‘Tidying Up’ sells Americans on the joy of decluttering

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Rhana Natour A popular Netflix show featuring Japanese organizing expert Marie Kondo encourages people to discard items in their home that do not “spark joy.” The philosophy emphasized in “Tidying Up” has inspired a decluttering phenomenon across the U.S., prompting an unusual flood of donations to secondhand stores and provoking questions about consumerism and waste. Rhana Natour has the story. Spring is around the corner, which, for some, means it's time to clean out the closets. As the “NewsHour's” Rhana Natour explains, a popular Netflix show featuring Japanese organizing expert Marie Kondo encourages people to discard items in their home that do not spark joy. Read more here >>>

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