As spring begins to brighten the landscape in northwestern Connecticut, our thoughts turn to “spring cleaning” of many types as we seek a transformative sense of renewal as dramatic as the one washing across the landscape.
The most influential lifestyle transformation figure on the popular culture landscape is Marie Kondo, the entrepreneur and media star who 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 the pop culture lexicon now employs the term KonMari as a verb describing any type of salutary cleansing.
You can get the full scoop and the real facts behind the KonMari Method and philosophy on Saturday, April 6, at 11 a.m., when Noble Horizons is hosting a presentation by Connecticut’s only certified KonMari consultant, Christine Thorn of Wolcott. She shares the benefits of KonMari with clients across the state through her business venture, Sage of Interiors, LLC.
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. This professional decluttering and organizing becomes the foundation for a simpler, more enriching, mindful, introspective and forward-looking life.
At the center of the KonMari philosophy is a litmus test question determining which items get to stay and which have to go: Does this spark joy? The KonMari Method focuses on keeping only those items which bring joy to your life.
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, launched her on her KonMari journey.
To learn more, attend the free presentation—Saturday, April 6 at 11 a.m.—at Noble Horizons, which is located on 110 wooded and landscaped acres at 17 Cobble Road in Salisbury, CT, and offers rehabilitation, nursing care and senior living.
Guests may register to attend the presentation by calling Noble Horizons at 860-435-9851, or may register online at Noble Horizons.