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Alexandria Lawrence Nov 26
your kitchen in time for the holiday season! Bringing joy to and beyond... In need of some good vibes? The Thanksgiving special is a must-listen 🎧
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Sarah Bradberry Nov 27
I started doing a on my textile art stash because there’s still stuff I’m allergic to in there. I found 2 balls of yarn with a percentage of acrylic so far and my hands are burning 😐
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Mekki MacAulay, PEng, PhD Nov 27
Great time to practice pre-emptive -ing. It won't spark joy for long. You don't need it.
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Dmitry Maksyoma Nov 27
If you like , you will likely like "Getting Things Done". Its whole selling point is to reduce clutter inside your head and start feeling carefree. By writing things down and having reminders in place, I'm able to let things go from my mind.
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Podnods Nov 28
Perfect for after Black Friday listening, podcasts on and decluttering, check out "Spark Joy" by and discover similar shows at
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Neat Little Nest | Michele Vig 8h
The playroom - the place where children's joy and parent's frustration often meet up. The reality is that a messy playroom can also cause anxiety in children making it challenging for them to focus on play.
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Lisa Nivison-Smith Nov 28
definately needs ways to spark joy
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Dr. Jessica Louie PharmD | Burnout & KonMari Dec 2
Do you love your home? Joy at Work starts with Joy at Home. I'm a big believer in this concept. Have you considered this in your own home? Get the step-by-step process here:
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Dr. Jessica Louie PharmD | Burnout & KonMari Dec 1
Honored to be a guest on Mindful & Intentional with ! Tell us your takeaway from the episode!
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Leslie A.M. Smith Dec 3
Save 20% all month on Wear You've Been™ cards and free shipping! via
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Christina M. McDougall Nov 25
More than 200 items have left my home this year. Clothes and books are 90% organized; wrapping these up today so I can move on to a pure paper focus this weekend. Still averaging a bag/box a day of trash or recycling.
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Visit Japan UK Nov 27
Time for a challenge! Marie Kondo will help us with Christmas prep this year 🎄
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Dr. Jessica Louie PharmD | Burnout & KonMari 15h
I'm often asked "How did you SIMPLIFY your life" to help with burnout and stress? I’m sharing 5 personal examples and client success stories today to help in your simplifying journey. Listen here:
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Sarah Bradberry Nov 28
Not sure sorting yarn stash in 36 degree C heat is a good idea? “Does this yarn spark joy? Well I’m never going to ever wear knitwear or weave or crochet ever again so this yarn can fuck off”. I think I’ll stop for now 🤣
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Dr. Jessica Louie PharmD | Burnout & KonMari Nov 27
Feel distracted during large events? Here are my 4 tips for being present during the holidays and large gatherings this year! Listen here:
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Li-Hsuan Lung Dec 3
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Wacky Tobaccy Nov 27
Marie Kondo that orange gorilla. He definitely doesn't spark joy.
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Aaron Gross Nov 28
I did too: clothes, books, everything she says, and I don’t miss a single thing. And my closets are still beautifully ordered (partly because I’m too lazy to fold and put away my laundry, but still). All hail the empress-goddess !!!
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Andrea Pflaumer 5h
One day sale!! 70% off my ebook, Shopping for the Real You now through Saturday, December 5! Buy one for a friend!
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Victory Financial Group Nov 29
Ahhh…the kitchen. It’s the room you spend the most time in, so it’s also the most cluttered. Check out these fabulous KonMari organization tips…her decluttering process can help you save money by avoiding spending on gadgets you’ll never use!  
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