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The Magic of the KonMari Method: How to Fold and Store Your Clothes

Cleaning consultant and author Marie Kondo says that all you need is to listen to each piece on how it wants to be handled

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Once you've sorted your clothes, what would be the next big step? Are you ready to organize and put these back in their place? Most of us depend on handy storage bins, containers, and baskets to keep clutter at bay—but do we really need to spend a lot on storage solutions?

After reading the New York Times Best Seller The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo, you would also realize that there's no need for fancy storage solutions or more storage space, for that matter. The author shares the following storage tips:

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