We KonMari’ed Over 6 Months Ago. This Is Where We Are Now…


Since we both implemented the KonMari method at the beginning of the year, we wanted to check in and see if it was still working in our households.  We are both still folding clothes the KonMari way and we feel that everything still has a place. Of course we still have to “re-konmari” our pantry and closet from time to time but overall are in a much more organized state of life.  

We reached out to some of our friends that implemented the method at the same time as us.  

“Konmari has helped me to continually get rid of things we don’t need.  I do a lot less saving things for ‘someday’ and that makes my small house feel a little bigger.” – Niamh Lacey

“Konmari has unearthed so many ‘new’ items I forgot I even owned.  By decluttering and organizing everything in a way where I can now see it better, I’ve stopped buying so many items I already had stocked away but just never had ease to use at my fingertips.  I’ve also continued with my folding method and find it so much easier for finding that T-shirt I’m looking for.” – Ashleigh Johnson

“It makes me think before I bring anything new into the house.  Am I going to use it often enough to warrant it taking up space?  Especially for wardrobes. Is this something that I can wear often with different styles and for different occasions?” – Dawn Howe

“Well I just purged my closet again.  I would say in general it’s helping me stay organized.  Always feels good to see those neat drawers.” – Mary Ann Manuele

So basically – we are still huge fans of the KonMari method!


School’s out for the summer!!  Now what?! We have some ideas to put on your summer list to keep things fun and help you make some summer memories.

  • Visit Splash Pads Around Town
    • Adams Park (Atlanta)
    • Atlanta Botanical Gardens (Atlanta)
    • Big Splash at Town Center Park (Suwanee)
    • Center Hill Water Playground (Atlanta)
    • Cherokee County Aquatic Center (Holly Springs)
    • D.H. Stanton Park and Splash Pad (Atlanta)
    • Elizabeth Porter Park Sprayground (Marietta)
    • Fountain of Rings at Centennial Olympic Park (Atlanta)
    • Historic Fourth Ward Park & Splash Pad (Atlanta)
    • Laurel Park Sprayground (Gainesville)
    • Lillian Web Park & Splash Pad (Norcross)
    • Old Atlanta Park Spraypad (Suwanee)
    • Perkerson Park – Atlanta Beltline (Atlanta)
    • Sewell Pool & Splash Pad (Marietta)
    • Six Flags over Georgia Hurricane Harbor (Austell)
    • Splash Park at Sugar Hill (Sugar Hill)
    • Splash ‘n Play at Riverside Park (Roswell)
    • Stone Mountain Park – Geyser Tower (Stone Mountain)
    • Swift Cantrell Park Splash Pad (Kennesaw)
    • Six Flags White Water Buccaneer Bay (Marietta)
    • The Legacy Fountain and Piedmont Park (Atlanta)
    • The Spray Station at East Roswell Park (Roswell)
    • Town Green Fountain at Duluth Main Street (Duluth)
    • Village Pavillion at The Mall of Georgia (Buford)
    • Wills Park Pool (Alpharetta)
    • Zoo Atlanta (Atlanta)
  • Visit Local Attractions
    • Legoland
    • Georgia Aquarium
    • Zoo Atlanta
    • Six Flags Over Georgia
    • Chattahoochee Nature Center
    • Fernbank
    • Children’s Museum of Atlanta
    • Atlanta Botanical Gardens
    • Center for Puppetry Arts
  • Movie Deals
    • AMC has Summer Movie Camp every Wednesday throughout summer.  Admission to a child-friendly movie is $4 and includes a KidsPack.
    • Movie Tavern offers Sunday, Monday and Wednesday morning movies at 10am for $3 between June 16 – August 14.  They also always offer $5 Tuesday movies.
    • Regal Cinemas offers family-friendly movies for $1 on Tuesday and Wednesday at 10a.m. through July.
    • Starlight Drive-In is always $9 for ages 10+ and $1 for ages 5-9.
    • Picture Show at Merchants Exchange offers half price tickets on Tuesdays.  This makes the ticket $1 as they are normally $2. 3D movies for $4.
  • Read a Chapter Book Together
    • Princess in Black Series (girls age 4-8)
    • Mercy Watson Series (age 4-8)
    • Charlotte’s Web (age 6 and up)
    • Nate the Great (age 6-9)
    • Magic Tree House Series (age 7-9)
    • Stuart Little (age 8-12)
    • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (age 8-12)
    • James and the Giant Peach (age 8-12)
    • Harry Potter (age 9 and up)
  • Make root beer floats
  • Go to a Braves game
  • Stay up late and play flashlight tag
  • Bring treats to the fire station
  • Donate toys
  • Make a fairy garden
  • Make smores
  • Make a blanket fort
  • Take a hike
  • Explore a new park
  • Fly a kite
  • Have ice cream Fridays (check out a new ice cream place every week!)

And because there is never a shortage of festivals and events to choose from in Atlanta, pick a few of these to attend!

6/20-Alive in Roswell

6/21-Atlanta Moon Ride Benefiting Bert’s Big Adventure

6/21-Decatur Beach Party

6/22-Atlanta Wine Walk at the Battery

6/22-Historic West End Tour of Homes

6/29-Blacklight Run

7/4-5th Annual Barbecue and Bluegrass

7/4-Peachtree Road Race

7/7-Water Lantern Festival

7/12-7/14-Atlanta Comic Con

7/13-Let Your Light Shine Outdoor Festival

7/15-Atlanta Eats

7/27-Atlanta Ice Cream Festival

7/27-7/28-Zoo Atlanta Wild World Weekend

Now through October-Imaginary Worlds:  Alice’s Wonderland at the Botanical Gardens

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