Since you might be snowed in this weekend or looking for indoor activities in this slushy, cold weather, why not jump into spring cleaning?

Marie Kondo’s ever popular The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up was published in 2014, but her methods have found a new wave of popularity with the release of her Netflix series called Tidying Up. Viewers can see Kondo in action, working compassionately with families, couples, widowers, and empty-nesters to declutter their homes. Kondo’s innovative home organization method asks people to find what items “sparks joy” for them and to humbly part with items that no longer spark joy by thanking them and donating, recycling, or throwing them out.

If you’re looking to organize your home, check out these great titles for some motivation and inspiration! These titles are available on Hoopla and Libby – our free ebook/audiobook apps, so you can stay cozy and check out books with the tap of a finger!

Available through Libby:

Spark joy with Marie Kondo’s books: The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up and Spark Joy: An Illustrated Master Class On The Art of Organizing and Tidying Up.

Available on Hoopla:

Love The Home You’re In by Cybele Masterman
You don’t need to spend money to design your ideal space. This book offers thrifty decorating and organizing tutorials to make your home a reflection of your style.

The Complete of Book of Home Organization by Toni Hammersley
With 200+ tips and projects, this book will give you plenty of ideas for home organization.

Clear the Clutter, Find Happiness by Donna Smallin
This book offers one-minute ideas to refresh your living space, saving you time with simple methods.

Confessions of a Shopaholic meets Tidying Up. Flanders invites the reader on her journey from massive consumer debt to clearing out her clutter and rekindling her joy. 

Whether you are an avid collector of things or a minimalist, this book has solutions for stylish storage and artful organization.
Carver’s multiple sclerosis diagnosis caused her to slow down and take a look at the various clutters and pressures of everyday life. She shares practical advice for decluttering and nurturing mindfulness.

Imagine a family of three producing less than one full garbage can a year. Bea Johnson shares how her family simplified their lifestyle by dramatically reducing waste.
Hygge (pronounce hoo-ga) is the secret to why the Danes are some of the happiest people on earth. From mindfulness to coziness, the secrets to happiness are quite accessible.

Goodbye Things by Fumio Sasaki 

Fumio Sasaki is just an average, stressed out guy who decided to convert to minimalism. 
Happy reading & organizing!