On tonight's Hoardganize Podcast Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey shares five organizing tips during a quarantine, isolation, shelter in place, etc.
These are new and uncertain times and I know a lot of you are nervous and unsure. The best thing you can do to gain certainty and clarity is to create weekly schedules for yourself and your family.
Creating a schedule not only brings certainty but in brings order into a chaotic world. While we can't control what's going on around us, we can control the state of our organization inside of our homes.
If you have always wanted to declutter your closet, clean out your junk drawer, organize your garage, there is not a better time than when you are forced to socially isolate.
Pick up your calendars hard or soft copies and start scheduling all of the organizing tasks that you haven't made time for yet with your usually busy schedules. Now is the time to get things done. Pass time being productive and healthy and you will come out of this crisis a stronger and more organized person.
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On this episode of The Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey discusses why massive action is the cure all for clutter.
On this episode you will learn how to:
1. Create a vision of the organized life you want to live.
2. Understand why it is you want to be organized and what gifts being organized will bring.
3. Chunk organizing projects into manageable bits, and come up with an overall strategy on how to organize each space or room.
Make sure you have a pen and paper because there are exercises that you will need to write down and reflect upon.
Stop living in chaos and start raising your standards and take action today!
Need coaching or hands on help? Rachel provides organizational coaching to Collectors all over the world. Rachel will help you understand why you clutter and how to overcome living in chaos with a step by step custom plan. To hire Rachel as your Coach for Clutter visit www.collectorcare.com
On this episode of The Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey discusses tips on how to prepare for a big hoarding or clutter cleanup job with a cleanout crew.
This episode is for anyone with excessive clutter - be prepared to have your cleanup go as smoothly as possible if you need one in the future.
Some people are forced by the fire marshall, the police department, home owner associations, landlords, to clean up their clutter or they will lose there home. Other people are flat out tired of the mess and want to take massive action to get their homes decluttered. Whether this is a forced or conscious decision, there are tools on this podcast to allow your cleanup to run smoothly.
Rachel discusses having realistic expectations, ways to prepare and diffuse situations, and tips for self care during these big cleanups.
Need coaching help to prepare you for a big cleanout? Rachel helps people all over the world prepare for large hoarding or clutter cleanup jobs. This is over the phone, or can be done via facetime, Zoom, or Skype. You don't have to go through this alone. Rachel will help coach you through the entire process. email@example.com or visit the Collector Care Website and fill out a contact form.
On this episode of the Hoardganize Podcast Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey provides you with 30 questions to ask yourself while you are decluttering.
Are you currently downsizing and trying to get organized? Do you get "stuck' on particular Items?
This robust list provides you with thirty different questions to ask not only about STUFF but these questions will challenge some of your old thoughts and beliefs that are holding you back.
Stop letting irrelevant items get in the way of the happy organized life that you truly deserve and desire.
Do I still love it?
Do I still like it?
Do I need it?
Would I buy it again?
Do I wear it?
Is there a duplicate?
How easy would it be to get another one?
Would I get that exact item or choose something else?
Do I use it?
Do I cherish it?
Do I already have a similar item?
Would the person I am saving this for really want it?
Am I going to really make the effort to get this item to someone?
When was the last time I used this?
Does this drain my energy or lift it?
Does this make me feel overwhelmed or depressed?
Does this make me feel good or happy?
Will I take the time to repair or fix this?
Is this really important to me?
Is this outdated?
Is it in good enough condition to use?
Would someone with much less appreciate it more?
Is there a charity I would like to donate this to?
Have I been hanging onto this “just in case”?
Is this trying to fill a need inside me?
What could I focus on if I didn’t have this clutter?
What have I not done because clutter has been in my way?
In what ways would my life improve if I removed this clutter?
Does this fit my vision of a clutter free life?
Is this item included in my home when I imagine in clutter free?
On this episode of The Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey discusses 7 easy tips to help you create the organized lifestyle you truly desire.
Are you tired of living in filth? Are you tired of being overwhelmed, and feeling embarrassed or shameful?
Are you finally ready to raise your standards and do whatever it takes to get organized?
Rachel covers seven strategies and ideas that will help you throughout the de-cluttering process.
On this episode of The Hoardganize Podcast Professional Organizers Rachel Seavey and Janine Adams discuss using ancestry.com and how to research and organize your genealogy.
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On this episode of the Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey and Ellen Delap discuss:
Certified Professional Organizer Ellen Delap launched Professional-Organizer.com in 2000 in Houston, Texas.
Ellen works one on one with clients, streamlining their environment, creating effective strategies for an organized lifestyle and helping clients realize their organization and productivity goals.
Her niche is working with individuals and families with ADHD in their home and at work. She holds specialist certificates in ADD, Chronic Disorganization, Life Transitions, Work Place Productivity, Household Management, and Team Productivity. She is an Organizer Coach having completed the Coach Approach curriculum.
Ellen’s work has been featured on Smead podcasts, as a contributor to articles with the Associated Press, and as a regional speaker with the ADDA-Southern Region conferences. Ellen is past president of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals and an member of the ADDA-Southern Region Professional Advisory Committee.
On this episode of the Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer discusses holiday gifting for people who struggle with clutter.
Whether you have clutter yourself or you know someone disorganized, these two tips will help you figure out what to gift.
This holiday season collect moments not things. Give away what you are not using and spend time with people you love instead.
To see this episode on video check out my youtube channel at www.youtube.com/collectorcaretips
On this episode of the Hoardganize Podcast Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey discusses scheduling, and how dynamic your calendar can be at getting you organized.
If it isn't scheduled it most likely will NOT happen. Taking the time to strategize your organizational planning will make getting your home organized a breeze.
On this episode Rachel Discusses:
1. Identifying tasks that need to be done, and breaking them down in bite sized pieces.
2. Being realistic on how long it actually takes for you to get a task done.
3. Scheduling tasks electronically or manually in your calendar.
4. Showing up to do the work.
5. Trading expectation for appreciation.
In this episode of the Hoardganize Podcast organizing consultant Geralin Thomas discusses how she’s helped clients from around the globe create curated closets. Tune in to hear Geralin's tips, techniques, and tactics for letting go of clothing that doesn’t fit or flatter. Listeners will enjoy her strategies and words of wisdom about building a better wardrobe.
WHAT YOU WILL DISCOVER in Ep #100
On this episode of the Hoardganize Podcast Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey discusses all of the dangers currently going on in her neck of the woods. Currently California is under fire and has had recent earthquakes. Due to a power shut off Rachel is late putting this important information out there ...
Tune in to learn how to prepare for an emergency while you are living in all of your clutter. Its often that lives, pet lives, crucial documents, photos, medication, are all left behind because people were unprepared.
On this episode of the Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey discusses how your Clutter Mindset is keeping you from living the organized life you truly desire ... tune in to hear a few limiting beliefs that are holding you back.
If you don't start letting go of stuff now its VERY likely that in the next five or ten years you will be BURIED IN CLUTTER!
On this episode of the Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey discusses a method of organization that she has coined the visual threshhold. Do you have a lot of clutter? ADHD? Tune in to learn a simple strategy that can create and maintain organization in your life.
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On this episode Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey and Relationship Coach Jill Collins discuss the crazy eight pattern and how it affects your lives and your clutter.
Discover how this emotional pendulum is creating chaos in your home and in your relationships. Learn how to funnel up, identify your safe problem and get to the root of why you clutter.
On this episode of The Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey discusses the differences between Chronic Disorganization and Hoarding Disorder.
Do you wonder whether you suffer from hoarding disorder? Are you not sure what type of disorganization you have? Tune in for expert advice on identifying the difference between the two, and success strategies for both.
This is episode is for Collectors, Professional Organizers, Therapists, Code Enforcement, Law Enforcement, In home support services or anyone working with the overly cluttered population. It's important to know what it is you are looking at and who it is you are working with to come up with the ultimate success strategy.
On this episode of The Hoardganize Podcast Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey and Dr. Regina Lark discuss how ambivalence is a key factor in holding people back from getting organized. This episode is great for Collectors, Professional Organizers and anyone interested in hoarding or excessive clutter. Learn tips and tricks from the experts in the field ...
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On this episode of the Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey and Coach Ivonne Lynch discuss the 6th human need, the need for contribution. When you donate your belongings you are contributing to your local area. You're helping people who are less fortunate. You are also clearing clutter in your home! Do you collect? This could be the most important human need to help you get organized ... tune in to learn why!
Are you ready to be challenged? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know how it feels to go to a homeless shelter and donate food or goods.
On this episode of the Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey discusses the fifth human need, the need for growth. If we are not growing, we are dying.
How can your organizational growth help you achieve fulfillment? Tune in to hear an in depth discussion with Coach Cindy Andrews and Rachel Seavey as they discuss this important human need ...
On this episode of The Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey continues her discussion on the six human needs. This episode covers the fourth need, the need for love and connection.
Do you use your stuff to make you feel loved and connected? Tune in to learn decluttering tips while exploring your need to acquire and save ...
On this episode of The Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey continues discussing the six human needs.
Rachel and guest Coach Jimmy Kay discuss the third human need which is the need for significance. Are you attaching significance to your belongings? Tune in to hear decluttering tips when this happens ...
On this episode of The Hoardganize Podcast Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey discusses the second human need which is for uncertainty and variety.
Do you have a variety of different likes and interests which is causing you to clutter? Does your uncertainty hold you back from the organized life you truly desire? Tune in ...
On this episode of The Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey interviews hoarding and chronic disorganization experts Diane Quintana and Jonda Beattie.
Have you ever wondered if you are a hoarder? Do you tend to label yourself as one? Tune in as I chat with my Atlanta colleagues about this exact topic. Often we are called into a "hoarding situation" which once we have worked with the Client, discover is not.
Tune in to hear stories about people in the same situation, who were not technically hoarders (albeit they had tendencies).
DSMV Definition of Hoarding
Persistent difficulty discarding or parting with possessions, regardless of their actual value.
On ths episode of The Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey discusses the human need for certainty and why it makes you clutter.
Through her training with Tony Robbins, Magali &Mark Peysha, and Cloe Madanes of Robbins Madanes Training and Strategic Intervention, Rachel has learned that there are six human needs. There is the need for certainty, uncertainty, significance , Love, growth and contribution.
Today she will be going more into depth about the human need for certainty and how it relates to the clutter in your home.