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In a recent article published in LA Times and Chicago Tribune, it features my advice on cutting clutter out of your life. It is titled, "Lose it: declutter your way to an organized, happier you". Here is an excerpt of this article:
No matter how it all got there, reducing the stuff of life is not an easy task, but it is a necessary one.

Even if there are no plans to downsize, getting rid of clutter is always a good idea says professional organizer Cyndi Seidler, founder of HandyGirl Organizers and The Organizing Lady, two Los Angeles based firms specializing in dealing with the "stuff." Continue reading
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HandyGirl founder Cyndi Seidler is currently producing a video series called "Organized Home" that features her providing tips and organizing solutions around the home. The Organized Home video series has a video website at www.organizedhomevideos.com. To date, Cyndi has produced one video a day, talking about how to save space in your clothes closet, a method of handling mail as it comes in your home, her container system for the refrigerator, using turntables in cabinets, how to double the space in your cupboards, and a way to organize hair accessories. Here's a look at one of Cyndi's quick one-minute organizing tips, "Making Space In Your Clothes Closet":

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Press Release from California Closets

California Closets Encourages Homeowners to Get Organized During National Spring Cleaning Week

New Survey Conducted by California Closets Finds Better Home Organization Alleviates Disorganization Frustration

It's National Spring Cleaning Week and California Closets®, the leader in custom home storage solutions and an authority in design, encourages homeowners everywhere to take part in this week as a way to de-clutter their homes and ultimately relieve stress in their day-to-day lives.

A recent California Closets' survey of homeowners revealed people have the desire to get organized, but don't know what direction to take to achieve effective and lasting results. In fact, 38 percent of women said that after organizing their closet on their own, it only stays organized for three months. By taking just a few small steps during National Spring Cleaning Week, it's possible to make lasting changes that will free up time to enjoy the months ahead.

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