1. Netflix Marie Kondo series inspires internet to come clean  CNET
  2. A Canadian Personal Organizer Reviews Marie Kondo’s New Netflix Show (It Doesn’t Always Spark Joy)  Refinery29
  3. 'Tidying Up with Marie Kondo' Is Inadvertently About Women's Invisible Labor  VICE
  4. Is Marie Kondo Wrong About Books?  Lifehacker
  5. The Marie Kondo Method Is Great—Unless You Love Stuff  GQ Magazine
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The six-episode streamer Tidying Up With Marie Kondo is sweeping loose a lot of feelings on social media.

Is Marie Kondo's new Netflix show a realistic depiction of how to declutter your home? We asked a personal organizer for her assessment of Tidying Up

In the new Netflix show, couples learn how to tackle household tasks by 'tidying' together, a process that reveals just how gendered our domestic expectations are.

There’s been a lot of backlash to Marie Kondo’s attitude toward books, thanks to her new Netflix show. In her book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, she encourages readers to get rid of all their unread books. She says that she personally only owns 30 titles. Her critics say that’s ridiculous, and in fact you should cover your home in books.

The Marie Kondo method seems to work for everyone—unless you're a highly advanced, vintage-collecting, stuff-accreting fashion head.