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Gemma Quinn (left) became the first Australian to train under worldwide sensation Marie Kondo

How to organize like a professional: Australian & # 39; tidy & # 39; expert trained by Marie Kondo reveals her top three tricks for transforming your home

  • Gemma Quinn became the first Australian to train under Marie Kondo
  • The professional netter is only one of the six consultants who work Down Under
  • The KonMari consultant & # 39; Certified Platinum & # 39; has revealed her top three tricks
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A professional cleaner who became the first Australian to train under global sensation Marie Kondo has revealed her top three organizational tricks.

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Gemma Quinn, from Melbourne, has mastered the art of the renowned KonMari method – and she is just one of six consultants working Down Under.

Speak against Whimn, said KonMari's & # 39; Certified Platinum & # 39; consultant that the cleanup method is not about redecorating your home, but about having your life in order.

Gemma Quinn (left) became the first Australian to train under worldwide sensation Marie Kondo

Gemma Quinn (left) became the first Australian to train under worldwide sensation Marie Kondo

The & # 39; Certified Platinum & # 39; KonMari consultant said the cleanup method is not about redecorating your house, but about having your life in order

Mrs. Quinn revealed how a handbag organizer was perfect for storing all the items in your car
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Mrs. Quinn revealed how a handbag organizer was perfect for storing all the items in your car

Mrs. Quinn revealed how a handbag organizer was perfect for storing all the items in your car

What is the KonMari method?

  • Commit yourself to cleaning up
  • Imagine your ideal lifestyle
  • First complete the discarding
  • Clean up by category, not by location
  • Follow the correct order
  • Ask yourself if it generates joy

Created by the Japanese woman Marie Kondo, KonMari is about throwing away the things that no longer bring you joy and reorganizing your home to create a better life.

Source: KonMari

& # 39; I believe that helping people to understand these relationships helps them to understand themselves, and by cleaning up the things in our homes, we engage things in our hearts, & # 39; she said.

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To get started, Mrs. Quinn said in KonMari, the first technique they learn is folding vertically to maximize storage space.

Homeowners are encouraged to fold their clothes into rectangular shapes and then place them vertically in boxes instead of stacking them horizontally.

She then recommended giving your personal belongings an allocated space.

She said that if every item you own has a clearly identified purpose, you will probably only keep the things that you really need and that will generate joy for you.

Homeowners are encouraged to fold their clothes into rectangular shapes and then place them vertically in boxes instead of stacking them horizontally

Homeowners are encouraged to fold their clothes into rectangular shapes and then place them vertically in boxes instead of stacking them horizontally

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Homeowners are encouraged to fold their clothes into rectangular shapes and then place them vertically in boxes instead of stacking them horizontally

The & # 39; Certified Platinum & # 39; KonMari consultant said the cleanup method is not about redecorating your house, but about having your life in order

The & # 39; Certified Platinum & # 39; KonMari consultant said the cleanup method is not about redecorating your house, but about having your life in order

The & # 39; Certified Platinum & # 39; KonMari consultant said the cleanup method is not about redecorating your house, but about having your life in order

And it's not just your home that you should organize.

Mrs. Quinn – who worked with Holden – revealed how a handbag organizer was perfect for storing all the items in your car.

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& # 39; I put everything I might need while on the move in this bag, & # 39; she said, adding that she likes to put the handbag in the center console of a vehicle.

& # 39; This way it can keep all those things you need in daily life close at hand and ready. & # 39;

In the trunk she organizes all her things in baskets or boxes that do not fall over.

& # 39; You can easily take things in and out when you need them and avoid loose items rolling around your boots, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; Another & # 39; room & # 39; would be underneath the trunk that has a lot of cars & you can store things like picnic rugs, blankets, an extra dog leash, frisbees etc. that can make your life easier when you're on the road. & # 39; ;

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