Media

Check out Personal Organizer, Diane Quintana, in some recent media outlets.

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Some events where you will be able to find me in coming months:

January 20, 2021  Global virtual book launch via Zoom for the new book Diane Quintana co-authored with Jonda Beattie entitled: Filled Up and Overflowing: What To Do When Life Events, Chronic Disorganization, and Hoarding Go Overboard

News & Events

IN THE NEWS:

Interview with Lisa Valentine Clark from The Lisa Show on BYU Radio

In this episode, Diane Quintana explains how  a home filled with CHAOS (the Can’t Have Anyone Over Syndrome) can motivate someone to start organizing their home – one small space at a time to have more time to spend on things they want to do.

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Interview on Organize Mindfully
On Episode 16 of Organize Mindfully with Mark Dillon, personal organizer, Diane Quintana talks about how to break an organizing project down . Make your project easier to complete. Write down each step you need to take in order to finish the project and not feel overwhelmed. Diane teaches her clients how to make projects easier to complete by breaking them down into small steps. This helps to reduce that overwhelming feeling and produces greater results.
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Organizing Your Garden Tools with personal organizer, Diane Quintana
This great blog post was featured on the Garden Weasel. Get personal organizer Diane Quintana’s best tips and tricks for keeping your  most important garden tools organized. This way you know where they are and can easily find them when you need them. Diane spends as much time in her garden as possible. She often gives clients organizing tips with a garden twist.
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Interview with Lisa Singer, Open Form on Women’s Radio Network
Listen to personal organizer Diane Quintana’s interview on Open Forum with Lisa Singer on the Women’s Radio Network (WRNW1). Diane talks about organizational habits. In this interview, Diane also gives tips for organizing your home and organizing for the holidays. Everyone enjoys the holidays more when they are organized and not stressed.
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