Space. It’s something that the world is running out of. Everyday, we often see something that we want to keep for the rest of our lives—a family heirloom, a fancy pair of shoes, some nice China in your kitchen cabinet.
We keep accumulating stuff everyday until one day, there’s a mountain load of it that’s gathering dust in a corner somewhere. However, when things that really matter come into our lives, suddenly it becomes difficult to let it in because of all the rubbish that we keep. So the big question is, “How do I make more space?”
The answer? You don’t have to.
In today’s podcast episode, we will learn about the psychology behind cluttering and how it affects us personally and professionally with Tracy McCubbin. She will teach us about the value of decluttering and will help us avoid gathering unnecessary stuff at home.
Listen now and find out how to make the most out of your space.
What We Talked About in This Episode:
- The History and Business Model of dClutterfly
- The Seven Emotional Clutter Blocks
- The True Meaning of Decluttering
- Psychology Behind Clutter and Stress
- The Virtue of Care and Repair
- How To Prevent Cluttering
- The Value of Decluttering
About Our Guest:
Tracy McCubbin is the founder and CEO of dClutterfly Inc., a company that’s based in Los Angeles, California, dedicated to helping people let go of their unnecessary clutter. She is also the author of Making Space, Clutter Free: The Last Book on Decluttering You’ll Ever Need.
To reach Tracy McCubbin or take a FREE clutter block quiz, go to dClutterfly’s website.
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