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Becoming a Professional Organizer

Reprinted with permission from "The Best Home Businesses for the 90's" by Paul and Sarah Edwards

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Where to Turn for Help and Information

Books

How to Be Organized in Spite of Yourself, by Sunny Schlenger and Roberta Roesch. New York: Signet, 1990.

How to Get Organized When You Don’t Have the Time, by Stephanie Culp. Cincinnati: Writer’s Digest, 1986. Also available: How to Conquer Clutter, by Stephanie Culp.

Organized to Be the Best, by Susan Silver. Los Angeles: Adam Hall, 1991.

Organizations

National Association of Professional Organizers, 8317 Cross Park Dr., Suite 150, Austin, TX 78754; (512) 454-8626. Newsletter, conferences, local chapters, and a directory for media and consumers. www.napo.net

Newsletters

These newsletters are for people who have problems with clutter. Many organizers read them, however, because they provide insight into their clients’ problems.

Messies Anonymous Newsletter, 5025 Southwest 114th Avenue, Miami, FL 33165; (305) 271-8404.

Packrat Support and Information Newsletter, 12662 Hoover Avenue, Garden Grove, CA 92641; (614) 894-8223.

Manuals

Harriet Schechter’s How to Become a Professional Organizer Resource Packet, 3368 Governor Drive, Suite F-199, San Diego, CA 92122. Visit her web site at www.MiracleOrganizing.com.

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