Ah. Thought so.
oh so satisfying x
Never heard of Kondo. Will look it up. (The circus tent came from Ikea, if you want one.)
Well, from my perspective it is working, and it is working beautifully. That second shot is as lovely as a piece by Chihuly.
What a soothing transformation. I must get going on my own divine order again.
The first photo strongly resembles a drawer in my house; I'm trying hard to connect it with the words 'gracious living'. Photo 2 is nicely rainbow-ordered.....The Kondo philosophy is a bit extreme for me; raises my anxiety too much! But good luck with it, Lucille - you can be the Pioneer Woman for us all!
No one should attempt this while convalescing. You have to be fighting fit. Also my anxiety levels were higher not doing it than doing it. I am beginning to breathe more easily.
Those brilliant colors really raise my spirit. I have to admit I also spied some intriguing papers in photo number one. Clearly, I need conditioning, got to get past this clinging to perceived treasures.Bravo to you, Lucille. xo
And the office stationery cupboard?
I'm with you about anxiety levels reducing Lucille! But I'll be treating my studio as a whole different domaine, to be tackled after I finish the house - by which time it might be warm enough to work in there...
I tried something similar once with patchwork scraps, but decided all I needed was more storage space .