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Mike Nelson

Mike Nelson was professionally media-trained by Edelman Public Relations. He was the media spokesman for the Mexican Tourism Ministry. Mike has done more than 200 TV (both network and local), radio and print interviews. Mike no longer gives interviews.


Author of:  Stop Clutter From Stealing Your Life (2008, 2001), Clutter-Proof Your  Business (2002), Stop Clutter From Wrecking Your Family (2004), Live Better South of the Border (2007-1997), Spas & Hot Springs of Mexico (1997) and ten more books about Mexico travel and social observations under the pen name of "Mexico" Mike Nelson.

Media Credits

Previous  interviews (for clutter): Dr. Laura Schlessinger Show, Associated Press Radio Network, AARP Radio and TV networks (CNN, MSNBC feeds), What You Need To Know (syndicated, Mike Carruthers), WLS-AM,  Debra Duncan ABC-TV (Houston), WOR-AM (NYC), FOX 5 TV (NYC), WMAL-AM, WJLA_TV, (Washington DC),  KROC-AM (Rochester MN) WYLO-AM (Milwaukee, WI),  America Good Morning (Syndicated). KPRC-TV(Houston, TX) and many, many others.

Profiled by: (for clutter) CNN, Los Angeles Times, Houston Chronicle, Galveston Daily News; (for Mexico expertise) New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Texas Monthly, American Way Magazine, Denver Post, Mexico City News, Manchester (England) Guardian and others. Has appeared on more than one hundred radio and television interviews.


Has worked in banking, stock options trading, hospital administration, international insurance, the travel industry, consulting, teaching, photography. He’s a professional speaker addressing audiences as large as 1,000 people, both in the U.S. and Mexico. He was the official media spokesman for the Mexican Ministry of Tourism. He founded Clutterless Recovery Groups in 2000. and that is now his main focus. He is also a partner in a travel agency.

Facts about Clutterless Recovery Groups Inc.

Recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)3, nonprofit, recovery group. Incorporated as a nonprofit organization in the State of Texas, 2001.

Clutterless Recovery Groups are nonprofit, support groups (not 12-Step), based on the principle that clutterers can help themselves rid their lives of clutter (emotional and physical) by recognizing and learning ways to change the psychological, emotional aspects of their behavior. 

Meetings are peer-based, discussion format, with a question and answer period for practical suggestions regarding specific clutter problems. We don't tell you how to organize your drawers, we help you to break free from the emotional and spiritual blockages that clutter has caused in your life.

We have no opinion on therapy or treatments. If a member is in therapy, our meetings augment, but do not replace professional therapy. Meetings are anonymous. There are no dues or fees, though donations for expenses are requested.