, I suggest you read the first post and come back to these tips later!As a refresher, the c...
Tags: Instagram, College, Advice, Lifestyle, Netflix, Amsterdam, Hollister, Minimalist, Tj Maxx, Tupperware, Kondo, Spain Italy, Minimalism, College Life, Greg McKeown, Marie Kondo Kondo


Organization Guru Marie Kondo’s Tips for Dealing with Your Massive Piles of Unread Books (or What They Call in Japan “Tsundoku”)

“Eats, Shoots, and Leaves is Britain’s number-one best seller at the moment, and it’s about punctuation, and no, I don’t get it either,” writes Nick Hornby in his February 2004 “Stuff I’ve Been Reading” column for the Believer. What explains how Lynne Truss’ guide to the proper use of commas, semicolons, and dashes became such a publishing phenomenon those thirteen holiday seasons ago? Hornby theorizes that everyone had someone in mind to give a copy, whether a punctuation pedant themsel...
Tags: Google, Books, Japan, College, Life, Los Angeles, Britain, Nick Hornby, Hornby, Seoul, Facebook Twitter, Marie Kondo, Los Angeles Review of Books, Kondo, Brennan, Colin Marshall


Change Your Life! Learn the Japanese Art of Decluttering, Organizing & Tidying Things Up

Custom dictates that you should observe July 4th—America’s Independence Day—outdoors, eating hot dogs, drinking beer, waving tiny flags on Main Street, and viewing fireworks. Why not liberate yourself from the tyranny of the traditional by spending a portion of the day indoors, communicating affection to your clothing, as organizational expert, Marie Kondo, author of the best selling book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, does in the instructional video, above? Most of us who d...
Tags: Google, College, Life, New York City, America, Indianapolis, Random, Facebook Twitter, Marie Kondo, Kondo, How to Learn for Free



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