As you scroll through your social media news feeds you may notice a lot of your friends sharing photos of their homes and referencing the hashtag #TidyingUp or talking about how their household items do or don't "spark joy" in their lives.
So what's it all about? A large majority of these cleaning posts you're seeing on social media are because of Netflix's new show, "Tidying Up with Marie Kondo."
The show debuted on January 1, 2019 and in two weeks, Marie herself has more than doubled her instagram followers because of the excitement around her show.
Marie is helping people all over the world de-clutter by sharing her "KonMari" method — you only keep items that "spark joy" in your life, and you thank the items that don't, before you toss them away or donate them — with everyone in her book and on her brand new series.
Some of the reactions to her method are pretty hilarious. Check out the best social media posts we've found:
I see what you're doing Netflix, releasing the Marie Kondo show on the 1st of January...
— Thick Willy Pizzazz™🗡️ (@luciflemme) January 1, 2019
— Laura (@HowToGYST) January 13, 2019
So, I'm #TidyingUp my home thanks to @MarieKondo , but what if I find a bunch of stuff that #sparksjoy at Goodwill and I clutter my home back up with a bunch of joy? #askingforafriend pic.twitter.com/4A5sLEUiv0
— Kelly Bazzle (@KellyBazzle) January 14, 2019
— Carrie Crumb (@CrumbofCare) January 7, 2019
The year is 2035. Marie Kondo holds up the condemned man to the crowd. “Does this man spark joy?” The crowd jeers, “No he does not!” She nods silently and throws him into the pit.
— ☭nonessential government oils☭ (@babadookspinoza) January 13, 2019