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5 Tips to Keep Your House Comfortable

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Marie Kondo is famous for creating tidying method in her books titled “Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” and “Spark Joy”.

You can try simple tips from Marie Kondo to keep your house clean and make your life brighter.

1. Bring fresh air into your house

The first thing to do in the morning is to freshen up your house by opening all the windows, which also serves as a “good morning” greeting to your house and yourself.

2. Drink something that can bring joy every morning

Be it hot water, herbal tea, mineral water, etc., make sure that the first thing to drink in the morning can make you happy. 

3. Thank the items you wear

When putting your jacket or bag back into the closet at the end of the day, do it gratefully and say: “Thank you for helping me today.”

4. Put back items to their original place

Before going to bed, reset your mind and body by putting back items to the designated places.

5. Reflect at the end of the day

Reflect on what makes you happy that day. It could be everything, including people you met or things that happened.

YUNIA PRATIWI



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