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Why Living Clutter-Free Can Save the World
Expert Shares Why Decluttering Makes You (& Everyone Else) Happier

clutter-1We know that Americans are huge consumers but these stats may scare you:

Did you know there are 300,000 items in the average American home? (LA Times)

A typical American family spends $1,700 on clothes annually (Forbes) but also throws away 65 pounds of clothing per year (Huffington Post).

 As a whole, Americans spend $1.2 trillion annually on nonessential goods (The Wall Street Journal).

This is level of consumerism is a huge problem.  Many Americans are living pocket-to-pocket.  They don’t have money for medical bills, tuition, car payments, etc. According to a recent survey, most Americans have less than $1,000 in savings, 1 in 5 have none.

Organization Expert, Evan Zislis Can Help!

Evan, international Best-Selling Author of “ClutterFree Revolution”  has helped thousands of people simplify their life so that they may focus on what matters most.  Clearing away the excess whittles life down to its bare essence, revealing purity of heart, integrity of character, and inspiration of purpose.

Organization and decluttering is proven to make people happier, but the positive effect goes beyond the individual.

As a professional organizer, Evan has seen the impact decluttering has on hyper-local communities. Our clutter becomes part of the solution.  By giving away our excess “stuff” we can really help people and make a difference.

“We tend to take our stuff for granted…we forget that there are those in our own neighborhoods who desperately struggle to clothe and feed their families. To one person, it’s just STUFF…but to another, that STUFF could make all the difference.” – Evan Zislis

Evan is on a mission to help people connect the dots between the clutter in their homes and the impact those things have on a global scale.

In an interview Evan will show your audience:

  • How living clutter-free will help you save money, save your relationship, & save lives
  • Why letting go of stuff raises social awareness and makes a global difference 
  • 3 steps to begin decluttering today
  • The worst hoarding experience he’s ever witnessed and how it changed lives



Evan Zislis is a professional organizer based in Aspen, Colorado and author of the Amazon bestseller “ClutterFree Revolution: Simplify Your Stuff, Organize Your Life & Save the World.”

For more information visit: and join the revolution on Facebook.