Kathi Miller
Speaker, Educator, Author, Consultant


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"Kathi really inspires action, and in the process, she changes lives.  Plus, she's funny, to boot!"
Susie Seidelman, M.A., Environment Program Associate, The Johnson Foundation at Wingspread

"We live in a society where we are so bombarded by 'stuff' all the time that finally there is someone to help us put it in perspective and show us how to deal with it."
Laura Wells, Director, Mequon Montessori School

"Ms. Miller was absolutely fantastic at offering suggestions on how to de-clutter without talking down to the audience or otherwise shaming people about their items."
Nina Wagner, Adult Services Librarian, Brookfield Library

"Kathi is witty, funny, and gets right down to the nitty gritty of clutter.  She has been a great addition to our Make a Move seminar series.  Her programs are well worth it!"
Carrie Sturn, Cedar Community Marketing Project Manager

Welcome to The Clutter-Free Life Website!  My name is Kathi Miller, also known as "The Clutter Coach." 
I am a professional speaker, educator, author, and consultant on the topic of clutter-free living.


What is clutter?  

Items you don't use or love, places that are untidy or disorganized, too much stuff in too small a space, or anything unfinished.  

What is clutter-free living?

Clutter-free living is an essential skill for the 21st Century.  It’s a way of thinking about and interacting with your belongings.  Clutter-free living is a skill set that ANYONE can learn.  You just have to be willing to practice new skills until they become a new habit. This website can help you get started or keep you motivated.

What are the effects of clutter?

Clutter can weigh you down and deplete your energy.  Think of a cluttered space in your home or office.  Just picture it for a moment.  Where do you feel it in your body?  Some report feeling a tightness in their chest, an ache in their stomach or tension in their shoulders.  Wherever you feel it, realize that your clutter affects you when you’re not even in the midst of it!  The good news and the bad news is the same: you did this to yourself!  Which means you and only you can clean it up.  Yes, you may get some de-cluttering help, but it’s your behaviors and beliefs that created the clutter.  To truly live a clutter-free life you will need to change those behaviors and beliefs.  Again, it’s not such bad news because you don’t have to convince someone else to change.  Even if you live with cluttering family members, the very act of you practicing and modeling clutter-free living skills will have a positive effect on them.  Start today!

You deserve to live a clutter-free life!

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