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Hoardganize Podcast

The Hoardganize Podcast is for anyone overwhelmed with clutter. Whether you suffer from hoarding disorder, chronic disorganization, or just plain not know how to organize, this show is for you.

Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey shares stories from her experience with helping thousands of people let go of clutter. Home organization tips that help you declutter and get organized, in a way that's easy to maintain.

Jan 18, 2021

On this episode of the Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey discusses decision fatigue, and the importance of staying clear of negative self and talk and self sabotage.

Rachel has a Q&A with a listener who wrote in with questions about...


Jan 4, 2021

On this episode of the Hoardganize Podcast Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey shares her experience with trading negative thoughts for gratitude. This same strategy can help you stay focused while you are decluttering. Living in a state of overwhelm, sadness, anxiety and shame will not help you clear clutter. This one...


Dec 28, 2020

On this episode of the Hoardganize Podcast, Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey offers five tips on starting the new year with a more organized lifestyle.

Instead of making a resolution to get organized, make a plan to get organized! Rachel also covers the rules for the January Challenge!

Here's to a new year...


Dec 21, 2020

On this episode Professional Organizer Rachel Seavey discusses all the fun that she has had on the podcast in 2020.

This episode covers guest updates, recaps of topics, the December Decluttering challenge, our upcoming January Challenge, The BIG REVEAL and much more!

What were your favorite episodes of 2020? Make sure...


Dec 14, 2020

On this episode of the Hoardganize Podcast, Professional organizer Rachel Seavey discusses perfectionism and clutter.

It's no secret that perfectionism can hold you back from getting organized but why? How can you tell if you have thoughts and beliefs about perfectionism?

Perfectionism and all or nothing thinking can...