She can pack a suitcase like nobody's business; rolls everything tight and always has what she needs. (Unfortunately, she is also very messy (like her mother) but we are really trying to do better.)
Spring cleaning... enter Marie Kondo and The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing.
I read this book and because I want to be a better example and wanted to I would teach my kids the method as well. I knew Sheila would buy into because she loves Asian culture and already knows how to fold neatly and yea, all of that. I was wrong. She decided after about 30 minutes that she has a better solution to tidying. "Forget that Konmarie Method. I've got this mom."
So, I will try the method that Marie Kando claims is 100% foolproof and my daughter will try hers. I love that she is unwilling to buy into an idea just because it "supposedly works for everyone else".