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7 Things Marie Kondo Says To Do Every Day | Free Printable Konmari Checklist

A daily to do list inspired by Marie Kondo's decluttering method. Includes a free printable Konmari checklist for your Happy Planner!


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Marie Kondo has taught us how to declutter our lives and how to create a home that sparks joy from the inside out. My family and I have gone through the Konmari method ourselves, and while I was skeptical at first, after the first task (and seven bags of clothes to donate) I became a believer!



Whether you are feeling inspired after watching an episode of her show Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, or you’ve just finished reading The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, here are seven things you can implement into your daily routine to tidy your home like Marie Kondo.



Easy things you can do EVERY DAY to keep your home tidy, inspired by Marie Kondo's Konmari method. Even if you haven't decluttered your home yet these tips will make your home feel more clean and organized. Includes a free printable Konmari checklist that fits Happy Planner and more! #declutter #planner #mariekondo #konmari #organizedhome

7 Tidying Tasks to Do Every Day

Task 1: Make your bed

While making your bed each day might sound like a tedious task, you’ll be surprised at how tidy your room will look with a made bed. As soon as you get out of bed in the morning, take the time to make your bed.

Task 2: Do a morning tidy

Marie Kondo believes that one of the secrets to a tidy home is tidying first thing in the morning. By doing a quick tidy in the morning, you are starting your day off on the right foot! Choose a trouble spot in your home, and start by tidying this area first thing in the morning.

Task 3: Let in some fresh air

Our homes can sometimes feel stuffy, especially in the winter months when we are spending more time indoors. Open up the windows for a few minutes to let in a fresh breeze.

Task 4: Put things back where they belong when you’re done using them

As our days go on, we may find ourselves bringing out pots, pans, clothes, and other belongings to use. As soon as you’re done using these items, remember to put them back where they belong.

Task 5: Fold your clothes

Marie Kondo believes that the best way to store clothes is by using her folding method. This method takes a little bit of extra time but has a great payoff! If you are doing a load of laundry today, take the time to fold your clothes.

Task 6: Make sure everything in your home has a home

If you are finding that items in your home are constantly out of place, this might be because these items don’t really have a home. Take time to find a home for these items. If you find that something you’ve stored doesn’t work well for you, take the time to change it.

Task 7: Tidy in the evening

Before you go to bed or prepare for bed each night Marie Kondo suggests making one last tidying effort for the day. This might be as simple as making sure the toys are put away or tidying up your counters from dinner. Take this time to clean up your home so that you can have a fresh start in the morning.

Free Printable Konmari Checklist

Ready to start taking care of these 7 tidying tasks every day? Then you'll want to add my free printable daily Konmari checklist to your planner.



This checklist gives you a week's worth of daily tasks to help keep your home tidy. It can be resized to fit any planner (click here to see how to resize printables for the Happy Planner and more) and is designed to match my Mom Life Organized planner.

Find out how to declutter your books Marie Kondo style and see how you can make the Konmari method work as a busy mom here.



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Easy things you can do EVERY DAY to keep your home tidy, inspired by Marie Kondo's Konmari method. Even if you haven't decluttered your home yet these tips will make your home feel more clean and organized. Includes a free printable Konmari checklist that fits Happy Planner and more! #declutter #planner #mariekondo #konmari #organizedhome

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