Resources

Duck Daze Parade – University Place

ducks crossing a road

I’m not entirely selfless when I do things like create my two new Casual Uncluttering webpages, one about LGBTQ resources and one about resources for Seniors, or post details about a June 1, 2019 shred event in University Place. I merrily admit I enjoy the hunt for new places, new things to do. Mossyrock, WA,…

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Friendly Reminder – Casual Uncluttering LLC pages evolve

Hello Casual Uncluttering LLC audience!!! I’ve added a referral or two to my ADD page. I’m adding two new pages entirely by the end of next week. The Events Calendar is refreshed as often as I can find useful events. Whenever I’m giving a public talk, you’ll see it on my Workshops and Talks page.…

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Casual Uncluttering LLC interview The SOS Show w James Lott Jr.

Casual Uncluttering LLC James Lott Jr The SOS Show

It’s live!!!!! Lauren Williams, Casual Uncluttering LLC interview on The SOS Show with James Lott Jr. April 21, 2019 Episode  Apple Podcast Spreaker iHeartRADIO Please listen in to this free-roaming exchange about my training, my emotional connection to the Professional Organizing industry, my clients and much much more. I am insufferably, immeasurably, supremely, obnoxiously,…

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Charity Choice Monday – Queen Anne Helpline – Real Change 4

Queen Anne Helpline. I’ve spoken before about the fact that I, proudly, am a generalist at heart. But I applaud specialists. Queen Anne Helpline is a superlative specialist. It confines its most impactful services: Rent assistance Move-in assistance Utility payments Thanksgiving Food for Seniors to three area codes, 98109, 98119, and 98199.  Queen Anne, Magnolia,…

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Composting – Mother Nature Cultivates Recycling

Many Professional Organizers, myself included, try to be conscientious about recycling. For some of our clients, recycling is imperative, and it is critical that Organizers help them for those clients to make progress. There are even an increasing number of Organizers who deliberately incorporate eco-organizing into their methodologies. This quote from the NAPO Eco-Organizing Special…

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Charity Choice Monday – Dress for Success Seattle – Real Change 2

As a Professional Organizer, I’ve often brought women’s business and designer attire to Dress for Success Seattle on behalf of clients. BUT I thought Dress for Success’s Seattle branch closed in 2016. I have seldom been more agreeably surprised when I learned, through Real Change‘s Emerald City Resource Guide, that Dress for Success is OPEN.…

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The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Workbook

This is pure serendipity. As I sit down to write this review of the sixth edition of The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Workbook, and pull the book up on Amazon just to check whether it’s the most current, I learn that the seventh will be released on April 1, 2019. So mine is “good enough.”…

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Real Change donates to me!

Real Change Resource Guide

I have long respected Real Change, which I think does an admirable job of helping people empower themselves AND an outstanding job as an alternative news source (see my previous blog post “Connection and the News” for another perspective). And last night, while I was at the Phinney Neighborhood Association for a delightful cocktail hour,…

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Todd Allan, Structured Space, Evernote presentation

Todd Allan, Structured Space, will be hosting his next Evernote meetup on Wednesday, March 13th at 6:30 pm at Roy Street Coffee on Capitol Hill. This meetup will be “Evernote: beyond Basics.” We’ll talk about more advanced concepts like tagging, searching and other gems to help you and your clients keep their info organized. If…

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