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17 Spatulas and the Man Who Fried an Egg: Reclaim Your Space Mentally and Physically by [Lisa Geraci Rigoni]

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Lisa's simple yet powerful stories will touch you while simultaneously challenging you to look deep within yourself at the "clutter" that is holding you back from being the best version of yourself. We could all be a bit happier if we just tried a LITL.

-Harry Roberts, Co-Founder of MattressFirm

A masterful storyteller, Lisa invites us into the spaces of her life and her clients' lives, where intimate untold stories lie buried in disorganized, often cluttered rooms. With compassion and wisdom, she connects with her clients who share their emotional attachment to the tangibles that have become their lives. Offering her clients a simple and sensible four-step model for letting go of "things" that for decades have consumed all the corners of their minds and hearts, she helps them untether from the chaos and regain a sense of order and peace. Refreshing, delightful,

endearing, and practical, Lisa's book is about our interior home, the sacred space where all our lived experiences are stored, as much as it is about the sacred space of our physical home. I highly recommend 17 Spatulas

and the Man Who Fried an Egg to anyone ready for a practical, heart-centered guide for decluttering and reclaiming their space and lives.

-Suzanne Nixon, EdD, LPC, LMFT, CMT

Psychotherapist, Somatic Therapist, Mindfulness Meditation Teacher

Lisa's book encouraged me to see my belongings in a new light, and when I believed I was too busy, I remembered I intended to clean up my kitchen and living room on the weekend. Imagining Lisa's encouraging voice supporting me made it fun and easy, and I feel so excited to keep going in the other rooms!

-Lynn Thompson, Writer and Editor

I've known Lisa for approximately 42 years. Through our occasional visits over the years, I've had the opportunity to see her grow into this incredibly insightful woman, which has been a true blessing and the primary reason I recognize this book. In addition to drawing from her experiences with clients she has guided to "declutter" their living spaces, she shares her own personal "decluttering," both physical and emotional, which interestingly reflects the clutter we all face. When we went through the COVID shutdown, many of us "shut down." I did. But eventually, I

started clearing my home of excess "clutter," as recommended by Lisa in this book, and felt my life becoming more open and lighter. If you want a lift in your spirit, brighter light in your eyes, and freedom, here is a huge step to get you there.

-Kevyn Morrow, Broadway, Television, Film Actor

Why does our stuff-even our oldest, barely-used, and probably useless stuff-have such an emotional grip on our psyches and, thus, our actions (or inactions)? This emotional straitjacket often reaches the point of absurdity, as we can't bring ourselves to move on from the items that clutter our closets, shelves, homes, and minds. Lisa Geraci Rigoni knows why. She reveals these truths about herself, and in the process, she does the same for her readers, simply by being honest about that visceral vice grip that a simple, inanimate object has over us. With anecdotes about her quirky clients and even quirkier family (is there any other kind?), Lisa takes us on a journey that begins in childhood and informs us how our habits, fears, and obsessions regarding the objects in our lives are rooted in deep human connections. Then, by honestly assessing our ties with the stuff in our lives, we can make sense of why we hold on and how we move on to better caring for what we keep and letting the rest go."

-Tony Howard, CCE, IOM

President & CEO, Loudoun Chamber of Commerce

--This text refers to the hardcover edition.

Product details

  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B0BTMV7J2F
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Spotlight Publishing (31 January 2023)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 3394 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage ‏ : ‎ Unlimited
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 204 pages
  • Customer Reviews:
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Lisa Geraci Rigoni is the owner and CDO (Chief Declutter Officer) of The Organizing Mentors, a company specializing in home organization and move management, and is certified with The National Association of Senior & Specialty Move Managers.

Lisa has been helping her clients reclaim their space mentally and physically since 2008. She and her team assist clients in the Northern Virginia and Washington DC areas with various services, including relocation, sorting, and purging. In 2020, The Organizing Mentors went worldwide with the addition of virtual organizing.

Beyond organizing space, Lisa and her Team Mentors empower their clients and inspire confidence to make positive choices that enrich their lives and set them free from the habits that have kept their minds and spaces cluttered. She is an advocate, philanthropist, and champion for the non-profits in her area, especially Habitat for Humanity.

Lisa was one of the determined and committed women helping to establish Women Giving Back ( as the beacon of hope it is today for women and children in crisis. A much sought-after speaker, mentor, and author, Lisa lives in Northern Virginia with her husband, daughter, and fur baby Sadie Belle. Lisa loves working out, exploring Virginia wine country, and making the most of every day.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Don't be a Memory Hoarder.
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Jackie L.
5.0 out of 5 stars A way out of the seemingly impossible situations. There is life to live after the 'clutter'.
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M. Murphy
5.0 out of 5 stars 17 Spatulas and the Man Who Fried an Egg is the book that we ALL need to read
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5.0 out of 5 stars Life is more then stuff
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