Kelli Wilson – The Clutter Breakthrough

What is your most recent book? Tell us a bit about it.

The Clutter Breakthrough: Your Five-Step Solution to Freedom from Clutter Forever offers a spiritual solution to the clutter and disorganization problem millions of Americans suffer from today. The Clutter Breakthrough addresses the truth about the stuff which is….it’s not about the stuff!

Tell us something about yourself.

I have an engineering and sales background and ventured in entrepreneurship in 2005 when I started my professional organizing business. I quickly realized that many of my clients were not maintaining the work we did and started studying chronic disorganization, addiction and a spiritual studies to address the underlying issues. I wrote this book in under one year after setting it as a goal at a women’s conference. It was amazing to bring my own experience to the public in the effort to help someone else move ahead in their clutter challenges

What inspired you to write this book?

I was inspired to write this book because I saw how frustrated my clients got with backsliding into old habits. I wanted to address the problem at its core where we could create real change.

How did you choose the title?

Funny…I created a dream board for the book in the shape of a book, cut and pasted a working title and ultimately rearranged the words to create the current published title

What obstacles did you encounter in getting this book published? How did you overcome them?

I found that I had to move around to write this book. I was most productive outside of my office; away on business, visiting a friend so I realized I needed to move around to keep it flowing. I worked closely with my business coach to create and manage the timeline.

How did you know you wanted to be a writer? How did you get started?

I have always used writing as a way to process life so this was a natural fit especially considering my topic and content.

Do you have any writing rituals?

No…mostly knuckle down and move around to get it done

Did you learn anything from writing and publishing this book? What?

Yes, that I can do it! That it’s a great accomplishment and that I have so much more to say and do.

If you were doing it all over again, what would you do differently?

Allow more time

What types of books do you like to read? Who are your favorite authors?

Everything spiritual and suspense

What is the best advice you could give other writers about writing or publishing?

Allow the process to happen, have an accountability partner or coach, get a great editor

Who is the perfect reader for your book?

The perfect audience is someone who is overwhelmed by clutter and disorganization and may or may not be aware of childhood trauma but it willing to consider that the past has something to do with the present and is willing to explore that.

Where can readers learn more about you and your book?

You can purchase my book and learn about me and my services at