Marie Kondo continues to help the world clarify their lives, and last night she stopped at The Late Show to help host Stephen Colbert getting his desk in order. Of course, Kondo wins over hearts and inspires people to share with their unused possessions with his new Netflix series Tidying Up but Colbert had some unlikely challenges to throw at the expert – was she up for challenge?
Who is Marie Kondo?
Kondo first broke on stage with his book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up published in the United States in 2014, kicked a wave of people re-evaluating their belongings and cleansing mess. Kondo has a number of tried and true ways to get rid of "stuff" in your home, including looking at categories of things instead of tackling a whole room and respecting your belongings.
Condo's unique perspective gives people the opportunity to finally clean goods that no
Kondo shares his KonMari method with Colbert
Kondo had his translator available for her Colbert appearance and at one point, he told her: "Even if you had no translator, I would follow you with a cult connection and never leave. " It is high praise.
When Colbert asked, "Why do you think the Americans love your philosophy and you clean up a lot
Colbert puts Kondo to the test
Colbert then presented some things that were needed to clear at her desk, and she was happy to teach him the KonMari method. First of all, she asked to take the time to thank her "show home".
Together they came down on their knees and she explained, "So I usually do this in my heart, but you can just verbalize it for today. Express the gratitude you have for the study, what this desk and studio provides you the opportunity to do this amazing show every night. "
Kondo teaches Colbert to fold a fitted sheet
Colbert then picked up all the items from his desk and it was right the collection: a bottle of bourbon, delicious Cinnabon, hand cleaning and Kondo & # 39; s book … and guess what? They all spark joy for various reasons.
Then he presented a wadded up sheet when he explained, "It brings me great anger because it is impossible to fold a mounted sheet."
No worries, Kondo had life hack all have to fold a fitted sheet, as Colbert noted: "Nobel
See that folding a mounted sheet does not match Kondo, who shows Colbert and viewers how to straighten the edges and fold the sheet to create a rectangle, and then fold it in half. Kondo smoothed out when she explained that you should "send a lot of love through your palms as you fold." Then she rolled the sheet neatly and is ready to store in a linen closet or drawer.