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Lifehack Live for March 3, 2008: Regina Leeds, the Zen Organizer

Lifehack Live for March 3, 2008: Regina Leeds, the Zen Organizer

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    This week on Lifehack Live I spoke with Regina Leeds, “The Zen Organizer”. Her book, One Year to an Organized Life is out now; find out more at ReginaLeeds.com.

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    Due to a technical failure at BlogTalkRadio, the show drops out at one point for about a minute (all callers, including me, were disconnected); please be patient, as the show restarts pretty quickly. I’m sorry about the disturbance this causes in the show, but Regina handled it like a pro and came back with another 15 minutes of great tips and advice.

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    Join us next week when we’ll be talking with Lorie Marrero, formerly a writer at lifehack.org and creator of The Clutter Diet.

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