For kids, it’s best to teach them how to fold their clothes first. Kids will be able to fold their clothes at about three years old. You don’t want to teach them how to put away toys first because it’s difficult. Clothes are something kids wear every day, so it’s easy for them to have a sense about their belongings.
Marie “KonMari” Kondō is an acclaimed tidying consultant, best selling author of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up and other books, and creator of the decluttering and organizing KonMari Method™ that has revolutionized the professional organizing world.
By promoting a focus on what to keep rather than what to discard, her tidying method has inspired others to explore their relationships to their surroundings, their values, and what it is they most desire from their life.
Spark Joy with a 'Konmari' Tidying Session
Sabina lives and works in Zürich, Switzerland and believes our homes should “Spark Joy” and that is the only one that matters.
As a home organizer and lifestyle consultant, Sabina applies her experience to unpack both the physical and emotional stuff that’s getting in your way so that you can become the person you are meant to be.
In April 2018, she attended the KonMari Seminar in London and is now a ‘KonMari Consultant-in-training’.
KonMari Tidying Lessons
Hands-on, in-home tidying lessons following The KonMari Method of decluttering and organizing
Sessions focus on the categories of items in your home (clothes, books, etc.) instead of specific rooms (bedroom, bathroom, etc.)
Holistic approach. The transformation is seen throughout your entire home, one category at a time
Sessions typically run five hours – long enough to make serious progress and leave you energized