Luīze Ratniece, KonMari Consultant, introduces us to Orden a Tres [Order by Three], the first podcast dedicated to the KonMari Method in Spanish.
Luīze Ratniece is Latvian, and she’s lived in Spain for more than 10 years. She holds a PhD in sociology and is a textile sustainability activist. She wanted to be a fashion designer as a child, and is now channeling that wish through professional organization, ideal wardrobe workshops, and clothing
swaps. Luīze is a fellow KonMari consultant, certified since 2019 and ⅓ of the first podcast dedicated to the KonMari method in Spanish: Orden a Tres [Order by Three].
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In this episode, you’ll enjoy:
- Luīze's KonMari journey
- The benefits of being in conscious relationship with the objects around us
- Why Luīze enjoyed Marie Kondo's book "Spark Joy" over her debut best seller "The Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up."
- The KonMari book controversy, addressed in Spark Joy Ep 75
- How Luīze practices extreme empathy when working with our clients
- How KonMari and professional organization is received in Spain
- Luīze's KonMari podcast Orden a Tres - "Order by Three" in Spanish
Luīze's favorite tidying tip:
Nothing beats finding a place for each thing.
and KonMari Lite, also referenced in Spark Joy Ep 94
What sparks joy for Luīze:
Launching an app for wardrobe tracking.
"Bringing the 'keeping what sparks joy' logic into our lives beyond the very immediate object."
"We are now looking into creating more synergies among the spanish speaking [KonMari] Consultants and exploring this cultural richness that we can access thanks to a common language."
"There is no better way to make your wardrobe more sustainable than wearing what you have."