I’ve been gone for a long time, but excuses aside I have content on the way and my best friend is getting married next week!!!!!!!!!!!!
So we have all watched Tidying Up with Marie Kondo on Netflix. If you haven’t… maybe you’ve heard of the “Marie Kondo method” or “The KonMari Method,” which is defined by her website as cleaning which encourages tidying by category – not by location – beginning with clothes, then moving on to books, papers, komono (miscellaneous items), and, finally, sentimental items. Keep only those things that speak to the heart, and discard items that no longer spark joy. Thank them for their service – then let them go.
My key takeaways from show- was that everything should have a place in your home, how to fold different types of clothing into rectangle thirds so they can fit accordingly in your drawers without wrinkling and LAST BUT NOT LEAST how to get rid of the items that don’t spark joy when you pick them up. After tearing my room apart, it got me thinking that I can apply letting go of things that don’t bring me joy to my relationships in life.
No not with just my dating life, but with my work relationships, my friendships and my social media “friends.” If a certain relationship/social media account/etc doesn’t spark joy into my life they are getting the AX. Start saying no to things that don’t spark joy. Unfollow accounts that don’t spark joy. Cancel on your friend who keeps you in mind only when their boyfriend is out of town. Say no to the guy who is constantly looking from validation from women on dating apps.
Find yourself more of the giver in a friendship, then when you need a favor it isn’t reciprocated? AX. Questioning wether the happy times outweigh the bad in your relationship? Friendship? AX.
Someone always negative on social media or constantly flaunting their highlight reel to the point that it doesn’t seem genuine? Thank them for their service – then let them go. AX.
Have a great Tuesday everyone. This week I will finally have a post up on YEEZYS and more.