The pre-surg purge - Part 1Read Now
I am currently busy worshiping at the shrine of the tidy goddess, Marie Kondo.
Thank you for the KonMari Method.
It brings me joy.
If you have been hiding under a rock and haven't heard about this revolutionary book by Japanese "goddess of tidying" Marie Kondo, I urge you to check it out. Or just come over to our house and I'll show you want I've been able to accomplish the past two weeks.
Before I even get started about what this book has done for me and our house, 10 take-aways from The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing:
THE PRE-SURG PURGE - PART 2 will be all about our house and what this means for me and my healing process.
1/29/2016 01:46:14 pm
I LOVE this book!! Though I've always thought of myself as a very "tidy" person, I found that I still had WAY too much stuff. My husband, a certified horader, actually read the first part and we did his closet in early December and so far it's still looking good. I got sock organizers from The Container Store (oh how I LOVE the Container Store) and so now his socks are standing upright! Simple truths that help the most!! Thinking of you daily!!xoxo
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Christina Mallory Chicoraske - a 30 year old, 4th generation Okie, diagnosed BRCA2+ and undergoing a prophylactic bilateral mastectomy. This is the tale of my journey with hopes to inform and encourage other young women searching for answers after a BRCA1/2 gene mutation discovery.