I’m going to tell you something you're not going to want to believe.
The physical act of decluttering is ultra simple.
I’m going to tell you something you're not going to want to believe.
The physical act of decluttering is ultra simple.
I’m going to tell you something that sounds crazy.
The physical act of decluttering is ultra simple.
Step 1: Pick up an item
Step 2: Decide to keep it or not
Step 3: Repeat 1,000 times
But you and I both know that’s not the full story.
Maybe you’ve done some of our 10 minute challenges.
You got quick wins! It felt great!
Or you spent the afternoon on pinning things like “50 easy decluttering hacks that will change your life” while ignoring the mountain of laundry mocking you in the corner.
Maybe you became obsessed with the Netflix (™) series. Does it spark joy? No problem! Just tidy up.
Maybe you’ve even taken a load to the thrift store or "found" the kitchen counter.
It all sounds so simple, doesn’t it?
Have you've tried all this?
And if so why is your house still a mess?
It's my experience that those little hacks and quick wins often lead to burnout and even more stress.
And if this is you, you are probably struggling to stay motivated and make serious progress.
Let me explain why.
An invisible force I call Emotional Quicksand
is pulling you down.
You can count on this. When you've got something big to accomplish, this monster will always emerge from the shadows.
Emotional Quicksand sounds like a voice inside your head saying:
- I want to clean up the house but I just can't seem to get started.
- Why did I let things get so bad?
- I want to throw up when I think of all the wasted money.
- If only my family didn’t keep giving me all this crap...
- Even though it’s been 4 years, I still can’t handle opening Dad’s boxes.
This Quicksand with a capital Q will suck you down so fast you won't notice you're drowning until you're halfway under.
This makes the decluttering process HARD.
It might be one of the hardest things you’ve ever attempted to do.
The crazy thing is that when you find yourself stuck in the Quicksand, you may feel worse than you did before you started decluttering at all.
This Quicksand may paralyze you or send you running for a box of cookies. It keeps so many people from ever making a real change in their lives.
Decluttering is simple.
But get stuck in the Emotional Quicksand and you'll never reach success.
How do you get out of the Quicksand?
First you've got to be aware that it's there.
Emotional Quicksand is a real, tangible force and the more you want something, the stronger you'll be pulled in.
If you're not aware of it's deadly presence, you'll conclude that your failure to succeed is all your fault.
That you lack discipline or character.
Or that you just have to buckle down and try harder.
Unfortunately trying harder won't help a bit if you don't even know that there's Quicksand to avoid.
But what if you had the means to avoid that deadly trap?
What if you had a group of people who knew the dangers of the Quicksand, and who could show you the way around it?
What if you had a leader who recognized when you were stuck in the sand and who could throw you a lifeline even when you didn't see it yourself?
When you lost motivation (when the Quicksand is almost invisible but just as deadly) what if you knew exactly what to do to get back on solid ground?
Everything would be different.
And having these tools is the difference between reclaiming your home and your future…
… and looking back 5 years from now and wondering why you just couldn't reach that goal, no matter how desperately you wanted it.
And that's EXACTLY what I have to offer you.
The exact tools that YOU need to not only see the Emotional Quicksand, but to actually go around it and turn your home into a place that makes you proud.
Hi - I’m Sarah.
I’m a single mom
to 4 boys and
Wharton grad turned
I’m the creator of the Declutter Your Home Course.
PRONG 1: Support and Accountability
You get support AND the accountability as you’re working on your home so that:
- you stay motivated when you hit that brick wall of decluttering overwhelm (I call it the Messy Middle)
- you have an expert you can turn to with the tougher questions
you know that someone is rooting for you and believes you can do this
The foundation of the support piece is our ACDC Calls (more on that below).
PRONG 2: Community
Based around the common theme of struggling with too much stuff (and the emotions that go along with it), new members to the DYH Community are immediately welcomed with open arms.
You’ll experience no judgment whatsoever in this group - none of the raised eyebrows, snotty comments or unhelpful “advice” that unfortunately occurs in mega free groups (like “no one should have THAT many towels ever!”)
Everyone in this community gets it and everyone shares the same core values of kindness, no judgment, and encouragement.
PRONG 3: How-to Training and Resources
You’ll also get how-to training (videos, checklists, worksheets, and more).
I’ll show you an uber simple decluttering process, how to make decisions, what to do first, how to create a decluttering plan and more.
Plus, you’ll get an entire library full of Decluttering Action Plans - 1 page plans laid out for you to take all the guesswork and planning out of decluttering a particular space from beginning to end so you actually finish what you start.
Our Secret Weapon: ACDC Calls
ACDC = Alternating Clean Declutter Clean.
And because of the ACDC calls, nobody declutters alone.
The physical work (and the emotional work) often seems daunting and maybe at times miserable. When faced with a craft room gone wild or emptying out the storage unit, you may decide it’s the perfect time to go shopping (oh the irony!) or start that ancestry research you’ve been thinking about.
I’m not going to lie to you; cleaning up the junk room is never going to be rainbows and unicorns. (However, turning the junk room into a beautiful guest room IS exciting!)
That’s why we have ACDC Calls.
With an ACDC call, you look forward to the work instead of dreading it!
A lot of students enjoy our group calls so much that they rearrange their personal schedules so that they can attend as many as possible. And we have 1 member in Australia who routinely sets an alarm for the middle of the night just so she can join us for the call (note - I don’t recommend losing sleep to declutter unless you really want to!)
Our ACDC calls are the secret sauce to my students’ decluttering success.
An ACDC call works like this:
First 15 Minutes:
Everyone takes a turn sharing about their chosen work for the session (we call this our “targets”).
The work on a target can be to clean, organize, or declutter something.
Middle 30 minutes:
I set a timer and everyone gets busy. We may keep chatting as we work as well.
Last 15 minutes:
We stop working and chat some more. I answer questions.
ACDC is where we work through the emotions (AND the clutter!).
It’s where people discuss their breakthroughs.
The whole group offers suggestions and advice. And everyone gets as much from hearing the other people as they do from their own work.
ACDC calls are scheduled at a variety of daytimes and evenings during the weekday and on the weekend. I aim to accommodate as many schedules and time zones as possible.
We average 2-3 calls a week (up to 100 calls a year!). Calls are recorded if you can’t attend live. (And some people even re-watch them later because apparently ACDC is motivating even when it’s NOT live!)
Don’t want to be on video?
I take your privacy seriously.
Unless otherwise noted at the beginning of the call, ACDC calls are only for group members; however, I understand that some people prefer to remain off video.
That’s why everyone may choose to participate only via audio or just remain an observer. It’s completely up to you. And if you’d prefer total anonymity, you can watch the replays at your convenience.
THINK YOU CAN’T AFFORD TO DECLUTTER?
Did you know that a cluttered house is costing you big bucks?
Not only does clutter contribute to anxiety and depression, it also causes significant financial expense.
In other words, all that stuff is costing you cold hard cash.
Consider these statistics:
The average American household throws away $2,200 of food each year. That’s $183 / month (USDA 2015)
Most women, on average, spend between $150 and $400 a month on clothing.
10% of US households are spending an average of $1,066 a year on a storage unit.
Most of those units haven’t been visited in years, costing their owners tens of thousands of dollars that can never be reclaimed.
The cost of clutter is very real.
Can you afford to waste $183 of your grocery budget every month or spend an extra thousand dollars on clothes this year?
What would you do with an extra $1,066 a year when you clear out that storage unit?
My students often hang on to clutter because they're afraid to waste money when in fact, they are emptying their wallets and bank accounts without even realizing it!
And have you ever stopped to think about all the trouble clutter creates for you?
Does any of this happen to you?
It was struggles like these that pushed me to seek an answer to my own messy and cluttered home several years ago.
Nine years ago, I had a home filled with far too much stuff.
After trying (and failing) over and over to organize my house, I discovered I didn’t have an organization problem.
I had a “stuff” problem.
Too much stuff.
And the truth is, thinking about letting that stuff was overwhelming (obviously!).
I was mired in Emotional Quicksand and I didn't even realize it!
So what I decided to do was start with one area of my home.
I cleaned out the basement over the course of about a month and that felt great (you see part of the basement before we started working on it in the photo above).
I couldn’t believe the things we uncovered in that basement!
Boxes my mom had brought when she moved from Florida 10 years earlier.
Old Girl Scout uniforms from 2nd grade.
Old crumbling books. I wished I’d have given them to someone who could use them before they fell apart…)
… and that was just the beginning.
Over the next several months, I kept going, sorting through one area at a time and donating load after load of stuff.
I sorted through my clothing and finally let go of some of the things I hadn’t worn since high school.
I donated a trunk load of toys my kids had outgrown, praying the whole time they wouldn’t revolt and make me feel guilty (they actually loved their cleaner playroom!)
I started to gain momentum, got brave and decluttered a stack of cookbooks. I learned how to find my countertops again (you know how awesome clear counters feel, right?)
By the time I finished, I couldn’t believe how freeing it felt to have this organized home that I loved and have friends over.
I couldn’t stop talking about how amazing it felt to have a clean home AND how much it helped my anxiety.
I started writing about decluttering on my blog and teaching it to my readers.
I wrote the Step-by-Step Decluttering DIY guide.
I formed a Facebook group to be able to reach more people (now grown to over 52,000 members).
My readers were catching the decluttering bug too!
And they were seeing exciting progress.
But some people reached out to me directly.
They wanted more help and support.
They were getting stuck when they took on the task of cleaning up entire junk rooms, basements and overflowing closets.
They were overwhelmed.
And that’s how the Declutter Your Home course was born.
In the DYH Course, you will learn:
Here's What You Get
Belief Switching Training
Quickly eliminate those sneaky limiting beliefs that'll keep you stuck in the Quicksand.
In this 3 part video training you'll:
- Learn how to clear deep-seated beliefs you've held since childhood in as little as 1 afternoon. This sounds hard to imagine but it really works because you'll tap into the power of your subconscious.
- Identify major roadblocks in your decluttering journey and tackle them step-by-step without lifting a finger by accessing early childhood experiences in an unusual way.
Doing this process allows you access the part of you that doesn't want to let go of those beliefs and communicate with it in a non-threatening way. Using this process, participants have experienced dramatic change that may not otherwise be possible.
- Learn an old-school practice that may be the key to unlocking those elusive decluttering "muscles." All you need is pencil and paper and yet the change is profound.
- Experience up to 3 significant mindshifts per week.
The Belief Switching training is valued at $99 but you'll get it for free when you join the Declutter Your Home course.
How to Get Unstuck Training
How to use a "Belief Line" (see below) to pinpoint where you are now and how to move to the right and toward a more productive place.
This training will teach you 3 strategies so you can take action and get unstuck today even if you're currently sitting in clutter paralysis.
The Get Unstuck Training is a $39 value but you'll get it for free when you join the DYH Course.
5 Little Habits That Will Change Your Life in a Big Way
My students’ homes are now clean and organized and they’re loving the day to day life. But they also want to know how to keep it that way.
Because one of the biggest concerns after you’ve gotten your home to the place where it feels amazing is how NOT to end up with a cluttered mess again.
They wanted to know what it would take to maintain the progress they’d worked so hard to complete. They didn’t want to sacrifice any of the gains.
(Psst – that’s one of the biggest secrets of an organized home – you’ll save SO much time cleaning!)
So I created a bonus training called 5 Little Habits That Will Change Your Life in a Big Way
This video training is easy to consume and you’ll get worksheets to help you decide which habit to add first. I promise you, you’re not doing ALL of these habits right now, yet if you add just 1 or 2 of them, you’ll see a massive difference in your level of happiness as well as the state of your home.
And you won’t even feel like you’re doing any more work!
This 5 Little Habits bonus training is valued at $39 but you’ll get it for free when you enroll in Declutter Your Home.
Just LOOK what results students get with the Declutter Your Home Course!
People who were once stuck are now proud because they’re taking back control of their homes.
In spite of obstacles like chronic illness, and busy lives, my students make progress. They start AND finish entire rooms.
They reclaim their spare bedrooms (Judy cleared out years of clutter to make a room for her grandkids).
They organize their kitchens (Lisa’s church group complimented her on how perfectly organized her small kitchen was!)
They sell truckloads of stuff (Jeanne has made $3,000 while preparing to move.)
They are no longer stressed and anxious (Arla is thrilled that she can now travel knowing that she’ll return to a clean and organized home).
They aren’t leaving a disaster to their children (Kate is so happy that she won’t leave her kids the kind of mess her mother left her).
They are teaching their kids that life isn’t about always needing more. (Tanya’s kids are asking to let go of old toys so they have more room to play!)
They’re no longer overwhelmed. They let go of massive quantities of stuff. They’re calm and happy again. They have so much more free time for hobbies, family, and relaxation.
Can't you just do this yourself?
A lot of people wonder why they should use a course to achieve a home that makes them happy and feels amazing. Isn’t it just a question of trying harder or “getting serious”?
No, it’s not.
After all, you’ve tried that already, haven’t you?
Haven’t you made a resolution or two to deal with the messy kitchen or the mountain of clean laundry that never quite makes it into the closet?
Haven’t you made to-do lists and chore schedules?
… and found yourself just as stressed out as ever and right back where you started?
Maybe hiring a professional organizer is the answer...?
But sadly if you hire an organizer, you may have a beautiful house for a little while but if you don’t learn the underlying strategies and solutions to the problem of a messy house, all that work will undo itself in a few months’ time.
Plus, you’ll pay an average of $375 per room to have someone do the work for you (much more if you live in an expensive area of the country or you’ve got more than an average amount of stuff).
Hiring a pro is an expensive solution without a guarantee of success.
However, when you choose to invest in yourself and do the Declutter Your Home course:
You'll get all the training and support you need to do your ENTIRE house. Up to a year or more of support if you need it.
You have a 30 day money back guarantee. You’re not going to get that from a professional organizer.
You’ll gain the skills to manage your home AND your life. This goes way beyond just cleaning up a kitchen drawer.
You can work at your own pace. If you’ve got a deadline looming like a big move (several of my clients are getting ready to move very soon), you can go all in and get things done fast. On the other hand, if you’ve got a full time job or a hectic schedule, or if you’ve got limited mobility, you can take it as slow as you like. You decide how much time you can spend.
You’ve got nothing to lose…
… and a new life that’s waiting for you.
Now, what is it going to cost to not do this course?
You’ve heard my offer… I have expressed the value to you. I hope you feel like you can trust me. I’ve shown you exactly what’s going to happen when you decide to give it a chance today. Remember that you have your 30-day money back guarantee. You’re fully protected. All the risk is on me. If you’re still not sure, realize that right now you’re standing at a crossroads with two paths in front of you. One of the paths takes you deeper into what you’ve already got – likely pain, frustration, overwhelm and unhappiness.
But the other path takes you down the road I’ve just laid out for you with a new life (and an organized home) full of hope and peace.
Thirty days from now you’ll feel like a different person.
Joining is easy. Here’s how it works.
First, you enroll by clicking the button below and then you get immediate access to the website where you will find a collection of videos on decluttering, motivation, dealing with family members, organizing, and more.
You’ll get a printable workbook with notes and worksheets to help you stay focused.
You’ll also get immediate access to a private Facebook group where you can ask questions and get support in a small, safe environment with other students of the course. You’ll immediately feel relief just knowing you’re not the only one whose house makes them anxious.
Within 30 minutes you’ll clear out a space using my simple 4 step process and start feeling better.
By the end of the first week, you’ll have a routine down pat and you’ll be using those little pockets of time to make meaningful progress.
By day 14, you will have reclaimed your kitchen. You’ll be thrilled every time you walk in.
By day 30, your bedroom will be a sanctuary. Your friends will be commenting on how organized you are. The peace and confidence that you’ll feel about your home will motivate you to tackle bigger and bigger areas.
And within 6 months, you’ll feel like you have a completely new life.
You’d never believe that your house was once so full of stuff.
Each Monday, I’ll send you an email with your assignment for the week. You’ll also get a schedule of the ACDC calls at the beginning of the month.
You can access as many of the live calls as you like (they are scheduled at various times to accommodate as many schedules and time zones as possible. We have students around the world and many with full time jobs).
You will also have daily access to me via email for questions.
Decluttering is simple.
But you have to avoid the Quicksand to have real success.
I look forward to being your guide along the way. Click the button below and register today. I’ll see you inside the program.
Month to month access
$149 Today +
$49/month starting next month for as long as you remain a member
1 time payment: 1+ year access
Lifetime access to course materials including videos, bonuses, printables, etc.
365 day access to support, ACDC calls, and Facebook group
Low cost renewal option available after first year
What people are saying about working with Sarah Mueller
Arla Lewis’ house always had a “junk room.”
“My computer room was always horrible. And then over the years, the living room joined in the horribleness.”
“I’ve tried different programs that worked for a while, and then I fell off the wagon. But with you, it was like somebody holding my hand saying ‘you can do it. I’m right here…’
“Now I know I can do it. It feels fantastic. I feel a lot better so I thank you Sarah.”
- Arla Lewis
As a military family, Tanya and her husband spent years unsure when or where they’d move next. Between repeated moves and starting a family, the boxes started stacking up.
The clutter made Tanya feel anxious.
“Home should be your safe place. It should be the place where you can de-stress.”
Sarah’s groups help immensely.
“I love the people posting daily. It has young people, and older people, and people my age…it’s been an inspirational group for me, to see people’s before and after photos and to not be afraid to post, ‘okay, here’s my mess, but look, this is what I did!’
“We eat at the table for all of our meals now.
That was our goal…and that’s been a huge positive for my family.
The more I let go, I see the space and it’s usable.
The things that sat on the counter all the time are now put away.
“And I’ve noticed my oldest, he’s calmer.
I look back think, ‘how were we functioning?’ Not very well apparently.”
“I feel better now.
I don’t stress out if someone says, ‘Hey, I’m dropping by the house’…now it’s just like normal kids toys out, not, ‘oh I haven’t unpacked 24 boxes and they’re still sitting in my living room.’”
Judy could make her house look presentable, but she wasn’t really cleaning—she was hiding things.
“I would run around like a crazy person stuffing things everywhere when someone was coming over…When they’d leave I’d think, ‘oh, the house looks nice,’ but I couldn’t find a thing.”
“Last January I thought, ‘this is the year to do it.’ But I’d have quit in a month had I not found you. ”
I know where everything is now.
I love it.
It’s what life should have been all along.”
Jen, who lives with her two adult daughters, was feeling stressed about keeping up their house in the wake of a divorce. Decluttering helps her feel in control.
Jen is making quick work of decluttering.
“I try to work 20 minutes to half an hour every single day. I seem to be more motivated right before it’s garbage day.”
“There’s still a little bit of clutter, you know, I still have knickknacks and things like that. It’s been rewarding because everybody tells me how nice my house is.”
While she was a foster parent to five kids, Pat Branstetter learned to never throw a paper away.
“You’re going to need it for court.”
“Once I got started with your program, it made me feel so good to be able to just do the refrigerator. I thought that was kind of bizarre when my goal was the stupid office.
And then it was, ‘do the junk drawer’… and I realized the process that you had was something that we all needed.
After watching Pat work on her things for a few months, her husband did all of his clothes.
She says, “That’s what everyone dreams of!
It was amazing.”
- Pat Branstetter
The tipping point for Morgan was when she became pregnant.
The baby's room was so packed with stuff that you couldn’t walk in it.
This wasn’t the first time Morgan had tried to clear out that room.
“I tried making it into my craft room but I just couldn’t get rid of the stuff so the room never got to where I wanted it.
But when I had that deadline of the baby coming, it became very easy to let go of a lot of stuff.”
Before, I was paralyzed because I didn’t know where to start so I just never did it. So doing this has really helped.
I can come home, I can cook a meal right away because I don’t have to clean the counter off first. It’s just improved our life so much.
Kathy’s late husband used to complain about her clutter.
“After he died I realized he had more clutter than me, and was able put it in places where I couldn’t see it.”
Decluttering is especially difficult when you’re dealing with grief.
“I’m now getting to the point where I can do that, and enjoy the memories…”
Kathy already had a habit of donating extra things to charity, but she’s picked up the pace.
“I have more of a sense of urgency, as I’m older.
There’s been a lot of information about death cleaning, which sounds really morbid, but it makes a lot of sense to me.”
“The push was realizing that I didn’t want to leave all of this stuff for my kids to go through…They’re not interested in a lot of my memorabilia.”
“My favorite part is the ACDC calls.
I love it.
It’s that half hour that I just concentrate. And I know that there is a time that I’m going to finish it, or stop, and come back and talk with you all. ”
I just wanted to say thank you for all you have done so far in helping me with my clutter!! As a mom of now 3 grown children I found myself hanging on to old toys and blankets. Polly pockets and Barbie dolls that just one day may have value. With your help I’m sorting out the good, the bad and the ugly!
Yes I saved a small bin of toys that were in excellent condition and may hold some value but I gave away the rest.
It felt so freeing.
I now am working on a craft room for myself.
I’m going to keep what craft materials matter and getting rid if the rest. I I just wanted to say thank you!
Let me tell you decluttering has been the best thing I have ever done.
I work full time and we bought a new home five years ago. When we moved in I was working 10-12 hours a day, most weeks 6 days a week.
My son-in-law became disabled and my daughter started working two jobs.
Needless to say our house was a complete mess. I believe we had just gotten so overwhelmed that no one knew where to start.
I cleaned the dining room which took me all day to do but it’s done. The table is clean, we have been eating at the table and on Saturday night, we have been having game night and playing games and clean the room afterward.
Life is so much easier with our house clean and decluttered. I don’t think this would have ever happened without you and your help. You never made me feel bad about the house being such a mess but you gave me hope that we could get it done.
Thank you for all your help and encouragement.
Now that Robin’s children are grown, she’s decluttering the things she’s inherited and things her kids left behind.
“Every time I get rid of something I feel like I come a little bit closer to the surface. Stuff weighs you down so much and I feel a little bit lighter, a little bit happier when I walk into my house. I’m not so overwhelmed by everything that needs to be tended to.”
“It breaks my heart when people are struggling so much with decisions, knowing that they would feel better if they decluttered. It reminds me to let go. ”
I love the positivity that is sent out, and the fact that Sarah makes you feel you can accomplish anything! She has great wisdom and ideas.
- Linda Osterhoudt
Ideas, encouragement – this is a great process to get with other people trying to accomplish the same goal- declutter your home.
- Charlene Ricketts
Bringing organization and sensibility to life.
- Hazel Minnick
Great suggestions and motivation to do what would make a serene environment
- Beth Chapman Oliver
I have struggled with clutter for while now. The inspiration from this group is beyond helpful and inspiring! And Sarah is a great leader and her positive energy really helps keep you going!!
- Linda Bickerdyke
The way she motivates people without judgment and makes it a fun challenge
- Trish Scott
Love the simple, no pressure approach to decluttering! Been decluttering little by little over the course of a year and am so much happier. I can do it how and when I want without worrying about being perfect. It’s also saved me money because I no longer lose things in the clutter that I end up re-buying. Thank you!!
- Stephanie Fox
She is a fantastic person & so easy to understand her. I love all the tips this group gives
- Assumpta Hoban
Great community support for anyone wanting to declutter their home and lives!
- Michelle Avent
Great ideas, sharing experience and helping others to get on with life.
- Karen Whitten Rae
The support and fact that all comments must be positive and helpful. Sarah is an inspiration!
- Carol Pellicelli Dimse
Awesome ideas and videos very positive and encouraging
- Sheila White
Great to have a community to cheer each other on whilst dealing with decluttering – oftentimes a difficult task due to multiple decisions/multiple things to throw, sentimental clutter and whether to keep, throw or donate
- Ann-Maree Bennett
I love the way that it is taught in baby steps. Decluttering can be overwhelming so this is essential.
- Catherine Smith Brown Washington
Helpful and realistic. Thank you so much.
- Hettie Eggleton
It’s a great thing go be working with other people that are going through the same as you
- Carol Ann Churchill
This group is supportive, caring, understanding and motivating, and that’s why I like to visit the Facebook group. I wish I could spend more time here. Thanks to Sarah for sharing her expertise, seeing that everything is working smoothly and for supporting and motivating us.
- Debra Williams Lee
Sarah helped to discard things, not hoard them.
- Valerie Brown
I feel like I need support to get it done , it’s so over whelming and I personally feel like joining your club has helped in taking the steps I need to get started
- Joanna Adkins Johnson
Sarah breaks it down to smaller tasks so the job is not so overwhelming.
- Doris Bunny Hecht-Gelberg
Several step by step processes
Lots of encouraging videos
Input from many others working on the same issues
- Lindy Pavkovich
Very good decluttering and house organizations ideas!!!!
- Wendy Markham
The “Backup Plan” Guarantee
The DYH Course provides the most support you'll find absolutely anywhere short of hiring your own professional decluttering expert to come to your home and do the work for you.
However, I understand that you may be worried about whether this will work for you. And that's why I'm adding in this "Backup Plan Guarantee."
If during the first 30 days, you don’t feel completely different about your home…
If you haven’t removed at least 10 boxes or bags of clutter…
Or if for any other reason you’re not completely satisfied, I insist that you contact me for a full refund.
And if you do want a refund AND you’ve attended or watched the replays of at least 2 ACDC calls, I will send you a check for $100 for you to use with a local professional organizer of your choice.
You take absolutely no risk by joining the DYH course.
By joining, you’ll have a backup plan in reserve if for some reason you’re not completely happy and satisfied.
It’s like buying an insurance policy that you can redeem for a professional organizer.
What does the course look like inside?
How computer savvy do I need to be?
I make it as simple as possible.
Watch the video below for a 4 minute tour.