Marie Kondo’s drastic clearing out methods might have taken Netflix by storm this month, but it didn’t take long for one supposed rule to anger people around the world.
— Diego Alec Briones (@deegeebrieson) January 28, 2019
I'm a Marie Kondo devotee, but I disagree with her when it comes to books. Books are works of art. They enrich a reader's life, are an avenue for introspection, escape, conversation, and empathy, and help to make a house a home. They spark joy and so much more! #booklover https://t.co/4dWfXZ783t
— GreekGirl (@GreekGirl2018) January 4, 2019
Marie Kondo: "Get rid of things that don't spark joy, such as books. I personally only keep around 30 books."
— Joshua Ray (@joshuaray) January 23, 2019
MARIE KONDO TO BOOKS:
“Ideally keep less than 30 books.”
— Steffi Chua (@Architechua) January 22, 2019
I just don’t trust someone who doesn’t understand the magic of books. (This is a Marie Kondo subtweet) Books come to us when they are supposed to and we read them when we are meant to. They are not interchangeable, indistinguishable blocks of text. pic.twitter.com/sW4rEUeute
— Kelli G ✨ (@glazebrookgirl) January 4, 2019
Wait Marie Kondo is telling people to toss their books? THEIR BOOKS? pic.twitter.com/QQxAXwk3Sq
— Joanna Robinson (@jowrotethis) January 4, 2019