I chatted with Amelia on her podcast “A Pleasant Solution: Embracing an Organized Life.” Join us for a heartfelt conversation about navigating grief, the power of not waiting for motivation to strike, and the importance of asking yourself, “What do I want?” Plus, learn how you can inject some playfulness into your decluttering routine with Declutter Go!® – the game that turns the often overwhelming task of decluttering into a fun and engaging experience.

I hung out with Hollie Strano for a few minutes and we chatted about starting small!  Grab a couple organizing tips here to get you started!

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I love talking with my friend and stylist, Traci McBride with Tee McBee Image Consulting. On this segment, Traci and I talk about our history and my story of starting Wholly Organized!® and creating the first organizing game- Declutter Go!®

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A fellow Professional Organizer, Naeemah Ford Goldson, and I hung out together on her “Organize Me! Radio channel.  Learn more about my story and Declutter Go!®

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Check out my contribution to this article about under the stairs storage.

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Is your junk drawer in need of some attention? On page 36 I share tips on how to give it a reset!

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Shelves are empty! Bill talks to professional organizer, Lynne Poulton. (Photo: Phil Masturzo/Beacon Journal/

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On November 3rd, 2017 I had the opportunity to share the story of Tilly at Pechakucha Akron in the Akron Civic Theatre. 20 images x 20 seconds = a 6.5 minute presentation.

Candy Kline (left) shows Lynne Poulton, professional organizer, the progress she’s made on a the roll top desk that was once stuffed full of papers and the items. Poulton visited Kline to check on how Kline and her husband Bill have progressed 8 weeks after they started their organization push at their home on Wednesday, July 18, 2018 in Mogadore, Ohio. (Mike Cardew/BeaconJournal/

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Candy Kline listens as professional organizer Lynne Poulton helps her figure out a strategy for organizing her roll top desk at her home on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 in Suffield Township, Ohio. Candy and her husband Bill are downsizing to a house that is half the size of their current home and half to figure out what they need to keep and what they need to get rid off. (Mike Cardew/BeaconJournal/

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Lynne Poulton, a professional organizer and founder of Wholly Organized, helps Akron Beacon Journal writer Betty Lin-Fisher organize her craft room Jan 5 in Akron. (Karen Schiely/Beacon Journal/ file photo)

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Columnist Betty Lin-Fisher (left) gets a high five from Lynne Poulton, owner of Wholly Organized!® after checking progress on her craft room. (Phil Masturzo/Beacon Journal/

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Lynne Poulton, (left) a professional organizer and founder of Wholly Organized!®, helps Akron Beacon Journal writer Betty Lin-Fisher organize her craft room at her home in Akron. (Photo:Karen Schiely/Akron Beacon Journal) Click here to read the full article.
Lifetime’s “Hoarders: Family Secrets”  Season 7, Episode 7  Dorothy enlists Coral’s children to help her conquer cockroaches in the pantry in this bonus scene from “Brian/Coral.”

Lifetime’s “Hoarders: Family Secrets” Season 7, Episode 2 Bonnie enters her sister Joyce’s home for the first time in a decade in this scene from “Joyce & Kimberly.”

Organizing Paper 2014: Figure out the best way for you to see all of your papers without getting overwhelmed.

Spring Cleaning 2015: Create a plan and work at your own pace throughout the house.

Spring Cleaning 2014: Decide how much you want to do and make a plan to start small.  

Low Cost Organizing Tools: Ways to keep your home organized without breaking the bank.  

Get Organizing for New Year 2014: Along with your New Years resolutions, create a plan to clean up from left over holidays and start fresh. 

 Spring Cleaning: Creating a plan that won’t overwhelm you during the changing seasons.  

Organize Your Cluttered Papers: How to stay away from the piles of paper.  

Planning Thanksgiving Dinner: Making it an easy holiday season by getting what’s necessary done in advance.  

Back to School 2014: Starting the school year off right with these organizational tips.    

Packing Tips: How to travel with one carry-on bag            

Lynne Poulton of Wholly Organized! shares how to get started and get organized.


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