Let's be honest: in quarantine, many work almost more intensively than in the office. Therefore, the planned "before the apocalypse" great general cleaning and cleaning of the wardrobe have to be postponed as usual until the weekend. But now we have time to take the systematization of things to a new level and finally try out the methods of Marie Kondo.
Marie Kondo became famous for the author's method of putting things in order [and in the head]. After reading her book "The Magic Cleaning" or watching the Netflix documentary Tidying Up With Marie Kondo, you will learn that you only need to keep those things that make you happy, and that you have been folding things wrong all your life.
According to Marie Kondo, things should be folded in such a way as to save space in the closet or chest of drawers as much as possible, to be able to take clothes without stirring up half of the wardrobe, and always keep everything in sight. How exactly do you do this? Watch in three instructional videos.