Stretch your mind and your ability to organize your space, your belongings, your time, and your thoughts. Allison Carter, The Professional Organizer, posts her thoughts, breakthroughs, frustrations, and memorable moments as an organizer. Allison also shares tricks that have worked for even some of the most disorganized people to conquer their clutter. Other features: Tips, mind stretches, favorite products, favorite books, and other tools to help people get organized.

Saturday, June 25, 2005

Organizing Resources: Trash/Junk hauling

Just People

Organizing Resources: Donation Pick-up

These charities pick up at your home:

Atlanta Alliance on Developmental Disabilities

Atlanta Kidney Fund

Atlanta Union Mission

Salvation Army

Vietnam Veterans of America

Organizing Resources: Custom Furniture

Seth Townsend
Furniture, cabinets, pull out shelves, Complete kitchen renovation.

Tim Sarno Design
custom furniture and build-in wall units.

Organizing Resources: Trash Pickup at your Door

This is excellent for people in apartments, condos, townhomes, etc.

Organizing Resources: Recycling

Computer Recycling (Atlanta area): call 404-768-9990.

Computer Recycling (Atlanta area): call 404-768-9990.

Organizing Resources: Shredding Services

If you have a large amount of paper to shred, it is quicker to have a service come
and take care of it.

Shred USA

Organizing Resources: Home Cleaning

Team One
weekly cleaning and laundry.
Call Louise O'Connell, Account Manager,
404-870-9094 or 404-849-8493.

Organizing Resources: Home Entertainment Set up

Torrie Granderson

Organizing Resouces: Handyman Services

These are referrals from colleagues and clients.

Case Handyman Services
Lewis E. Kropp

Rich Baumann
Baumann Creations
Office 678/376-9875
Cell 404/386-3312

David Nieman
repairs, restoration, and reconstruction.
Purofirst or North Metro Atlanta
303 Bell Park Drive
Woodstock, GA 30188
Phone 770-517-1646

Friday, June 10, 2005

Clutter Support Group

I am considering starting a clutter support group - part discussion, part how-to.
It would be fun and upbeat, inspiring, motivating, and a great way to learn how to DIY for the rest of your life. Also considering a class for teens on teen organizing topics, time management, setting goals, etc.
Any thoughts?
Would you be intersted in coming to learn?
Let me know.

Thursday, June 02, 2005

Smart Spin - Where to get it

I have heard from several of you who say the Smart Spin is available many places including:
Just look for it if your interested.
If you buy from the online site, you get a 2nd set free (that's why I did it... even though I paid for shipping)
-- Al