You Can Easily Get Organized
& De-cluttered Even
If You’ve Tried Other Methods that Failed Before
Studies revealed on this page unlock
some of the mysteries that keep
people from living a clutter free life
Let’s face it, keeping organized in today’s “product” filled world is tough! There’s no doubt it’s probably the most difficult thing that we clutter challenged people face. Frankly, it’s the only thing that’s hard to fake.
Others criticize us so much about our “messes” and our methods of keeping things together and have so much judgement about us, yet there’s many things they can’t do, too!
It’s hard to change how you live and what you’ve done all your life, I know. I’ve been there!! You almost don’t want to invite a soul over at the very risk they might see…
Few people ACTUALLY understand…
But, I just like you, had a formerly cluttered home. There’s a ton of websites and books that offer advice from people who’ve never even experienced having to dig out… But I do… Let me explain…
Do you feel discomfort when situations force you to let others see your disorganized places?
Don’t feel alone! I have been intimately involved in the world of clutter. In fact, I was a 3rd generation clutterer and one of my grandmothers was impeccably neat. I grew up with both extremes.
In my childhood I was the most cluttered of my siblings. As I grew up, I tried to keep the public areas of my living area clean and neat especially when I lived with someone else… but at work I struggled dearly putting stacks of paper in boxes under my desk…
I amazed people that with papers piled high,
I could find the one they needed fast,
sometimes in an instant!
After years of struggling, I conducted a study of almost 50 people who were chronically cluttered. Thru the use of the solutions I’ll tell you on this page and supportive decluttering techniques, ALL showed overwhelming results!
Almost all participants had described feelings of shame, embarassment, depression, and overwhelm prior to begining the study. After just one session, most participants reported feeling hope (sometimes for the first time!) that they could get better.
These same strategies that were used in this trial are the very same ones available to you today. Here’s what some of my clients have said after working with me live, one on one.
“Judy” had been cluttered her entire life…
…and believed that she could never fix the situation. She had read organizing books and tried to improve for many years, but without success. By participating in this program, at last count, she had thrown away 75 large garbage bags from her bedroom alone! She found not only hope, but also the emotional motivation to be able to accomplish her wish.
“even though a bathroom was out of order…”
Another woman hadn’t allowed any workmen into her house, even though a bathroom was out of order and not usable at all. She was too embarrassed to allow anyone other than very close family into her home. After participating in the program, her children now—for the first time in fifteen years—invite friends over, and a workman is fixing the bathroom!
The results some participants experienced:
* Many participants had not dated much over the years, too embarrassed to let anyone get close and began feeling like they could start meeting people.
* One man was about to get evicted from the family home because he had filled three rooms with piles of papers over five feet high and after taking our program started letting go of his papers…
* Emotions of embarrassment, depression and shame were replaced with hope, self-respect and pride.
* Several marriages became happier with the improvements
* They organized their papers for taxes
* They organized their mail
* They organized their bills
Some of these cases are extreme, some average.
If you’re serious about getting organized and
getting back to the good life…