First is you have to commit yourself to tidying up. That’s going to be important not just to get started but keeping your budget under control.
Next is to imagine your ideal lifestyle This is one of the most powerful things I teach in our goals-based investing strategy, making your goals real, making that mental picture of your ideal goals so they always motivate you.
Third here is to finish discarding first. With Marie Kondo’s method, this means working through that entire pile of clothes or whatever before you start putting things away.
Fourth I the Konmari rules is tidying by category, not be room.
Rule five is to follow a specific order. So for Konmari, that’s clothes, books, papers, komono or miscellaneous items, and sentimental items. There’s a special reason for this and it’s also going to really help you with your bills.
Finally here, the last rule is to ask yourself if each item sparks joy and if you haven’t watched Marie Kondo explain this herself, it’s a great little emotive explanation.