by Simone Noelle Robinson

I started TheeClutterQueen in the fall of 2022 simply because I wanted to spread awareness. For my whole life I always knew I talked differently than my peers and it never really bothered me until recently. Why now? I thought to myself. Overtime, I began to suppress and hide my true authentic self because I was afraid. Now, I realize that it isn't that I should hide this part of myself, but I should embrace it and spread awaren ...   ...  Read more

Podcast episodes

  • Season 2

  • Maya Chupkov: Proud Stutterer

    Maya Chupkov: Proud Stutterer

    Hello all, The delay is finally over! Season 2 is here! I want to say thank you for waiting for our next season with theeclutterqueen. We have been working very hard to make sure this new season is better than the first. Our first guest will be Maya Chupkov! Maya has her own podcast called, ProudStutter. ProudStutter is a podcast about spreading awareness of stuttering, discussing intersectionality within communication, and stigmas of language within the workplace. Follow Maya on social media and check out her website! Links to the various sites are below: ID: image is of Maya it is a headshot of her in a circle in the middle of the image the whole flyer is hot pink with black lettering that says, "Maya Chupkov shares her story about stuttering" and below that is a link to my own podcast website.

  • Season 1

  • Maggie Kelly: Mental Hospital breakdown


    Maggie Kelly: Mental Hospital breakdown


    Today we have Maggie Kelly with us speaking about her experience with Depression. Maggie Kelly is a writer who focuses on mental health and personal development. After a seventh-grade course in biology, she became fascinated with genetics and what shapes a human. She decided to learn all about the human psyche and obtained her B.S. in Psychology. Maggie has struggled with depression since her young teens. Her life trajectory changed after having a psychotic break and hitting rock bottom at 26. Following a 3-month stint in the mental hospital, she found the help she needed. It inspired her first book, Recovering from Depression. When not writing, you can find her singing and playing the guitar with her cats.

  • Talking about Cluttering while Cluttering

    Talking about Cluttering while Cluttering

    This episode will include a very personal and intimate interview with Rutger Wilhelm. Rutger Wilhelm is chair-elect of the International Cluttering Association and also chairs the consumer committee within that same organization. Next to that he is board member of the Dutch stuttering association. Also, he has served the board of the International Stuttering Association (ISA). In 2021 Rutger published a book about his experiences with cluttering: Too fast for words. In this episode we discuss his personal experiences with Cluttering, Joe Bidden, and Rutger's value of acceptance.

  • Jalauna Phillips: Bipolar depression

    Jalauna Phillips: Bipolar depression

    For today's episode, we are going to be talking with Jaluana Phillips. She is an author, poet and a student at The Ohio State University! We met about two years ago through an Ohio State group chat for students of color. Phillips will be talking with us about Bipolar depression a disorder associated with episodes of mood swings ranging from depressive lows to manic highs. She will be discussing her life experiences with this disorder, disrupting stigmas and spreading awareness about this debilitating mental disorder.

  • Life as a teenager with Spastic cerebral palsy

    Life as a teenager with Spastic cerebral palsy

    Theeclutterqueen speaks with Ava Goodson, a 17 year old from a small town in Illinois with level 1, Spastic cerebral palsy. Ava loves to travel, go camping and really enjoys living her best life as she prepares for college. Join us as we talk about life with CP.