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Lisa Magnusson: Also the – the! – that does not spark joy has the right to exist

I thought it was going to be my year this year. It was now maximalismen would hit it for real. Not the ones where the garish colors that nordic designers someti

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Lisa Magnusson: Also the – the! – that does not spark joy has the right to exist

I thought it was going to be my year this year. It was now maximalismen would hit it for real. Not the ones where the garish colors that nordic designers sometimes add when they want to be wacky. Not prylbesattheten, for it is another thing: There is a lot of unnecessary technology and other luxuries that you replace after a few years.

I'm talking about things that have what you would call sentimental value. Stuff from childhood, cosy stuff, beautiful items, miscellaneous appliances that can be good to have in the future. Memories that make one melancholy. Photos, diaries, costume jewelry.

through. She is the efficient, ever smiling japanese that teaches people to deal with their messy home. According to her, the method to do away with everything that does not spark joy, sparkles of joy, but implicitly, she wants to throw even more.

a Maximum of 30 books, she recommends that it is retained, for example. Overalls that are too small for a child but still too big for a otherwise be discarded. Things you do not use. There should be as little as possible left! And then even the few possessions rolled and stowed and kept orderly.

She has sentimentaliserat the process – and thus to the hilt with a vaguely spiritual ritual where they thank all of the items that you got to have them in her life, before brutally hivar them in the garbage. But in the garbage, they should as well. And I don't like about it.

Who wants to even stay in the sterile white halls that always appear in the inredningsmagasinen?

with purity and simplicity, to live in harmony with the world. But most have enough in common with fascism, and its penchant for discipline and disgust in the face... life. And how environmentally friendly is it really to constantly throw a lot of things that might come to use sometime? How much fun?

To do away with every one of pinal man does not ”use” is to do away with itself, with their experience. And who wants to even stay in the sterile white halls that always appear in the inredningsmagasinen? They can't even with a good will are called home. The stripped is boring, the chilly perfect is själadödande.

with great ordningsbehov that they are surely hiding a horrible secret. I don't believe that. I think they just lack personality and want to arrange the external environment so that it matches their interior. People should stop abide in this.

instead, Let us strike a blow for the unsorted mess. For all that is a bit worn and old and ineffective. For the right to exist even for it – the! – not the sparkles of joy. For flea market finds, heirlooms, which lacks economic value, things that are just nice to look at, hyllmetrar with books. Down with minimalism!

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