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Check out Tracy's Tips on Home Organization for Simple Living
“The easiest way to be organized is to have less stuff. Before you think of organizing, let go of things you don’t use, items no one will use and anything broken. Don’t think about organization until you declutter.”
Free Up Time and Space with Mindful Clutter-cutting Strategies That Work.
All the STUFF in our lives can sap our energy and leave us feeling overwhelmed. Tracy talks with Jen Riday of the Vibrant Happy Women podcast to share tips and strategies.
- Easily deal the clutter “log jams” in your home, like the entry, paper piles and closets
- Create a vision of how you want your home to feel and function to support the life you want
- Treat your home as a tool for your life rather than a trophy case for your stuff
- Reduce your attachment to stuff by learning to see the world through the lens of AWE
- Mindfully minimize your wardrobe for maximum joy
- And much more!
Planning To Move In With Your Partner?
Keep This Decluttering Checklist On Hand
The time has come. You realize you haven’t slept in your own bed for weeks because you’re always at your partner’s place. Your plants are dead. Your fridge is empty. You’re done with schlepping across town and paying two rents. But more importantly, you’d rather go to sleep and wake up with this person. You’re in love, and you want to live together...
The Cornerstone of an Organized Life: Letting Go of Your Stuff
It’s important that we don’t just head straight for the trash can. As a friend’s grandmother always said, "When you throw something away, where’s 'away?’" If we know something is going to a good home where it will be used, it makes it so much easier—and more rewarding—to let go, so donating really is the best option.
Tracy Educates Us on How to Clean up that "Dirty Little Secret": Your Desk.
Many business owners maintain their home as a functional space, while completely disregarding their offices. In fact, their office becomes their 'dirty little secret', the place where they can call chaos their "process" and disorder their "filing system." Read more
Tracy Offers Tips on Decluttering after a Breakup on Mind Body Green
We hang onto stuff for all kinds of reasons, and most of the time they’re emotional, not practical. When it comes to a breakup, we are often pushed into a situation in which we have to deal with sorting, packing, keeping, and rejecting a tremendous amount of stuff from a very emotional place. Which is what differentiates breakup decluttering from grief decluttering. We find ourselves having to let go of things while we’re still in the throes of all the emotions, and the result can be, well, messy.
Tracy Shares Tips on the Hallmark Channel
Listen to Tracy on the Fit, Fierce and Fabulous Podcast
Tracy Shares Tips on KATU 11 Portland
Featured Nationwide on Christmas Day on NBC
Clean up the house while cleaning up after Christmas
Watch Tracy on Los Angeles ABC 7
Read Tracy's Tips on Thrive Global
Tracy Shares Kitchen Organizing Tips on Los Angeles KABC
Tracy Shares Her Decluttering Guide on Mind Body Green
Tracy Motivates Us to Get Organized on San Diego's KUSI News
Back-to-School Organizing Tips on Macaroni Kid
Listen to Tracy on Radio MD's Life's Too Short Podcast
Quick Tips from Tracy on Los Angeles KNX News Radio
Tracy Offers Easy Steps to Declutter on ABC7 in Los Angeles
More Tips from Tracy on San Diego's KOGO AM
Back-to-School Tips on Maria's Space
Tracy Discusses Senior Downsizing on Gracefully Radio
Tracy talks about what is involved when you're dCluttering a lifetime of stuff.
She asks, is this a part of your children's inheritance?
Tracy Talks with Julie Gordon White on the My First 100k Podcast
Featured on Entrepreneurial Voice with Jan McCarthy
Tracy talks about the growth of her business and shares her insights on the psychology of holding onto stuff and the organized way to building and growing a business.
Featured on Fast Company
Expert Advice On How To Build The Ultimate To-Do List
Tracy explains that a To-Do List is something that is living and breathing and encourages clients not to see it as a goal in itself.