Ask The Clutter Coach: Tuesday’s Tips & More


 Tuesday’s Tips & More

On Tuesday, August 7th @ 7:00 PM et, I will be starting up Tuesday’s Tips & More; Ask the Clutter Coach. You can now ask me any questions you have about clutter, be it mental, emotional or physical. If you want to know how to be more organized or achieve abundance through simplifying, I encourage you to ask away.

So often I get asked great questions. I thought, well, why not create an opportunity for everyone to participate collectively. If you have any questions or simply want to pick my brain, please join us for Tuesday’s Tips & More; Ask The Clutter Coach this Tuesday, August 7, 2018 @ 7:00 PM et.

Below is the phone number and access code to participate:

Phone: 1-605-475-6333
Code: 270916

I look forward to your questions. Talk to you on Tuesday!

PS: Here’s your first tip to being organized: Enter the information into your calendar now!


There’s something I would like to share with you. Although this may or may not pertain to you directly, I am sure you know of someone it will resonate with. Allow me to explain.

Over a span of 20 years, I have helped people create healthier environments for their home and office. By far, it’s been the most challenging and yet rewarding part of my career.

But what I think people do not fully realize is that clutter is no laughing matter.

Clutter hurts. Clutter depletes your quality of life and raises the potential for serious health issues. It is one of the major sources of stress and can exacerbate medical conditions.

The problem is that it’s not always easy for a person to live a clutter-free life. Although it’s true, 99.9% of the time people can learn to get organized, (it’s a skill-set that is trainable) it’s only half of the equation to living an organized life.

So why do so many people fail at living an organized lifestyle?

Well, from my experience, it is not just one simple answer. There are many reasons why a person may be unable to conquer their clutter. And, unfortunately, at times it can be rather complicated.

I am always in search of new information, new techniques, new ideas on how to help a person succeed. That’s why I am so excited to share with you a new program I have developed. I believe, (if followed exactly as I teach it) you can truly get to the root cause of the clutter problem and finally live clutter-free.

Of course, living a conscious healthy lifestyle is always a choice. But coupled with this innovative program, I’m betting on a high success rate to being and staying organized.

Starting this Fall, I will be rolling out this program on-line, in private workshops and at prestigious learning centers, including The New York Open Center. Filming starts mid August for a min-series accentuating wellness in the home and workplace. Truly, exciting stuff.

As always, if you need immediate assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me here. Until then, stay tuned!

Wednesday Wellness – Tips For Clean Living

Wednesday Wellness:  Tips For Clean Living
“The food you eat can either be the safest and most powerful form of medicine
or the slowest form of poison.”
~ Ann Wigmore
Choose your food wisely. Good health begins with intentional eating.

1 Major Reason To Eat Salad Daily

Listen, I can give you all the top reasons why you should eat salad. And tell you that by making just one simple change to your diet it can pay off with plenty of health benefits. But unless you have been living underneath a rock for a very long time, you know all of this.

For instance, I’m sure you are aware that a bountiful salad is a convenient way to work in a couple servings of vegetables and fruit and is a good healthy habit to form. Especially if you have difficulty eating your veggies separately.

You probably also know that a salad provides you with the fiber that your body needs to help avoid constipation and lowering your cholesterol. And I’m betting you’ve heard that for years, research has shown that by eating a healthy dose of fruits and vegetables it can minimize your risk of many diseases, including cancer.

Not to mention that if your goal is to lose weight, well, a salad a day will certainly help with that as long as you don’t over do the fatty add-ons. Eating a little good fat is actually smart, such as olive oil, avocado and nuts.

I like to mix up my salads for the variety of taste and texture, but usually it is comprised of organic kale, baby arugula, baby spinach, pea or broccoli sprouts, carrots, cucumbers, mushrooms, asparagus, avocado, apple and tangerine slices, almonds, walnuts, choice of seeds… mixed all together with a little extra virgin olive oil and apple cider…with a sprinkle of sea salt.

Oh, and at this point, I’m also sure that you know that by eating a salad everyday with a generous amount of omega-3 foods keeps your brain healthy. And with the rise of dementia and Alzheimer’s this is vital to ensuring good health.

But let’s get back to the topic at hand… the  1 major reason why you should eat a daily salad.

Beyond how a salad can boost your body to wellness it can do something else for you. Studies have shown that by eating a salad a day it can actually keep you young and vibrant and reduce the aging process. Now, I don’t know about you, but I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that pretty much the majority of the population will buy into this. Who doesn’t want to have supple skin, clear eyes, silky hair and stronger joints…?

I’m betting that there is also at least one person who wants to see you not only look and feel gorgeous but they want you to be around for a very long time. And this is because they care about you. Do yourself and your loved ones a huge favor – eat your daily salad.

Trust me, you’ll be happy you did!

In wellness,


Wednesday Wellness – Tips For Clean Living

Eat your vegetables raw or slightly steamed at most. Why raw foods?
There is a presence of a beneficial antioxidant, “Quercetin” that is found in fruits and vegetables. You can also juice them. If this concept is new to you, then try it at least one day per week to get used to it.
Hard boiling and deep frying removes most of the nutrients in your food, including Quercetin.

Please Don’t Stress

Modern stress is a very real thing. What this means is that modern life has created stress that most of us find overwhelming. This new stress comes from:

Technology which causes us to be continually “connected” – so we’re never turned “off.”
Work-Life balance issues – i.e., trying to do too much and prioritizing it all.
Continual Stimulation – we are on overload from air, noise and visual pollution – it takes a toll on our brain power.

The real problem with all of this is that stress is inflammatory. So when we have inflammation circulating throughout our body we are in a state of dis-ease. If we do not learn how to manage our stress in positive ways, ultimately this can break us down and lead to chronic health conditions.

Studies have also shown that when we are in constant stress – we outwardly manifest what we are internalizing – thus many people experience clutter in their environment.

In my upcoming event, 3 Hallmarks of Wellness, we will be covering Modern Stress and similar topics that are of true concern. Learning how to cope and manage stress is paramount to our well-being.

That’s why in this workshop, I will be personally guiding you through the 3 Hallmarks of Wellness so you can experience first-hand how to learn how to deal with some of these real life issues we face today.


The Paper Cut Theory

What happens when you go off your food plan? Or when you fall off your schedule? That was one of my biggest concerns when I first started changing the course of my diet and daily routine.

I was concerned about giving into tempting foods that I knew caused inflammation. I was worried if I broke my sleeping ritual that my body wouldn’t have the strength to fight back.

Then I learned about The Paper Cut Theory.

Think of a time when you flipped through the pages of a book and got a paper cut. The sting is an ever-present, annoying distraction. But usually within 48 hours you don’t even notice that it’s there anymore.

When you are healthy and you go off your plan, it is similar to a paper cut, but as long as you quickly go back to what you are supposed to be doing, it is not going to have an effect on your overall health.

Don’t beat yourself up about it, a break from your diet or routine is not a disaster. Being able to recognize a break and returning to the Clean Living process is part of developing a Forward Thinking Mind.

I will be teaching you a lot about the Paper Cut Theory and so much more at my upcoming event:


Wednesday Wellness

The Fit & Nourished Body

“Detoxifying is an excellent way of cleaning your body of toxins and pollutants. It gives your organs a thorough cleaning so they can function at their highest level to heal your body.” ~Organically Yours 


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Do You Dance Around Your Clutter?

Clutter is a very personal topic – it brings up many emotions; shame, guilt, frustration, anger, overwhelm. Often people tend to “dance” around the subject because of these feelings. The problem with that is if we use these moves for too long, twisting and turning, away from our clutter, it only becomes worse.

So I have a solution.

Instead of dancing around your clutter, I would like for you to accept my invite to attend my Spring Social. I have happy feet this spring season and I would love for you to be my dance partner. I’m throwing a little Soiree and it’s the perfect opportunity for you to express yourself in a light and airy environment.

Clutter can be heavy and burdensome, but for our gathering we are going to put a little spin on it. We’re going to keep it uplifting and humorous as we swirl around and who knows, maybe have some powerful, breakthroughs while dancing together.

Oh, and I will be “Live” so if you want to dance around with me…make sure you attend with your computer…but if you just want to sing with me…that’s okay too – you can use your phone.

So whataya say? You want to have a little Soiree over our stuff? The best story wins a prize. You In?

Register Now!


Recently I sat down with Joanna Gagis, television host of Life & Living to chat about my new book, Organically Yours; Open Yourself to a Vibrant Healthy Life Through Clean Living and well, life.

Joanna asked me some personal questions about my wellness journey and then we really got into it and explored the 3 comprehensive approaches to clean living. It’s as real as you can get.

Watch the video, I think you’ll see what I mean.