We hear a lot about ‘decluttering’ and I know I had to go through this process when we moved last year and yet I still feel there is more to go. However, clutter is not limited to the physical we can have emotional and mental clutter which stops us from living a happy and contented life. If you are feeling overwhelmed with clutter, then this is the episode for you!
In today’s episode of the Women Living Well After 50 Podcast, my guest is Tracy McCubbin, author and founder of dClutterfly. During the episode shares her story and we discussed:
- Why you cannot ‘Marie Kondo’ your way out of clutter
- Our acquisition cycle
- How we can declutter our life and the importance of our mindset
- Why filling our homes with ‘stuff’ can make us feel empty
- The 7 Clutter Magnets
- The 5 minute declutter challenge
- 3 tips to start decluttering your life
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Tracy McCubbin is the author of Making Space, Clutter Free: The Last Book On Decluttering You’ll Ever Need (June 4th, 2019). She has always referred to herself as “Obsessive Compulsive Delightful,” but who knew she could turn that trait into a booming business? While working for a major television director in Los Angeles, Tracy discovered she had the ability to see through any mess and clearly envision a clutter-free space. Coupled with keen time-management and organizational skills, Tracy soon found more and more people were asking her for help. Before she knew it, dClutterfly was born.
Ten years and thousands of clients later, dClutterfly is Los Angeles’ premier organizing and decluttering company. Tracy is a regularly featured expert on Hallmark’s Home & Family, has a column on MindBodyGreen, and has regular declutter segments on Fox 5 and ABC Eyewitness News, KTLA Morning Show, KCAL9, and Good Day Sacramento. She and her company have also been featured in Real Simple, Women’s Day and ShopSmart.
When not decluttering, she is the proud Co-Executive Director of OneKid OneWorld, a non-profit building strong educational foundations for children in impoverished communities throughout Kenya and Central America.
She lives in Los Angeles and knows where her keys are.
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