in the media
I love to share tips and wisdom gleaned over the course of more than 16 years and hundreds of organizing projects. A selection of audio, online, and print media for which I’ve been a subject or contributor is below. If you are an editor or writer seeking expert advice for an upcoming feature, please give me a call.
Cole Hardware’s Hardware Hotline – For more than a decade, I was one of the skilled tradespeople highlighted in this beloved store’s newsletter. I remain grateful for their continued partnership, this generous feature, and for sharing my thoughts and tips in articles like Make Room for What Matters in 2017.
Food Network – My signature lazy Susan tip appears in 13 Kitchen Organizing Mistakes – And the Easy Way to Fix ‘Em
Forum, KQED Public Radio – Featured guest on San Francisco live call-in program, Tips on Decluttering Your Life (and Desk)
Homes & Gardens (UK) – Moving house checklist – essential tips and timeline for packing to move
It’s Relatable Podcast (Episode 6) – Talking with Debra Baida About Stuff (why we love it and whether we need as much of it as we think we do)
Myplasticfreelife.com – Hoarding for the Environment? Zero Waste Experts Bea Johnson and Deb Baida Respond; Carrying Our Own Containers: Powerful Action or Pointless Inconvenience?; and quoted in Plastic-Free: How I Kicked the Plastic Habit and How You Can Too, by Beth Terry, Skyhorse Publishing, New York, 2012.
Natural Health Magazine – Quoted in cover story, Pure Peace & Joy!
The Noe Valley Voice – Slow Down to Make Room for What Matters in 2011
PBS NewsHour – Story subject in San Francisco on Track to Become Zero Waste City
San Francisco Magazine – Liberated Spaces named best professional organizer in the annual Best of San Francisco issue
SelfStorage.com Moving Blog – How to Pack Boxes Efficiently for Moving
SpareFoot.com – 10 Best Professional Organizers in San Francisco
StorageCafe – 10 of the Best Home Organizers in San Francisco
Woman’s World / Yahoo! Life – How to Organize a Fridge: This Lazy Susan Trick Makes It So Easy to See What’s Inside + More Genius Pro Tips
Women’s Environmental Network – Interviewed for WEN’s monthly newsletter