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An Interview with Gayatri Gandhi, founder of Joy Factory

May 10, 2019
An interview with Konmari certified Gayatri Gandhi

Joy Factory is a one-of-its-kind professional Clutter Management Company helping individuals in organizing and establishing tidying processes for their premises. Joy Factory is India’s only Konmari certified firm. Founded in August 2017 by Gayatri Gandhi, Joy Factory offers decluttering and organizing solutions based on JF’s own unique C2S2 (Collect, Choose, Scrap, Store) approach and the world-renowned KonMari Method(TM) of Decluttering & Organizing. 1. What is the KonMari Method? The world-renowned KonMari Method of tidying and organizing has been developed by…

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SELF IMPROVEMENT

A Year of Minimalism- My learnings and experience

December 27, 2017

Beginning 2017, I set “Minimalism” as my Motto.   It was a year I experienced simple and minimalist living, out of choice. I spent less, I was more mindful, I chose freedom above anything else. To chart out a path for myself, I researched about it more and more and ended up writing a Book “A-Z of Minimalism” The Book helped me to discover the areas of my Life that need Minimalism.   Minimalism is not replacing the colorful things…

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LIFESTYLE

Zero in: Minimalist is a work in progress

April 30, 2017

There is no destination to arrive at in this journey of Minimalism. No one will tell you the magic formula for how to be a minimalist. Being a Minimalist you always try to be a better version of yourself, always De-cluttering the meaningless and joyless things, always simplifying relationships, always trying to put needs over wants, always trying to spare some time for the passions.     Start with shifting your attention towards meaningful things in Life. You need to…

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LIFESTYLE SELF IMPROVEMENT

How having less money is leading me to Minimalism

December 30, 2016

Minimalist Living is all the rage these days. Few months back, it was a mystery to me but as I am trying to delve into it, its becoming simpler. Having less money to spend can be painful but nothing else can teach you some indispensable Life lessons. It brought me closer to Minimalist Living.   For the next 365 days, we will keep our expenditures low on unnecessary household things, ready to eat food items and entertainment purchases. Its not…

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