For all of the best organizing tips and hacks from professional organizer Rachel Seavey, tune in every Sunday evening for the latest Hoardganize Podcast episode.
Already well into its second year, the Hoardganize podcast is one that welcomes organizers and the unorganized alike, to share in tales of collecting, organizing, hoarding, trading, and – in the case of the latest episode – practicing gratitude.
Having well and truly found her flow with the podcast, Rachel’s honest and unedited approach is all at once relatable and informative. She manages to balance a professional awareness and understanding, with a genuine sense of realness and openness, which helps make this an easily accessible show; one that offers endless tips and actionable snippets of advice for tidying up all areas of your life.
Loaded with stories, references to other services and individual testimonials, Hoardganize is a podcast run by a company dedicated to helping with chronic hoarding and all manner of organizational skills. In many cases, guests are welcomed on-board to offer their insight and experiences in an again beneficial and actionable fashion.
In the case of this latest episode, Jill Collins joins the conversation for an in depth talk on crazy 8 patterns – a fascinating topic that ultimately relates to obsessive patterns of behavior or choices we make in order to avoid mundane tasks; those that often pile up, yet need to be tackled in order for us to find clarity in our lives. The whole episode helps remove feelings of isolation or loneliness regarding these behaviors, and it provides possible solutions or steps that can be taken towards overcoming them.
Fusing professionalism and real life story-telling, Hoardganize is everything you’d hope it to be. A brilliantly well-rounded and well-researched show that aims to bridge the gap between overwhelming behavior and that which allows us more freedom and space.