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In today’s podcast, I answer several questions and (try to) help break through the overthinking that’s behind the questions. I’m an overthinker, too, so I get it. But breaking through my overthinking has been essential to making progress in my home. ... more
I love this episode and my guest’s incredible honesty. My guest today is a mental health professional and is working on her own home. I think you’ll find her insights to be incredibly helpful no matter your situation. My books Join us over on Patreon... more
I enjoyed this conversation with Greg so much! His job is to clean up hard-to-clean things, and part of that is helping out in hoarding situations. I think you’ll find it encouraging and helpful! Organizing for the Rest of Us My books Join us over ... more
I love Dana so much! She is awesome & very funny! She actually makes me laugh about a subject that has often been very frustrating for me! Her audiobooks and podcast are fantastic and have been so helpful to me! & I love listening to them daily for practical tips, tricks, and on-going motivation while I'm decluttering & maintaining my home! 💖
Dana has such a soothing voice and pleasant tone. I play this to fall asleep at night so her decluttering tips get absorbed deep in my brain! Down to earth stories and strategies for those of us that want to better organize our lives and understand we will never achieve the unrealistic HGTV levels of perfection. Highly recommend for ADHD folks!
Agree with many other reviews. If she would get organized before she starts the broadcast that might help her stay on point. Look we aren’t all academic scholars but her limited vocabulary and constant apologizing for her inability to articulate a point is really annoying.. It’s a shame because I know she has good points buried in there but it grates on my nerves too much. Then she throws in some advertising in the middle and it throws off the flow. I think she could benefit from having a podcas... more
I’m so thankful these early podcasts are still around. It’s 2022 and I am just now discovering this. And I finally feel like I can get the help I need. Look forward to continuing listening to all the podcasts.
Definitely not entirely related to one or the other. probably effected by both, but not one or the other. My mom is a clean freak, she grew up in very unstable environment, not clean or safe. It was her mission to not have us, or her, continue to experience the same. Plus she's very type A kinda personality. I am very not. My kids have a safe, reasonably clean, but cluttered, and a touch chaotic home lol. 5 kids and we homeschool, so there's Alot of people and stuff in a small house!
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podcasts Archives launched 9 years ago and published 342 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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