The queen of decluttering your home seems to have taken a new approach – declutter your home then refill it with stuff from her new online store.

Her Netflix series ‘Tidying Up with Marie Kondo’ caused a sensation worldwide, encouraging us pack rats to get rid of any stuff in our lives that didn’t ‘spark joy’ and in turn, clear our minds.

And fold things like this:

 

 

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Local op shops also did pretty well out of it…  they could barely keep up with KonMari converts chucking out their less-than sparky possessions.

Thing is, Kondo’s latest move has been seen as, well, hypocritical.

Shortly after launching her website this week, social media couldn’t help itself.

I mean, the guru of getting rid of stuff, now wants to sell us stuff. And, even more sour, was that some of this stuff is being hyped as kinda… unnecessary.

We’re talking a $275 brass kitchen utensil holder, an $86 candle, a $38 tote bag just to carry flowers in, a $141 brass ladle… and a $12 wooden Shiatsu massage stick.

A STICK.

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Here’s what Twitter had to say…

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