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“You’re born messy and you die messy, but someplace in between you get bullied into believing that you should be neat and organized,” says writer Jennifer McCartney in her hilarious new book, The Joy of Leaving Your Sh*t All Over the Place (The Countryman Press). Bravely rejecting the KonMari method and other trendy tidy-up plans, McCartney proposes a revolutionary (albeit tongue-in-cheek) system for accepting your own clutter. After reading the book, chatting with the author, and vowing to try the technique, here’s what I’ve learned.


Posted on Jun 19, 2017

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