Have you read this book by Marie Kondo and used her methods? I cleaned out my (tiny) closet and ended up with three bags of clothes to donate. It really was life changing.
Did you have a similar experience using the KonMari method? What things brought you joy that surprised you? Do you have any tips from using the KonMari method to share with folks who want to tidy their pantry or collection of salt and pepper shakers or closet or other part of their house? Thanks for sharing your spring cleaning inspiration and tips!
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