I picked up this great little book yesterday called The Life-Changing Magic Of Tidying Up on home organization and I'm already half finished it so I thought I'd share a bit about it here on my blog since we Lululemon collectors tend to be magpies that hold on to our vast collections of things. Our collections make us happy, so why not find a way to enjoy the pieces we've collected over time instead of feeling numb to it because of the clutter it creates. I know I'm not alone in having a big pile of lulu laundry accumulating on a drying rack at any given time or a bundled up pile of headbands and lulu socks.
The great thing about this book is that its full of unconventional ideas about tidying and it's really about curating a smaller collection of meaningful things instead of hanging on to items that no longer serve us or make us happy. It's a way to enjoy the things we have and how to let go of the things that don't bring us joy and clutter our lives. One of the things Marie Kondo says it that storage experts are hoarders. That was kind of revolutionary for me as I'm alway seeking storage ideas for all my stuff as I feel like I don't have enough closet or storage space. It turns out I actually do have plenty of storage, just a lot of stagnant things I don't need to keep.