Day # 3 of the Virtual Book Tour for No Problem: The Upside of Saying No

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Welcome to Day 3 of the Virtual Book Tour!

MoreenTorpyToday, we visit the blog of Moreen Torpy in Ontario, Canada! Moreen is a Declutter Coach and Downsize Expert, and author of 3 books. I met Moreen through an online author bootcamp we were both attending.

Moreen's work revolves around organizing and decluttering and she mentioned to me that she's always telling her clients to say "no" to something of lesser importance, in order to say "yes" to something of a higher importance.

We had a wonderful conversation around "saying no", guilt over possessions and letting them go, and how to do it so we can have a clutter-free and enjoyable home and work environment.

Listen in to our fun interview on Moreen's blog.


 A bit about Moreen Torpy

Moreen Torpy, the De-Clutter Coach, a Trained Professional Organizer and Silver Leaf Member of the Professional Organizers in Canada, was born organized. Since 2004, she has used this talent for the benefit of individuals and businesses in North Bay and surrounding area.

Moreen holds several Certificates of Study from the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (formerly the National Study Group in Chronic Disorganization).

In addition, she holds a Certificate of Completion in Hoarding and Clutter Coaching in a Hoarding Environment, and continues studying in relevant fields.

Moreen has authored three books: Going Forward: Downsizing, Moving and Settling In, Let’s Get Organized: 172 Tiplets to Simplify Life and Christmas Workbook: how to plan and create a more meaningful Christmas.

Contact Moreen via



Liesel Teversham is a curious, life-long learner. And currently she's learning a lot about kindness, and guilt-free self-care. She invites you to join her in this discovery!


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