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Declutter Your Life: Reclaim Your Time & Freedom

Andrew Mellen
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If you’re overwhelmed, confused, frustrated, exhausted, and sick and tired of the clutter in your life, maybe it’s time to do something about it.And if you’ve ever felt hopeless and dragged down by dead-end relationships, addiction, crushing debt or just the disappointments of everyday life, then this show is for you.In this podcast, The Most Organized Man in America, Andrew Mellen, will demystify how to get started and organize your world. Andrew hands you the keys to unlock the power to stop clutter from robbing you of your precious time, freedom and joy in your life.


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Latest Episodes

Today we're going to talk about decluttering, our communication, and this way that we have of saying, "I'm sorry, you feel that way", as some sort of passive aggressive apology. What can you do to call them on it?

8 days ago

Today we're going to talk about organizing for kids part two in our multi part series. So if you missed the first part, you'll find that in the index of previous episodes. more

a month ago

Hello, clutter warrior and junior clutter warrior... more

a month ago


5 out of 5 stars from 139 ratings
  • Great podcast, helpful, life changing!

    I love this podcast! It has helped me and so many people I know get rid of the clutter in my brain, my home and my calendar! Andrew offers sensible advice that is realistic to implement and there's no shame or guilt. I highly suggest it!

    Kristin Burton
    United States14 days ago
  • Will help you more than any other organizing tool

    I had listened to and read every organizing book and podcast on earth and nothing helped. Until this one. The difference is that everyone else tells you how much you need and that things need to look nice. This guy tells you that you get to choose how much you need and that what’s important is how fast you can find things. He is no nonsense but also real and he gets into the mind stuff of why and how to break old patterns.

    Anonymous User
    United States14 days ago
  • Awesome tool!

    I saw a segment on my local news channel, where Andrew appeared. It was actually a repeat, so I feel that God lead me to watch it. I’ve needed a wise and assertive motivator and here you are! Thanks for the time and effort you are putting in to sharing your wisdom with me. God Bless! more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • My favorite organizational guru

    I have been following Andrew Mellon for a few years and he has really helped me. I started by reading his book, “Unstuff your life.” His principal of the organizational triangle has been life changing. I love what he says about sentimental items (your loved one is not the item). I still struggle with paper clutter and need to move to digital filing and want to know more on this topic. I am excited that he has a podcast that I can follow. Thanks Andrew.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • Intrigued and hopeful

    Occasional cursing and Harry Potter references? I’m excited to have found this podcast and I feel like Andrew’s thought process really matches what I’ve been going through. Hopeful that this is the change I need to organize my small house before I bring all this junk into our next home!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago

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