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Thread: Leah Remini, Lisa Kudrow & Marie Kondo - 2019 Critics’ Choice Real TV Awards

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    Default Leah Remini, Lisa Kudrow & Marie Kondo - 2019 Critics’ Choice Real TV Awards





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    Okay, I’m sorry I know this has nothing to do with their clothing but the whole Marie Kondo obsession just pisses me off. There is nothing about her method that is about “organizing “ about your stuff per se . It’s more about purging your excess stuff and then organizing it . Sure...it’s easy to organize 5 things as opposed to 25. She’s just a glorified “hoarder” consultant .

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    Aw, I think she's cute and lots of people have found her inspirational.

    It's not saying much but her outfit is the best of the three, especially with the red lining.
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    That's leah Rimini now. Mh, okay, I think she looks nothing like herself. Lisa looks good.

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    Lisa's hair looks good this length.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rollo View Post
    Aw, I think she's cute and lots of people have found her inspirational.

    It's not saying much but her outfit is the best of the three, especially with the red lining.
    I think that’s why people like her cause they think she’s cute ...like a little fairy telling you to find joy in something. When her book first came out I thought it would be great. Then I read some excerpts and realized what a snow job the whole “ method” was.
    But I digress ...yes her outfit is the best of the bad . Lol
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    Lisa look good, I love Leah and I think she looks good here too. I do like Marie's dress the best.

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    Lisa looks great, and I think Leah looks fine. So does the "Throw Everything You Own Into a Fire" chick.

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    I used Marie Kondo's method for folding t-shirts & jeans, & I was able to fit 17 pairs of jeans into 1 dresser drawer & 24 t-shirts into a nightstand drawer.

    The reason I have so many jeans is because my weight was fluctuating quite a bit for a while, so I'm waiting to see where it "lands" before I get rid of anything.

    I read a great book on decluttering recently (not organizing so much, but actually getting rid of things you don't need/use) called "Decluttering at the Speed of Life". For me, it was very relatable, & I plan to read it again so I can highlight certain things, which I didn't do the first time because I really didn't expect to be so motivated by it. I got it on Amazon Prime for free. I highly recommend it if you're looking to declutter your life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Labelwhore View Post
    Okay, I’m sorry I know this has nothing to do with their clothing but the whole Marie Kondo obsession just pisses me off. There is nothing about her method that is about “organizing “ about your stuff per se . It’s more about purging your excess stuff and then organizing it . Sure...it’s easy to organize 5 things as opposed to 25. She’s just a glorified “hoarder” consultant .

    A lot of what she does just seems like common sense to me so I never got it either ... but she's really cute
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    yeah, there was stuff i already did before but she helps make it more systematic.

    and her folding method is wonderful, especially if you're tight for space. i like living right in the city so i sacrifice space for location, but i also hate feeling cramped and like there's clutter so i have to make sure i don't accumulate too much stuff, and be smart about how i store stuff. i was able to fit about 50% more stuff in my dresser drawers using her folding method than with traditional folding. also, you can see every single item in a drawer at first glance. no need to look in a stack of shirts and knock it over trying to get the t-shirt at the bottom.
    same with sheets, pillowcases and duvet covers which now all fit into one of the drawers under my bed.

    i also find that her folding methods keeps clothes from wrinkling and creasing as much. i use it now for packing my suitcases when i travel and stuff arrives in much better condition than when i laid it flat.
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