Cynthia has also turned her attention to topics that she finds interesting. Writing about them was cheaper and more fun than therapy.
Overwhelmed by too much clutter? Tired of advice from the organizing “experts” who just don’t understand your situation? Cynthia Friedlob tackles the Stuff Overload issue from a fresh, funny, and totally sympathetic point of view. She explains the real reasons behind your accumulation of all that stuff and offers some straightforward, down-to-earth advice that will get you on the road to Stuff Freedom! Help, with a generous dash of humor, is finally on the way from an author who’s been there, organized that, and lived to tell the tale! ~ (2006, 2010) Available on Amazon.com.
Fashion challenged? So is Cynthia Friedlob, author of "Sorting It Out: One Disorganized Woman Solves the Problem of Too Much Stuff." In this
22-page article, she focuses her uncluttering and organizing spotlight on simplifying any woman's wardrobe. She speaks from baffled personal experience, having made the majority of her clothing decisions guided by the wisdom of Gilda Radner: "I base most of my fashion taste on what doesn't itch." But Cynthia lives in Los Angeles, a city that judges your character by your logos, so eventually she had to devise a fashion system so basic that it would be guaranteed to work, even for her. Find out what she learned about how to avoid clothes closet drama and how to get dressed with a minimum of fuss and bother! ~ (2011) Available on Amazon.com.
From 2006 through 2013, Cynthia wrote a blog called, The Thoughtful Consumer. It was written in support of of her book, and covered topics ranging from being an ethical consumer to the impact of advertising to the psychology of clutter. The entire blog is archived online. You can search by category or start at the beginning.