The DISORGANIZED ZONE is an Original Sci-Fi Comedy Series produced, written and directed by Cyndi Seidler (your Organizing Lady! and show Creator) and Judy Norton (of “The Waltons”), now airing on Vulcan TV – streaming as Video On Demand.
Judy Norton plays “The Organizer” in this series who magically appears in people’s disorganized lives to help guide them out of their disorganized zone. And, believe it or not, the stories are based on real-life stories, only with a sci-fi twist (as a parody of The Twilight Zone), and I’m sure that most of us will most certainly relate!
You can follow the series updates and watch the trailers at any of these sites:
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Coming up is the National Get Ready For The Holidays Month! Whoohoo, yipee!
That’s all I have to say.
P.S. I’m known for helping people get ready for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays!
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 Handy Girl Organizers and The Organizing Lady, two Los Angeles based firms specializing in dealing with the “stuff.”
One sure sign that something is not needed is when it is placed in the garage.
“I call the garage the resting place before final burial,” says Seidler. “It’s the place you put things that you don’t want in the house, but you don’t want to throw away.” Seidler says important “belongings” become insignificant “stuff” once they have been unused for years.
Seidler admits that saying goodbye to one’s belongings can be emotional. “Everything can’t be saved as memorabilia,” she cautions. “Keeping the shoes you wore when you first met your husband — shoes you can no longer wear and that you have not looked at in 25 years, is not memorabilia. It is stuff,” says Seidler.”
And, further along in the article …
It is a good idea to declutter now instead of later,” says Seidler. “If you don’t do it now, your children or relatives will have to do it if you become disabled or pass away. Do you really want them to have to go through all your clutter and wonder why you kept these things?”
Well, there you have it! The Organizing Lady is in the news!
September is marked as National Self-Improvement Month!
Why do I tell you this? It’s because your environment affects you and your well being, so this could be something to consider improving this month.
One of the things you could start with is to pick a room or area of a room that needs “fixing” (declutter or rehab an inefficient space). It could even be a drawer space or the kitchen counter or a cabinet in the bathroom. It doesn’t matter. It only matters that it bothers you in some way and, by fixing it, you will feel better.
Even as organized as I am, I sometimes find an area that got a little out of control and now bugs me. So, I set my mind to fixing that! This month, I’m going to fix my kitchen pantry. What are you going to fix?