'Tidying Up With Marie Kondo' has taken closets everywhere by storm in the few short weeks since it debuted on Netflix. If you haven't binged it yet, the show follows Japanese organizing consultant Marie Kondo as she helps people tidy up their homes through various seasons of life. Though her methods are centred around the home and finding joy in your space, her lessons can be applied to just about any part of your life — including your finances.
There are a lot of firsts that come with being a millennial. These firsts may include securing the first job in your career, or taking your first big job risk; the first move out of your college town and into the city, or maybe traveling across an ocean to explore what another country can offer you; or your first major house purchase, whether it be an apartment or a bungalow. Whatever you’ll be experiencing for the first time in your twenties, this new landscape comes with a new set of financial responsibilities and decisions to make.