In Episode #11 of the Middle Chamber Books podcast, we present a conversation with Regina Leeds, author of One Year to An Organized Life. Regina is a frequent radio and TV talk show guest, and produces a series of one minute tips about organizing on Sirius Satellite Radio. When she’s not writing and speaking about organizing, she helps private clients get organized in their personal and professional lives.
New York City native Regina Leeds has brought order to home and work environments across the United States since January, 1988 when she started her company, Get Organized! by REGINA. Currently based in Los Angeles, her clientele runs the gamut from movie stars to business people and housewives.
Regina is the author of five books: “The Zen of Organizing; Creating Order and Peace in Your Home, Career and Life” and “Creating a Place Without Losing Your Space: a Couples Guide to Blending Homes, Lives and Clutter” (Alpha Books). In 2002 she ghost wrote a book for a shelf help guru on an aspect of getting organized. “The Idiot’s Guide to Decluttering” (Alpha Books) was published in May, 2007. “One Year to an Organized Life” (Avalon) hits bookstores in January, 2008.
Regina was a regular contributor to Lime.com, the media branch of AOL co-founder Steve Case’s company, Revolution. You can hear her one minute tips on Sirius Satellite Radio Channel 114. A one-hour TV special called ‘The Zen of Organizing’ was created for the Fine Living Cable Network in the spring of 2003 and continues to air.
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We produce these podcasts in the studios of Professional Podcasts LLC, Cherry Hill, NJ. Our podsafe theme music for the Middle Chamber Books Podcast is “Cook the Books,” from GarageBand.com‘s Indianapolis Jazz Orchestra.