Marie Kondo Dropped Her Holiday Gift Guide, and It’s Impeccably Organized

published Nov 5, 2020
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If you’re looking to give your loved ones gifts that keep on giving, Marie Kondo has you covered. Kondo, the master of organization, just dropped her Holiday Gift Guide 2020, which she’s calling “Joy To The World,” and it’s filled with fun, affordable, gifts that are, of course, organized neatly into several different categories.

This year, Kondo split up her gift guide into the following categories, “The Japanophile,” “The Neat Freak,” “The Happy Host,” “The Gourmand,” “The Spa Lover,” and “The Youngster.” You can also easily access gifts under $100 and gifts under $50 by clicking on the appropriate links on her website.

Each category is packed with items that will definitely spark joy for each person in your life. From home decor items like flower frogs and rice bowls to organization tools like caddies, totes, and containers, to useful tools like cutting boards, a smokeless grill, and even stress-reducing essential oils, Kondo collected the best of the best, and no judgement here if you end up buying a bunch of gifts for yourself.

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For a stylish splash of Japan, check out this Wabi-Sabi Kintsugi Repair Kit ($25). Wabi-Sabi is the Japanese belief that imperfection is beautiful, and this handy kit will help you repair any of your chipped or cracked ceramics by filling those flaws in with a gold lacquer. The result, as the website says, is a one-of-a-kind beauty with glamorous gold accents.

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The spa and wellness enthusiast in your life might want to try this Tuning Fork & Rose Quartz Crystal set ($75). According to the gift guide, Kondo herself uses a tuning fork to help her mentally reset, and carries crystals with her everywhere. The pure tones of the tuning fork are said to help restore a sense of balance.

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And any host, hostess, or homebody will adore this Glass Brew & Serve Tea Pot ($24), perfect for serving up a hot cup of herbal tea to a guest or as a stay-at-home treat.

You can check out all of Kondo’s favorite gifts for the 2020 holiday season on her gift guide webpage.