This week's question: Marie Kondo, the home-organization guru who is now the mother of three children, recently admitted she has "kind of given up" on her once relentless pursuit of tidiness. What should she call a new book that reflects her messier new reality?
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THE WINNER: "The Life Changing Magic of Giving Up"
Bill Levine, Belmont, Massachusetts
SECOND PLACE: "Zen and the Art of No Maintenance"
Hunter Burgan, Los Angeles, California
THIRD PLACE: "Goodnight Broom"
Raven Deerwater, Mendocino, California
Andrea Carla Michaels, San Francisco, California
Kenneth Burgan, Grass Valley, California
"The Life-Changing Logic of Good Enough"
Kate Coppola, Belle Mead, New Jersey
Beth Simon, Oakland, California
"A Brood Awakening"
Ken Liebman, Williston, Vermont
"Fall of the House of Kondo"
John J. Kennealy, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
"Mess With Success"
Kevin Miller, Clyde, Ohio
"The Tidy Has Turned"
Tim Holston, Mobile, Alabama
"The Career-Changing Magic of Having Kids"
Jennifer King Maggio, Galloway, New Jersey
Alan Ogden, Denver, Colorado
Jennifer Stucker, Seattle, Washington
Richard McMahon, Cary, North Carolina
"Raising Kids, Lowering Expectations"
Jeanne Buttimer, Vallejo, California
"Messing With Me"
Rosalind Singer, Arlington, Virginia