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In this final part (of a 3-part series), a psychologist continues to describe her KonMari journey. She describes surprising side effects — both negative and positive — and wonders about the magic of tidying with the KonMari method.
In this second part (of a 3-part series), a psychologist continues to describe her KonMari journey. She shares her successes (and some major roadblocks), and offers 5 key tips to make the KonMari method of decluttering work for you!
Although several years have passed since Japanese home-organization guru Marie Kondo published her book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, interest her “KonMari” method of de-cluttering shows no sign of waning. In fact, Kondo is enjoying yet another wave of popularity — and controversy — since the release of her Netflix series, Tidying up with Marie Kondo. In this first blog post (of a series), a psychologist shares her own KonMari journey.
A psychologist reflects upon her experience with sunburn (& “hell’s itch), pondering the lessons learned, including how she managed to perform a live singing debut (to a packed house) with an amazingly talented jazz quartet.
Pain medications are heavily used in western cultures. A psychologist describes her personal story of coping with severe back and neck pain — without resorting to taking pain medication.
The film “Code Therapy” is a brief (15-minute) award-winning documentary about the benefits of Telehealth tools, such as websites, apps, wearables, and other types of digital tools that are designed to improve mental health.
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