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Moving this Summer? Here Are Some Tips
Lori shares her best move organizing tips with CBS2 and KCAL9 viewers…
Expert helps put your house in order
Clearing clutter is topic of talk
By Hector Gonzalez
Some of the saddest situations professional organizer Lori Gersh encounters in the course of her job are those where people don’t make plans for their belongings after they’re gone.
Otherwise useful items end up in the trash, while family members squabble over who gets what when a loved one dies.
Read on… (http://www NULL.thecamarilloacorn NULL.com/news/2016-07-29/Family/Expert_helps_put_your_house_in_order NULL.html)
(http://www NULL.hgtv NULL.com)Lori Gersh interviewed by HGTV for Office Organization
Cable channel checks in with Leave it 2 Lori for tips about taming electrical cords, cables and connectors.
Keep Cord Chaos Under Control
Take the time to organize all those electrical wires in your home office with these simple tips.
By: Jeannie Matteucci
If you have a home office, controlling all the cords needed for your equipment can seem like a huge challenge. But with planning and smart strategies, you can create a space that’s both safer and more attractive.
“When I go into homes, I see two issues,” says professional organizer Lori Gersh, owner of Leave it 2 Lori of Calabasas, Calif. “There are the active cords you use around your desk, and then there’s the issue of managing all the cords people seem to have collected over their life. Most people have a home full of cords…
Natural Health Magazine spotlights Leave It 2 Lori.
“Most people who know me will tell you that I’m not the most organized person—that my house and office usually are a bit of a mess. Piles of magazines and papers, stashes of yarn and bundles of bags clutter almost every available surface.
But when my eldest daughter, Lily, was leaving for her second year of college, she motivated me to finally take control of the chaos. She inherited her dad’s neat gene—her room has always been shockingly clean—and, no longer willing to tolerate the clutter, Lily announced: “I can’t live here anymore; I might not come back next summer.” She said just walking into the house made her uncomfortable; it was even affecting her health. Then, she made a suggestion: “You’ve always told us to ask for help when we need it. Why not find someone to help you with this?”
Managing The Mess- Featured Article in Beyond The Acorn (http://issuu NULL.com/beyondtheacorn/docs/beyond_the_acorn_vol_1_issue_2_digi?e=7982964/5255216)
“Lori Gersh of Westlake Village’s Leave It 2 Lori specializes in organizing homes and moves. She describes closets as “prime real estate.”
‘When I get a call, usually there’s been a trigger,’ she says. ‘This can be anything from a new baby in the home or the loss of a loved one to the merging of households.”
To see how Lori handles the closet, and an unexpected piece of advice, read the full article here (http://issuu NULL.com/beyondtheacorn/docs/beyond_the_acorn_vol_1_issue_2_digi?e=7982964/5255216) on page 14.