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There’s a subtle but cumulative effect of living in the chaos of having too many things around you.
Stress management at home: too much stuff! eArticle by Minimalist Living, June 13, 2013
Welcome to The Organization Index—your complete reference to find what you need pertaining to Organizing. Here you will find a host of Professional Organizers, organizing products, tips, tools and more. To make your visit to our site worth the visit we have constructed it to be user-friendly to allow you to navigate through the pages, hopefully with ease. We have listed the Professional Organizers by State, and by Business Name. Are you looking for a Professional Organizer? Many organizing experts offer various services to meet your specific needs. Click on the red "State Listing" button to the left to find a Professional Organizer for your area.
We have made every attempt to provide you with as much detail that we could to take the guesswork out of your search for organizing information. We’ve also included a few websites such as junkmarketstyle.com listed to the right in our Reference Index section under "Repurposing" that show you how to remix items that you already have to sale or reuse. We could all use a little extra money so why not take some of the things we already have and repurpose them? Let’s face it, times are hard right now—but just imagine how much extra change you could discover in your own closet, garage or storage space by simply de-cluttering, repurposing or reusing.
A rule-of-thumb while perusing this website. You’ll find that there will be different views and methods of organizing to get the same or similar results. Our best advice to you is to choose the techniques, tools, methods, and advice that works best for you and stick with that. Just as a doctor would not prescribe the same medication to all of her patients, neither do we ascribe to the notion that there is only one way of getting organized.
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Too Much Stuff: De-Cluttering Your Heart and Home by Kathryn Porter
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