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Like the rest of us, Marie Kondo is unexpectedly spending a lot more time at home these days.
She’s running her KonMari company from an office she shares with her husband (the one with the better wifi signal), taking care of their two young daughters who are home from school, cooking three meals a day, and of course tidying.
She’s also promoting her newest book Joy at Work via Zoom interviews after her book tour was cancelled, like so much else. And while it might not seem like an opportune time to be promoting a guide to living your best office life when people can’t go to work or have lost their jobs, she says, her advice translates to WFH life.
“I believe that fundamentally it’s the same whether you’re working in your work space at home or in your office,” Kondo tells PEOPLE in this week’s issue, on newsstands Friday.
The keys: creating a healthy environment, having a consistent routine, taking time to recharge, and accepting that, yes, sometimes things are going to be chaotic.
8. Take Time to Tidy Together
Her daughters won’t clean up on their own, “but they will when I ask them to!” she says. “We make it a daily practice and tidy together at the end of the day.”
Joy at Work, coauthored with organizational psychologist Scott Sonenshein, is available now.
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