Project Declutter Part I: Chaotic Closets and Laundry Explosions

Photo by: Kevin J. Miyazaki, Hair & Makeup by Heather Schnel
If they can do it, so can you!
The two Woman's Day readers that follow are getting expert advice to solve their biggest organizing issues. ... more 
Photo by: Kevin J. Miyazaki, Hair & Makeup by Heather Schnel
If they can do it, so can you!
The two Woman's Day readers that follow are getting expert advice to solve their biggest organizing issues. For the first installment of this multi-part series, they're tackling their closets and laundry areas.

The Project Declutter Pro
Lorie Marrero creator of The Clutter Diet, Spokesperson for Goodwill Industries International and Ambassador for the Donate Movement. "I want these women to stay organized, not just be organized for a week."

Pam Lyons, Pontiac, IL
"I lost my mom last January to cancer and she was a master of organization." Pam struggles to keep order without her mother's help and needs help to get back on track. Last year, her younger son, Seth, 22, moved back in. "His room had become my 'junk room,'" she admits. Pam's two-hour round-trip commute to work as an administrative assistant limits her time to deal with the mess.

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Fri, Mar 8, 2013 2:06 PM EST
By Woman's Day Staff


Follow two brave WD readers as they get laundry and closet organization ideas from a pro clutter-buster



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