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Dec 3, 2019

Tracy 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.

Twelve years and thousands of decluttered homes later, Tracy knew it was time to take what she had learned working with her clients and write a book to help others dealing with clutter. She is author of the newly published book Making Space, Clutter-Free: The Last Book on Decluttering You'll Ever Need and is a regularly featured expert in the media, including The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, goop, Home & Family, Real Simple, mindbodygreen, NBC, KTLA Morning Show, KCAL9, and more.


In this episode we discuss:

  • clutter as a constant to-do list
  • how to sustainably get rid of STUFF
  • how too much stuff can create insomnia
  • women in cluttered households have higher cortisol levels
  • how clutter influences our food choices
  • decision fatigue and holding on to stuff
  • the 7 emotional clutter blocks that keep you holding on to things

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