In today’s episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast we talk to Julie Coraccio about how to declutter your life. Julie is an award winning professional organizer, author and lifestyle coach. She lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, with her husband Tony and cats Joey and Antonio. Julie is passionate about supporting people in creating the life they choose, deserve and desire through clearing clutter in all areas: physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, energetic and more. Julie hosts the popular podcast Clearing the Clutter Inside & Out and is the author of the How to Declutter Your Life online course.
Today we pinpoint the key places you can find clutter in your own life. We also discuss how clutter can be physical as well as mental and how clutter has a ripple effect on various levels. It really is quite interesting to hear how lifestyle, health and wellness can be affected by clutter. After listening to this show don’t be surprised if you feel the need to declutter!
In this episode we discuss:
- What is clutter
- Where do we find clutter
- Physical clutter creates mental clutter
- Clutter and health, sleep, nutrition
- Clutter and athletics
- Letting go
- Learning to say no
- Determining if your things are still needed
- Clutter prevents people from moving forward in their lives
- Tips on where to start
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