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Jennifer Garner Channels Marie Kondo In Adorable Video Post

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The world has become a heart-eyes emoji for Marie Kondo and her show, Tidying Up, about how cleanliness and tidy home and workspaces lighten mental baggage.

The world also, for some time, has loved Jennifer Garner's Instagram, which includes such hit programming as "Pretend Cooking Show" and other shenanigans with her adorable family.


Garner, the 46 year old actress, posted a video of herself going through her junk drawer in her house and asking Marie Kondo for help and sanity:


Marie Kondo challenges folks to think if every item they own "sparks joy" in their life. Jennifer Garner seems like the kind of person who can find joy in the smallest corners of the earth, as she rifles through her most random possessions.

"Silken Mist?" she says as she pulls a small plastic package of the popular pantyhose brand out of her drawer. "Why? Why do I have it? I don't know."

Marie Kondo and her adorable little smile have inspired joy in the hearts of millions:


Marie Kondo Sparks Joy with Hasan Minhaj | Tidying Up | Netflix www.youtube.com


"#CanYouComeOver" Garner said to Kondo in the video's caption on Instagram.

And Jennifer Garner's video has her fans begging for Marie Kondo and the star of Alias and 13 Going On 30 to team up for a special edition of Tidying Up.



Photo via Instagram


Photo via Instagram


Photo via Instagram

People also love the video because it makes Garner more relatable than they'd ever pictured.

"It's so comforting to know you're as human as the rest of us when it come to crap in a drawer!" writes user azsharig. "Thank you for this!"


Photo via Instagram


Photo via Instagram


Photo via Instagram


Photo via Instagram

Marie Kondo's "KonMari" method of tidying up is so popular that she has been asked in by all manner of people to come in and help them organize their desks, their nurseries, and even their places of business, such as thrift stores:


Marie Kondo decluttering craze spurs thrift store donations www.youtube.com

People all over the world are trying to tidy up their lives, which is resulting in some really fun things:









Tidying Up has not been confirmed for a second season yet, but if one is on its way, we hope to see Ms. Kondo at the Garner place of residence.