THOUGHT being ghosted was bad?
There’s a new bizarre dating trend called “Kondo-ing” that could see you getting chopped from someone’s life without much warning.
The new bizarre dating trend of ‘Kondo-ing’ could see your partner dropping you without warning[/caption]
Plenty of Fish took inspiration from Japanese tidying sensation Marie Kondo, 34, when they coined the term.
The dating experts say you may think everything is going swimmingly with the person you are dating, but you could be mistaken.
If you don’t “spark joy” for someone anymore, you could be at risk from getting removed from their life, just like Marie Kondo recommends for unwanted home items.
Instead of working through any issues or temporary hitches, your partner will instead hunt out someone who does bring immediate happiness to their life.
The dating term has been named after tidying expert Marie Kondo[/caption]
Marie was listed as one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in 2015 and claims she has loved tidying up since she was a schoolgirl.
Marie’s now world-famous system of organising is known as the KonMari method.
It is based on the idea of gathering together all of your belongings, one category at a time, and then keeping only those things that “spark joy”.
Marie Kondo recommends chucking everything that doesn’t ‘spark joy’ in your life[/caption]
Each item you choose to keep then gets a designated spot in the home or office.
Marie’s 2011 book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing and her show Tidying UP have taken the world by storm.
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