Minimalist Kitchen Declutter: KonMari Method & Packing Party

Hey friends,

Today I’m sharing with you guys the last video of this three part minimalism series. If you haven’t seen the other videos, they are about minimalist cleaning habits & how to grocery shop like a minimalist. this weeks blog post is about two of my favorite methods of decluttering. They are both super simple and can also be mixed and matched.

The first one is the KonMari Method by the lovely Marie Kondo. I learned all about this technique in her book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up*. it is very well worth a read to further understand the intentions behind the KonMari Method. In a nutshell, you unload everything and go through things one by one, and ask yourself: “does this bring me joy?”. If it does, great, keep it. If it doesn’t, toss it.

The second method is by The Minimalists which is run by Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus. They have an amazing podcast about minimalism that I encourage everyone to listen to. Their decluttering method is called the packing party. Basically you pack everything out of sight, and take out individual things when you need them. Do this for a specific time period, and then asses everything you haven’t unpacked.

If you want more details, as to how to apply these methods to the kitchen, feel free to watch my video below, where I go into more detail.

I hope you guys enjoyed todays blog post. If you did, give it a thumbs up and share it with friends. If you enjoy my videos feel free to subscribe, it’s free 😉 And let me know it the comments below if you would like more on the minimalism topic.

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Silvia

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