Professional Organizers can specialize in working with seniors, children, people with ADD, arranging photo collections. And wow, some of the highly-targeted books my colleagues have written are AWESOME.

I’m not going to review most of these in-depth, ever, because I don’t feel competent to do so. But I bring them to your attention because they could be of priceless value to some of my readers. And as I find more, I’ll add them to the list.

After the Funeral: A Practical Memior for Administering Your Loved One’s Estate by Eileen Moynahan

Age in Place: A Guide to Modifying, Organizing and Decluttering Mom and Dad’s Home by Lynda ShragerOK, I did review this one

Color to Declutter by Jean Prominski – I rave about this one!

Organize Your Printed Photographs: Find Lost Treasure in Your House! by Helen Volk. I will add that there are also many talented providers available to help with photos – find them through the Association of Personal Photo Organizers (APPO)

Photo Organizing Made Easy: Going from Overwhelmed to Overjoyed – by Cathi Nelson, who, by the way, founded APPO.

Organize Your Garage in No Time by Barry Itzak Yup, I wrote about it.

The Complete Diabetes Organizer: Your Guide to a Less Stressful and More Manageable Diabetes Life by Leslie Josel Leslie is a nationally-recognized Organizer, a NAPO leader

The Organized Bride’s Thank You Note Handbook by Stacey Agin Murray

The Organized Garage Sale: Have Fun and Make Money in Your Own Yard! by Helen Volk

The Organized Musician by Debbie Stanley, another leading light


And I’ve discovered a whole new category of organizing books – Organizer bios. HEEEEEEEEEEEEEELLLLLLPPPP.





About Lauren Williams

Me, Lauren Williams, Certified Professional Organizer®: I'm a professional organizer who works in homes, home businesses and also small businesses. I'm a NYC native who's spent time in Philadelphia, Palo Alto, Baltimore and now Seattle. All great places, but NYC will always be home, and Seattle will be where I now stay. I help you think outside of the box to get something into the box.