People cannot change their tidying habits without first changing their way of thinking.
— Marie Kondo

Effective tidying involves only three essential actions. All you need to do is take the time to examine every item you own, decide whether or not you want to keep it, then choose where to put what you keep. Designate a place for each thing.
— Marie Kondo

A lot of people agree that tidying is connected to how we live, and even though, outside of Japan, houses might be bigger, people have more things than they need.
— Marie Kondo

I'd like to tidy up the entire planet. I would go anywhere if there were something that needs tidying.
— Marie Kondo

About tidying up a toy box, you should let your kids experience the selection process by touching all of their toys. It's also important how they throw away their toys. They can earn a stronger sense of valuing things when they throw things away with respect and appreciation.
— Marie Kondo