Organizing Resources | Just Declutter
Just Declutter recommends some great organizing resources to motivate, inspire, and educate you on many aspects of organization! Below you will find a list of websites, books, and even a list of where you can donate your old clutter in the community of Strathmore. We hope you get a lot out of it and, of course, if you’d like a little hands-on organizing assistance... don’t hesitate to contact us more info!
They are the national association that represents professional organizers across the country. They provide a supportive environment for their members to share ideas, network, and exchange referrals.
NAPO has approximately 3,500 members dedicated to helping people and organizations bring order and efficiency to their lives. Their mission is to be the leading source for organizing and productivity professionals by providing exceptional education, enhancing business connections, advancing industry research, and increasing public awareness.
Their mission is to provide education, research, and strategies to benefit people challenged by chronic disorganization. Their vision is to be the premier resource on chronic disorganization.
Their mission is to facilitate the physical and emotional aspects of relocation for older adults, to increase industry awareness, to establish a national referral network, to enhance the professional competence of members, and to promote the delivery of our services with compassion and integrity.
COZI is a 3-time Mom's Choice Award Winning app that helps keep events and activities all in one place. You can keep and share a grocery list in real-time, store recipes, plan meals, and shop for ingredients. It can also be used from any mobile device or desktop computer.
Where To Donate Your Old Clutter In Strathmore
We love keeping things in the local community but some people in Strathmore find it harder to locate a good place to donate because they aren't living in a large city like Calgary! If you know of a not-for-profit organization within the Strathmore or the closely-surrounding area, please email Just Declutter with your referral and what donations they are looking for so we can update our list! Let's all come together and share our spots!
Shelter Shopping list
Here is a great way to get rid of stuff and know its going to a great place. Click the link above to see their on going shopping list!
God’s Closet is a community service non-profit ministry. The basis of this giving ministry consists of a donation network whereby individuals, families, and businesses within a community are invited to donate new and gently-used children’s clothing (from newborn to teenage sizes) at any time throughout the year to God’s Closet.
Huxted Recycle & Waste:
Take it or leave it
The recycling yard offers our “Take It or Leave It” services, which allows you to drop off your gently used and working items, allowing others the opportunity to take and utilize what they may need. Team work!
Second Wind Thrift:
This store is a clean, family run business.
A percentage of all proceeds will be donated back into local community organizations. Right on!
Here you will find a great list of books we recommend that will teach you all about the different ways you can organize your home, business, and mind! Read about the theories behind why people become disorganized and much more. If you have a book you'd like us to add to this list then just shoot us a message and we'll give it a read and add it ASAP. Happy reading, everyone!
Buried In Treasures
David Tolin, Randy O. Frost, and Gail Steketee
Eat That Frog!
Organizing Paper @ Home
Barbara Hemphill with Jennifer Wig
Organizing From The Inside Out
Gail Steketee and Randy Frost
Clearn Your Clutter With Feng Shui
The Life-Changing Magic Of Tidying Up
The Organizing Sourcebook
Organizing The Disorganized Child
ADD-friendly Ways To Organize Your Life
Judith Kolberg and Kathleen Nadeau
It's All Too Much
The Gentle Art Of Swedish Death Cleaning
Don't Toss My Memories In The Trash
Unclutter Your Life