Marie Kondo has become a household name through the popularity of her KonMari Method™ of tidying, decluttering and reorganizing homes as a way of transforming lives for the better. Her Netflix series “Tidying Up With Marie Kondo” is a hit, and in pop culture the term KonMarihas become a verb describing any type of beneficial cleansing.
You can get the inside scoop on KonMari and Kondo’s philosophy on Tuesday, April 30, when Connecticut’s certified KonMari Consultant, Christine Thorn of Wolcott, gives a 6:30 p.m. presentation at Berlin-Peck Memorial Library in Berlin.
Thorn shares the benefits of the KonMari Method with clients across the state and beyond through her venture Sage of Interiors, LLC, as well as giving talks on Marie Kondo’s life-changing philosophy at venues including libraries, residential communities, and professional settings.
Inspired by Kondo’s best-selling book, “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up,” Thorn studied with Kondo and her team in New York City and is now a Certified Bronze KonMari consultant.
Thorn creates living spaces of comfort and serenity through the KonMari Method’s category-by-category system of tidying—guiding clients in a tidying journey toward keeping things that nourish the soul, while discarding the rest, and producing lasting results in the process. At the center of it all is a fundamental question: Does this spark joy?
For the past 27 years, Christine Thorn has been helping people with their body, mind, and spirit as a Chiropractor, Reflexologist, Reiki Master Practitioner, and Acupuncturist. Her passion for helping others heal through their environment and home has grown to include creating a new look and feel within their living spaces—and that, in turn, helped launch her on her KonMari journey.
Additional information is available on Thorn’s website at sageofinteriorsllc.com. You can also find her on Facebook and Instagram @sageofinteriors.
For details of the April 30 presentation and to register to attend, see the library’s website. The library is located at 234 Kensington Rd. in Berlin and may be reached at (860) 828-7125.