Marie Kondo opens online store
Forbes › Finance › 2 months ago
Decluttering expert Marie Kondo, author of international bestseller The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up and host of Netflix show Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, revealed the cover for her April 2020 nonfiction book, Joy at Work: Organizing Your...
The Week › 2 weeks ago
Have you followed Marie Kondo's advice and thrown out everything in your residence that doesn't spark joy? Great! Now it's time to fill your residence back up again — and as long as your shelves are bare, why not buy all that stuff directly from...
Daily Mail Online › 2 weeks ago
Decluttering expert Marie Kondo, Los Angeles, is selling 125 products which 'spark joy' for her - including a brass tool holder costing $275 (£213).
Business Insider › Lifestyle › 2 weeks ago
Marie Kondo, author of the best-selling book "The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up" and star of a spin-off Netflix series, has inspired many people to declutter their homes. She's since opened a new online store to sell a variety of home goods...
Slate › Entertainment › 2 weeks ago
“I can think of no greater happiness in life than being surrounded only by the things I love.” Same, Marie Kondo.
USA Today › Finance › 2 weeks ago
Organizing expert Marie Kondo is hoping to spark joy among consumers with a newly-launched online shop.
Forbes › Finance › 2 weeks ago
It's not the hypocrisy of Marie Kondo's e-commerce store that bothers me: It's the business strategy.
New York Post › 2 weeks ago
First, she came for your clutter — now she wants to sell you housewares. Marie Kondo — who became a pop culture sensation with a series of books, YouTube tutorials and her hit “Tidying Up” Netflix series — launched an online shop Monday where...
Commentary: Marie Kondo helped you get rid of clutter. Now she wants to sell you more stuff. Ever heard of a long con?
Chicago Tribune › 2 weeks ago
Kondo's new online store is stocked with expensive, new stuff to replace the things you cleaned out. Was she really just a salesperson all along?
The Guardian › Finance › 2 months ago
Growing numbers of people, partly inspired by Marie Kondo, are ditching consumerism for a simpler lifeIt’s time to declutter. Fuelled in part by Marie Kondo’s call to eschew anything that does not “spark joy”, a growing number of people are...