For a monthly fee of $14.95, thousands of members in nine countries have received support and advice that is a bargain compared to the standard Professional Organizer rate of $50-125 per hour onsite.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) December 30, 2009
New Year’s resolutions to “get organized” are even more meaningful as we enter a new decade and have a chance at a fresh start. With the slow economy, people need to get organized more than ever and yet, they cannot easily afford to hire a professional organizer to come to their homes in person.
Author and Certified Professional Organizer® Lorie Marrero is the creator of ClutterDiet.com, an innovative, affordable, home organizing program that enables people to get organized with weekly project plans, video tutorials, searchable articles, a supportive member community and direct access to a team of Professional Organizers who provide online consulting seven days a week. Members can upload photos to get personal advice on decluttering their spaces, and the program provides a place for people to “weigh-in” with their personal progress. For a monthly fee of $14.95, thousands of members in nine countries have received support and advice that is a bargain compared to the standard Professional Organizer rate of $50-125 per hour onsite.
Marrero is the author of The Clutter Diet: The Skinny on Organizing Your Home and Taking Control of Your Life (an Amazon Kindle bestseller, #8 on the nonfiction list in 2009). She is currently quoted in the January 2010 issues of Good Housekeeping, Better Homes & Gardens, Woman’s Day, and Redbook, and her blog continues to hold its position as the #1 Home & Garden blog featured on the Amazon Kindle. Marrero has provided 31 simple organizing tips for January’s 31 days, available as a printable PDF handout calendar at http://www.clutterdiet.com/handouts/31tips31days.pdf.
About Lorie Marrero:
Certified Professional Organizer® and author Lorie Marrero has been a spokesperson for Microsoft, Brother label makers and FedEx Office, and she is a sought-after expert for national media such as CNBC, Good Housekeeping, WGN News and Woman's Day. Marrero’s organizing products are sold online and in Container Stores nationwide.
The practical Clutter Diet book helps people discover the actual scientific law of nature that helps with organization, the cure for procrastination, ten types of “High Calorie Clutter” to avoid, where to start and how to tackle organizing projects, and how to successfully add new habits into one's life. A free downloadable companion workbook can also be printed by the reader to help create his or her own personal organizing plan. Read a sample chapter at clutterdiet.com/samplechapter.
Clutter Diet, Inc. is privately held and headquartered in Austin, Texas. For more information, please visit clutterdiet.com and clutterdietblog.com.
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