Life of the Party podcast: Spark joy with Marie Kondo

Does she really want us to burn all our books? How are her folds so small? We explore.
For the past four years or so, Kondo, a professional organizer from Japan, has been on the march. (Denise Crew/Netflix/TNS) 1263043
For the past four years or so, Kondo, a professional organizer from Japan, has been on the march. (Denise Crew/Netflix/TNS) 1263043
Published January 18
Updated January 18

Does this podcast spark joy?

Hold it close to your chest. Infuse it with energy. How are you feeling? Please don’t throw us away.

This week, the PartyCast welcomes PolitiFact’s Katie Sanders, but we’re not talking politics. Katie is a devotee of Marie Kondo’s KonMari Method, a way of organizing sweeping the world due to Kondo’s new Netflix show, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. We dive into the pros and cons of the Japanese clean queen, and sort out fact from fiction with our professional fact checker. Can you KonMari one drawer at a time? Does she really want you to burn all your books? How does she get her folds so tiny?

Plus, Brittany tries to get Steph to watch new TV by dangling lots of musical theater and murder. And, we explore how a photo of an egg got more Instagram likes than Kylie Jenner’s baby.

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