[Book Review] Spark Joy, Kondo

Didn’t Kondo Marie already write a book about getting rid of stuff? Why would there need to be another book? Which is the better one? Both have their advantages. Whereas The Life-Changing Magic Of Tidying Up broaches the topic of reducing clutter in general terms, Spark Joy goes into specifics with drawings and applicable examples. If the former book is like an essay arguing a point, the latter book presents the execution on those arguments.

Rating: ★★★★☆ [4/5]
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[Applied Self-Confidence] 2019 In Review

Late last year, I mused over what goals I wanted to achieve in 2019. Now that it’s approaching 2020, how did I do? My New Year’s Resolution was “removing more burdens from my life,” which, I achieved. I’ll use the same resolution, “removing more [external] burdens from my life,” since it efficiently summarizes what I want out of my life. After reviewing my favorite media, I’ll write about my goals and how I plan to achieve them.

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[Applied Self-Confidence] I Never Read…!

“I never read…![1]” “I just read one page at a time.[2]” “I can never find the time…![1]” “I read right when I wake up, so I get it out of the way.[2]” “I just can never find the time…[1]” Along with scheduling the time to read, having dedicated space and specific reading plans are important for reading success. Since I tend to adapt to certain environments, if I have a space for reading, I’ll read.

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