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The To 50 and Beyond podcast is a weekly podcast hosted by Lori Massicot, that teaches you and inspires you to live an alcohol-free lifestyle later in life. For more information and show notes, please visit my website.

Oct 5, 2021

Episode 179 

All forms of clutter reflect a soul that is not being true to itself. 

My soulful guest, Peggy Fitzsimmons, joins us to give us practical tips and insights on the effects of clutter and how to declutter and live a life full of vibrancy effectively.

Peggy Fitzsimmons holds a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology and has worked in the fields of counseling and healing for over 25 years. She has helped many people get their houses in order through intensive decluttering.

Peggy is also a former staff of the Omega Institute and was a consulting producer on Oprah Winfrey's Emmy-winning TV series Super Soul Sunday.

In her new book Release: Create a Clutter-Free and Soul Driven Life, she shares spiritual and practical insights with readers who want to free themselves from clutter and live-in alignment with their true soul nature.

In this episode, you will learn: 

  • Peggy’s insights about aging
  • The process of developing Release, a power-packed book by Peggy
  • The broader meaning of clutter
  • Signs that you need some help to declutter
  • How to know if you are deviating from your soul to your ego
  • Peggy’s motivation to women who are in addiction on substance abuse
  • Five different types of clutter
  • How to get into alignment with your soul
  • Peggy’s inspiration; things you can do every day to declutter

This episode's full show notes. 

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Mentioned in this episode: 

Release: Create a Clutter-Free and Soul Driven Life


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