Get Organized With the Home Edit review – everyone needs Clea Shearer and Joanna Tepli Finding space.

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Summary

The series will make you want Clea Shearer and Joanna Tepli in your life to at least sort out a few rooms.

Netflix’s Get Organized With the Home Edit season 1 will be released on the platform on September 9, 2020.


It just so happens that in the last week I’ve rummaged through my house collecting clutter that I do not need and ceremoniously taken the sh*t to the tip in order to make my home a more organised place to live. Organisation for some people is therapeutic and those who fit in that group will find Netflix’s Get Organized With the Home Edit a goddam dream. Award-winners and best-selling authors Clea Shearer and Joanna Tepli show viewers how it is done, with simplicity, logic and style. This shouldn’t be entertaining but it is.

And while I can feel the eye-rolls as I type this, there should be more services available for home organisation. With the increase of home-working, our homes have become more than just a place to live and share memories, they are becoming more practical and the increased need to be more organised cannot be any more urgent. Get Organized With the Home Edit has that Marie Kondo vibe — it ekes with pleasure at a wonderful looking room converted from a nightmare of clutter and disorganization.

Get Organized With the Home Edit season 1 is less about the story and more about attaching to wealthy families; which is at the same time a noteworthy criticism. Marie Kondo’s Netflix series did well to tell a story to get under the issues of a home, where this series tends to focus on a particular room with a high-profile celebrity making it a world-class problem rather than making it a need. One of the episodes sees Khloé Kardashian wanting her garage space reorganising, with small toy electric cars getting rearranged for her two-year-old… yes, a two-year-old.

But if you can remove the lack of reliability aspect, Get Organized With the Home Edit will still attract those admirers that find joys in a tidy place and often broach arguments with family members in the household for not following a usual routine. Audiences will be amazed by Clea Shearer and Joanna Tepli’s keen eye for finding space in the smallest of areas by using the simplest of adjustments. It’s fascinating watching both authors get to work in the Netflix series, especially with the way they communicate with each other — it’s almost like they are always nearly on the verge of having a massive argument.

The series will make you want Clea Shearer and Joanna Tepli in your life to at least sort out a few rooms.


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Daniel Hart

Daniel Hart is the Co-Founder of Ready Steady Cut and has operated as Editor-in-Chief since 2017.

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