Tidying Up with Marie Kondo - Season 1
The series begins with many of Marie Kondo's exciting works of art, helping customers get rid of the mess - and choose joy. The series begins with a couple who live with two young peace children learning how to get rid of the mess of the playroom, helping them reorganize their lives. On another hand, Marie helps a couple with the first toddler on the road getting tips for organizing shoes, stretching socks and removing a mountain of accumulated paper.
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January 02, 2019 Kondo has a genuineness and a positive energy about her that are as contagious as they are inspiring and necessary after the insanity that was 2018.Read in Source
January 02, 2019 Kondo has hit upon an ingenious formula for a show - if not, perhaps one that can sustain forever. But it suits a moment of mental clutter at which renewal seems like a dream worth indulging.Read in Source
January 01, 2019 Tidying Up is a zen alternative to a lot of what's on cable.Read in Source
The Age (Australia)
December 28, 2018 Arriving like an angel of order, Kondo promises a calmer, more relaxed life.Read in Source
January 02, 2019 If you're not already a KonMari convert, there's a chance the series won't spark anything at all.Read in Source
January 03, 2019 What's interesting about Tidying Up is that it isn't especially voyeuristic - and that seems to be what makes it work.Read in Source
New York Magazine/Vulture
January 02, 2019 Considering that this show is the literal equivalent of watching other people clean their houses, something I barely want to do myself, it is far more absorbing and interesting than I expected.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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