Michell Domke, KonMari Consultant joins us to discuss how we can show up in the world as our authentic self every day.Today we’ve invited Michell Domke, Ohio’s first KonMari Consultant, to explore authenticity and how we can channel, discover, and work within it during the tidying process. Michell’s currently based in Columbus and she fell in love with creating a life based on joy and wanted to support others in creating joyful lives. We want to hear from you! Tell us your burning tidying questions or share stories about how KonMari has impacted your life. Find us at www.sparkjoypodcast.com and click “Ask Spark Joy” to leave a question or comment for a chance to be featured on next week’s show.While you’re there, sign-up to join our Spark Joy podcast community and get notified when each episode airs. You can also join the Spark Joy podcast community on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter at the handle @sparkjoypodcast.In this episode, you’ll enjoy:Michell's KonMari storyHow Michell defines authenticity and how it influences her business and clientsCorrelations between lack of authenticity and clutterHow the question "does it spark joy?" helps us choose what we love without judgementWhy it's important to make choices based on the feeling and vision we are trying to achieve rather than logicTips for those struggling to be confident in their own choices and decision making, including Jenn Davoust's Tune Into You Meditation podcastWhy you may want to try not creating a "maybe" pile while you're tidyingThe one thing KonMari and authenticity have in commonHow to embrace what you have nowMichell's favorite tidying tip: "Organize last." Withhold the urge to buy before making choices about what to keep/let goWhat sparks joy for Michell: Her clients.To connect with Michell, visit www.michelldomke.com and on Instagram and Facebook. Mention hearing Michell on Spark Joy in her contact form or on the phone and receive $25 off a virtual KonMari session or $50 off when you book an in person package of three or more sessions.Gems:"Clutter really comes from that conflict between who we think we should be and who we actually are.""Authenticity means being true to yourself.""It's an active choice to choose what you love.""Accepting it into your life by choice, not by default, is really important.""Choosing a life of joy is really a radical idea, and it's also one that's worth pursuing." You can find Karin Socci at The Serene Home You can find Kristyn Ivey at For the Love of TidySpecial Guest: Michell Domke.