This is an organized collection of some of the links sprinkled throughout the site in the See Also: boxes. Articles are organized by subject. Web sites often cover more than one subject, so they are all grouped together. If you want to find information on, for example, hoarding, check the Articles and the Web sites sections.
- Escaping The Clutter Trap: Five Steps for Increasing Productivity and Decreasing Stress by Barbara Hemphill
- Get organized! by Kimberly Husband
- declutter journal:cut the clutter! Four articles at OrganizedHome
- What financial records to keep and how long to keep them
- Hoarding not a usual compulsion BBC News, June 3, 2004 http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/3769677.stm
- Compulsive hoarding Bio-Behavioral Institute
- Hoard mentality A well-written article by Jennifer Wells, from the Toronto Star, Jan. 26, 2006.
- Hoarding in the community Fairfax County Hoarding Task Force pages
- Confronting compulsive hoarding by Chris Kelly. Target audience is landlords and property managers, contains information on tenant's legal rights
- So much clutter, so little room: Looking inside the hoarder's lair by Nina Bernstein. NY Times,December 31, 2003
- Hoarding is hidden OCD Originally published at ABCNEWS.com, May 22, 2001. This is an Internet archive copy.
- Dr. Randy Frost discusses Hoarding , ABCNews.com chat transcript. 22 October, 2001. This is an Internet archive copy.
- Saving the World by Fred Penzel http://www.homestead.com/westsuffolkpsych/Hoarding.html
- Behind Closed Doors by Josie Rawson, CityPages.com 3 December 1997 http://www.citypages.com/databank/18/849/article3322.asp
- Stuff by Tyler Gore. An essay by Tyler Gore about his family's battle with their own physical possessions, and especially about his father (it's Tyler's belief that his father got lung disease from living in squalor). This essay was originally published in the New York journal "Literal Latte," and got Tyler cited in The Best American Essays anthology.
- Cleaning up after pets AllAboutHome.com http://www.allabouthome.com/tips/cleaning/pets.html
- Clothing care and storage fact sheet http://www.martin.fl.us/EDUC/uf/clothin/
- (This section is about changing the feelings and attitudes that affect your behavior, and therefore stand in the way of your desire for a clean house.)
- Demand Resistance - Is it hurting your business? by Mitch Myerson
- Microburst - Eliminate Dread with this Simple Inertia-Busting Technique by Cheryl Miller
- Excerpt of Organizing From the Inside Out at www.bookbrowse.com
- Interview with Julie Morgenstern at www.newhomemaker.com
- The Nature of Nature by Sarah Borruso. "It was a combination open sewer and pet store aquarium," says New York painter Alexis Rockman, 33, describing the drainage ditch that inspired his recent series of more than 200 mud drawings.
- ClutterLess Recovery Groups, Inc. http://www.clutterless.org/
- OCF's Hoarding Web Site Designed to provide information and assistance in a comprehensive and efficient way. Edited by Randy Frost and Gail Steketee
- Disposobobics images of the house of a hoarding OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder) sufferer. http://www.theplan.com/clutter/index.htm
- Speed Cleaning Rules & More http://www.thecleanteam.com/rules.cfm?cfid=80883&%3Bcftoken=2301414
- The Queen of Clean Linda Cobb http://www.queenofclean.com/
- House interior HowToCleanAnything.com http://www.howtocleananything.com/frame_cleaningtips_Houseinterior.htm
- Writing the Journey Online Journal Writing Workshop http://www.writingthejourney.com/
- Conversations Within Journal Writing and Inner Dialog http://www.journal-writing.com/index.html
- Project Gutenberg Fine Literature Digitally Re-published: classic books and well-loved favorites as e-texts http://promo.net/pg/
- The Online Books Page Book search http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/search.html
- Recipe Source formerly known as SOAR: The Searchable Online Archive of Recipes http://www.recipesource.com/
- Google Pretty good search engine http://www.google.com/
- Bonsai Potato - Zen without the wait. Bonsai Potato is "the art of nurturing the artistic vision of a potato through various forms of encouragement and manipulation." http://www.bonsaipotato.com/
- Celestial Realm Website of one of the Squalorees, Celeste. Warning: is very beautiful and contains no actual squalor. http://celestial_realm.tripod.com/celestial_realm/index.html