Celebrity organizer Marie Kondo now sells home goods online – but it is a move that some on social media have declared "ironic", which the cleaning expert shot to stellar and preach the idea of "less is more" and encourages people to become getting rid of themselves of something in it that does not "spark joy."
On Monday, Netflix host for "Tidying Up With Marie Kondo" launched an e-commerce store on its KonMari website. The Organizing Guru is officially touching on various knick-knacks across aromatherapy, bathtubs, books, cooking, decor, entertaining and organizing categories, including $ 9 dish soap, a $ 60 set of food storage containers, an $ 86 candle and a $ 1
"The goal of cleaning is to make room for meaningful objects, people and experiences. I can't imagine any greater happiness in life than just being surrounded by the things I love, "Kondo was quoted on the site.
Twitter users quickly seized the moment to make fun of the" ironic "store and wonder how "The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up" author could hook the trendy ornaments in good conscience.
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"What a real cow job" one user jokes.
"That was the plan all along. Get rid of stuff so you can buy more, "another agreed.
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However, Kondo has claimed that the opening of her KonMari store does not mean that she encourages consumerism, tells The Wall Street Journal that she found inspiration for the collection after being asked what kind of products she personally uses in her own home.
"I" I'm not trying to encourage over-purchasing of anything, "the guru said." what is most important to me is that you surround yourself with objects that bring joy. If the bowl you are currently using sparks joy for you, I do not encourage replacing it at all. "