I hear it all the time, my friend…

“I feel totally lost!”

“I don’t know what to do with all my clutter.”

“I keep procrastinating!”

“I wish I could just let go of my stuff, but…”

Since you’re here, I have a hunch you’re feeling that way too, amirite?

I hear ya. It’s like, if you could just figure out why it’s so damn hard to start – and get a handle on whatever’s stopping you from taking the next step – you could finally let go of your clutter with confidence.

If you’re like most of my students, you want a home that’s calming… one where you feel like you can breathe. You want to spend less time cleaning up and looking for shit, and more time doing things that are actually important to you.

There’s one little problem, though…

Decluttering feels like you're hitting this big, overwhelming wall.

Even thought you WANT to be clutter-free, it’s like there’s something that keeps getting in the way.

Maybe you plan a decluttering session, but you end up doing basically anything to avoid actually getting rid of stuff…

Shuffling things from room to room? Check.

Browsing the magazines you were supposed to be going through? Check.

Googling pictures of Ryan Gosling holding puppies? Cheeeeeeck.

You might be feeling super discouraged right now — you might even feel like you’re lazy, unmotivated, or even that clutter must just be your nature.

But here’s the thing...

You are absolutely capable of decluttering your home – you’ve just been going at it the wrong way.

If you’ve been trying and failing to get rid of stuff (or just putting it off altogether), I have a secret for ya:

Clutter isn’t about the stuff.

In fact, 90% of the work that goes into decluttering is mental and emotional – and if you’re missing that key step, then decluttering is going to feel like you’re constantly beating your head against a wall and getting nowhere.

You don’t need organizational systems.

You don’t need checklists or calendars.

You also don’t need someone to tell you what order to declutter in.

In my experience, those types of rigid systems can be helpful in the short-term, but they almost never leads to lasting results. That's because they don’t get to the real reason your home is cluttered in the first place.

Here’s what you DO need – you need support and a system to help you work through the tough emotional shit that comes up while letting go.



How would it feel if you could…


Take consistent action, without being at the mercy of your (often non-existent) motivation

Feel confident making decisions about whether to keep or let go of something

Rewrite the negative thought patterns that are holding you back

Start to heal all the painful emotional shit that’s attached to your clutter

Develop systems that’ll work for you, not against you, so you can stay clutter-free for good


If you’re over there like YAAAASSSSSSS, then Clutter Kick-Start is the place for you, my friend!

How do I know Clutter Kick-Start will work for you?

Because I’ve been exactly where you are now.

Hey! I’m your teacher and coach, Sara Brigz.

I help people simplify their cluttered homes, confront the emotions holding them back, and live a life they’re excited about. But I wasn’t always a declutter coach. In fact, only a few years ago...

I had a walk-in closet that was so jam-packed with dressers and clothes and shoes that I literally couldn’t walk into it

I owned hundreds of books, countless knick-knacks and souvenirs, and an endless supply of “just in case” crap

There were piles of clutter in eeeeverywhere

I lost things all the time, got so frustrated with cleaning, and felt totally stuck

Decluttering definitely didn’t come easy for me. And if I'm being honest, the first few months were absolute shit.

I would try to declutter, but not get very far – and then I started putting it off altogether, because I kept hitting a wall.

That’s when I started researching the psychology of attachment, and how it impacts our relationship with our stuff. Specifically, how our underlying beliefs shape our actions, and our actions determine our results.

It was a lightbulb moment for me – and a total gamechanger for my decluttering. Over the course of the next year, despite being majorly sentimental and anxious, I was able to let go of 75% of my stuff.

Now I want to help you let go of yours!

That’s why I created Clutter Kick-Start, and why it’s different from any other decluttering course out there.

To get clutter-free, you have to deal with the emotional shit that’s holding you back.

Only then can you take the big, consistent steps in letting go.

And that’s exactly what we’re going to do together.

So, whaddya say

are you ready to build confidence,

master your mindset, and

ditch your clutter for realsies?

***NOTE: Course materials will be available starting November 20th, and you will be granted LIFETIME ACCESS to the course!***



***NOTE: Course materials will be available starting November 20th, and you will be granted LIFETIME ACCESS to the course!***