Important Resources for Getting Organized and Improving Your Life.
Whether you’re trying to make your office more efficient, or are struggling with a more serious and chronic disorganization problem, here are some resources that will help.
Newsletter (and back issues)
- Preventing Identity Theft
- Affluenza: How Much Is Too Much?
- Shopping Addictions and Hoarding
- Get Time On Your Side
- Just Do It – Six Steps to Fight Procrastination
- Fuzzy Fridge – 12 Easy Refrigerator Organizing Tips
- Chaotic Closets
- Organize Your Car
- E-mail Efficiency
- Prepping for Tax Time
- Organizing Small Spaces
- Organizing to Help the Environment
- Storage Solutions
- More on organizing your office…
- Prepare for stress-free holidays
- Organize your office
- Basements, attics and garages
- Productivity at work
- Organize your kitchen
- Organize your home office
- Declutter your closets
- Reaching your goals
- Organize your household
- Prevent identity theft
- Organize your files
- Simplify your life
Articles on organizing and hoarding
- Tips on how to declutter your home – Reminder News
- Hiring a Professional Organizer by Faith Manierre
- Busy Bees Picks Up the Pieces by Faith Manierre
- Its Time to Organize Your Paperwork! by Faith Manierre
- Clearing Out Clutter – by Steve Grant, Reprinted with permission The Hartford Courant
- Organization is her Middle Name – by Sabina Lohr, Reprinted with permission Southington Observer
- Organizer Offers Tips to the Untidy – Record-Journal staff
- Let the Clock Work for You 1-25-12 – by Kathleen Megan, Reprinted with permission The Hartford Courant Courant
Anxiety Disorders Center/Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Compulsive Hoarding
What is compulsive hoarding? Compulsive hoarding is a common and potentially disabling problem, characterized by the accumulation of excessive clutter, to the point that parts of one’s home can no longer be used for their intended purpose.
Children of Hoarders, Inc. believes that we can improve the lives of children from hoarded homes.Our Mission Statement describes how we can translate that vision into reality.Children of Hoarders will:
- Raise awareness of the impact of hoarding on children, families and communities.
- Provide educational materials and programs for children of hoarders, families and the community.
- Increase access to practical support.
- Advocate for public policies that effectively address the needs of children of hoarders.
- Build reciprocal relationships with clinicians and key professionals.
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