I am always a bit behind the times, but I finally picked up
You can find it on Amazon or, I am sure, in any bookstore. It's all the rage.
Now I am not one to be overly attached to things and most people would consider my place quite neat and tidy. In fact, I have alarmed some family members with my lack of sentimentality towards stuff.
But I have to say this book is over the top. What a hoot! I can relate to it actually, but it still cracks me up.
Check out the proper way to store socks. You know socks work hard trapped there between your feet and your shoes. They need to relax in comfort in the sock drawer.
My son has his own method for socks--they are all exactly the same. No matching them into pairs, no rolling them into balls, no need for fancy organizer insets for the sock drawer. Stack them all up right out of the dryer. Happy, free-range socks! Pull any two at random out of the drawer and you have a pair. He should write his own book.
Even though I am undoubtedly much closer in practice to Marie Kondo than to the writer of this essay, I have sympathy for Carle Wisel. Mike was a great collector, but he was also very organized and tidy with his collections.
The only thing I can be accused of hoarding is pens and pencils. I have them in containers in every single room of the house except the bathroom. Well, even there if you count eyebrow pencils. I do have a dread fear of not being able to lay my hands on a writing implement when I need it.
office desk top
office desk drawer
antiques pens on office bookcase
my craft room