So, it's time for MARTHA to correct all our bad ways!!!! I mean: how do YOU fold towels? Well, obviously you need help in that matter. <sigh>
I went looking for Martha's WAYS TO FOLD TOWELS (mine...I need some PERFECTION in my cupboards (don't you?) LOL and I found not only HOW to fold all kinds of shapes of towels...(from Martha, of course)...but also all kinds of OTHER perfection ways...on same link. OH MY OH MY.
I knew Martha would say something to help me/us. We CAN be perfect!!!!! (I can't wait to tell my husband. I'm always telling him that I am his PURR-FECT wife when I am trying to sell him on why he should never leave me. Yeah, I mention things like: look how I save money by always shopping at thrift stores. And How I love to watch his beloved Airplane Crashes shows on tv.) Ok, never mind. You have to be here to understand.
I assume you are speaking of Martha Stewart? Just like the "Kondo method," for me, that is all overthinking. I try to keep a decent house; I fail in some areas and excel in others. Life is short. A perfectly folded towel, if it is important to you, is great. For me, it may be having enough ingredients on hand to whip up a quick meal at the last minute. Do what makes us happy and causes no one pain...that's what matters. At least to me. There is no such thing as perfect.
Thoreau said, 'A man is rich in proportion to the things he can leave alone.'
Yeah, when there is time to live a life there isn't much time for PURRFECTION! (I saw Martha fold fitted sheets one time and I've never been able to figure how how to. Mine are lucky if I get them remotely fitted into in a square...or, more likely, wrapped in more of a bundle.) LOL