Cleaning My Tiny & Minimalist Room!

Hi everyone!

I’m sure you’ve all watched or heard about the new Netflix series called Tidying Up, the reality show that’s inspiring viewers across the nation to organize their homes. Expert Marie Kondo’s #KonMari cleaning method has not only tidied up families’ homes — it has also transformed lifestyles, strengthened relationships and sparked joy!

Spark joy? How can cleaning do that to my life?

I’m a firm believer that one’s environment (be it a living, work or play space) can truly affect a person’s productivity and peace of mind. At work especially, I personally feel that my desk is a clear reflection of how I am as a performer. I always think, “Behind a cluttered desk is a cluttered mind.” And don’t get me wrong, it happens to me all the time: One task piles on top of another, so my focus tends to shift towards my tasks and away from my environment. But eventually, I know that a messy desk can add to my stress, so I try to stop the madness as soon as I can catch it.

Here’s my room before I cleaned it:

Well, with the New Year sweeping in, it’s an annual custom for me to clean my room. The pictures you see display all the chaos and mess I’ve gone through during the holidays. If you want to see how my room turned out, please check out my entire cleaning vlog below!

2 Replies to “Cleaning My Tiny & Minimalist Room!”

  1. Wow, I haven’t thought about it like that, “a cluttered room is a cluttered mind.” Me being a guy, my room hasn’t been all the cleanest but you’ve inspired me to give it a try. Hopefully my mind does the same and declutters so I can think more clear. Thanks for the encouragement. Definitely another great read that’s worth the time. Keep up the good work, you’re doing great!

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