Woman’s Day readers open up their lives to us, sharing pictures and personal details about their goals, and why they face these clutter challenges. Their willingness to open their homes helps everyone, including millions of monthly Woman’s Day readers.
New York (PRWEB) February 20, 2014
Woman’s Day Editor in Chief Susan Spencer today announced that Lorie Marrero has joined the magazine as contributing editor. Marrero’s thoughtful organizing advice and her collaborative Project Declutter assignments with Woman’s Day readers will be featured in the “At Home” section of the magazine.
Debuted in 2013, Project Declutter is a series that pairs Woman’s Day readers’ real-life “clutter challenges” with Marrero’s creative solutions, firm guidance and expert advice. Dubbed the Project Declutter Pro, Marrero helps readers tackle clutter around the house – from the kitchen to bedrooms and bathrooms and all the closets, offices, mud rooms and nooks in between.
“I love helping families find the best ways that work for them to simplify their homes and lives,” said Marrero. “Woman’s Day readers open up their lives to us, sharing pictures and personal details about their goals, and why they face these clutter challenges. Their willingness to open their homes helps everyone, including millions of monthly Woman’s Day readers.”
Since 2006 Marrero has helped thousands of people in more than 18 countries at her website ClutterDiet.com. The innovative web-based service shares her organizing advice and connects real people with her network of professional organizers who give personalized answers for every question. Marrero is also the bestselling author of The Clutter Diet: The Skinny on Organizing Your Home and Taking Control of Your Life and The Home Office Handbook and is a spokesperson for Goodwill Industries International.
Marrero will work directly with Woman’s Day Home Editor Andriana Verdi as well as Deputy Editor Sara Lyle. Woman’s Day works with eight other contributing editors including Karen Ansel, RD, Nutrition; Karen Asp, Fitness; Joy Bauer, RD, Nutrition; Crystal Cook, Food; MP Dunleavey, Money; Clinton Kelly, Lifestyle; Marrisa Lippert, RD, Nutrition; and, Sandy Pollock, Food.
About Woman’s Day
Woman’s Day is an indispensable resource to 20 million women. The brand speaks to readers’ values and focuses on what’s important. The pages empower women with smart solutions for core concerns—health, home, food, style and money, and celebrate connections cherished with family, friends and community. Whether in-book, online, mobile or through social outlets, we provide inspiring insight and fresh ideas on how to get the most of everything. Woman’s Day inspires its loyal audience with actionable and relatable tools to lead a vibrant, healthy and satisfying life. Woman’s Day is published by Hearst Magazines, a unit of Hearst Corporation, one of the nation’s largest diversified media and information companies. With 20 titles in the U.S., Hearst is the leading publisher of monthly magazines in terms of total paid circulation (AAM 1H 2013) and reaches 83 million adults (Fall 2012 MRI gfk).Follow Woman’s Day on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
About Lorie Marrero
Certified Professional Organizer® Lorie Marrero is the bestselling author of The Clutter Diet: The Skinny on Organizing Your Home and Taking Control of Your Life and The Home Office Handbook. She is also the creator of ClutterDiet.com, an innovative program allowing anyone to get expert help at an affordable price. Her organizing books and products are sold online and in stores nationwide. Lorie is a spokesperson for Goodwill Industries International and Industry Expert for ClosetMaid. She has also served as a spokesperson for many other companies, including Staples, Brother, and Microsoft, and she happily lives in Austin TX.