I thought it would be helpful to create a list of useful websites, articles, equipment, books, and other odds and ends that I believe can really help in the decluttering and organization process. As I come across great resources I add them to this list - I recommend bookmarking the page for your reference. Enjoy!
Disclosure: Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links - at no additional cost to you I will earn a commission if you choose to purchase through the link. These are products that I have experience with and heartily recommend; I recommend them due to their usefulness, not the small commission I make if you decide to buy something. Please do not buy any products unless you genuinely feel that they will help you accomplish your goals!
Articles / Downloads
Scientific study showing correlation between physical clutter and ability to focus - via Unclutterer.com
Digital Clutter Statistics - via Me!
Closet Organization Methods - download / print the one page reference for clearing out and organizing your closets (download link is about halfway through the article)
Pre Vacation Planning List - download / print the reference to help smooth out your actual vacation by planning ahead (download link is in the article)
Moneymalism - Doing more with less as it applies to your finances
Get Rid Of Clutter Today - Of course I have to put my own decluttering book here!
The Joy Of Less - a great book that covers a huge range of topics in the home and life as it applies to decluttering and enjoying living with less
Wire and cable ties - see the linked article for a bunch of ideas on different ways to get them under control and keep them out of the way.
Car console kits - keeping things tidy if your car will help keep down the stray clutter that builds up. One central location for your items in the car is a good way to stop the habit of tossing things anywhere in the car.
Paper Shredder - I have this exact one and love it. It saves me time and space, and makes dealing with mail and other paperwork quick and painless. Highly recommend getting one of these.
Do you have any ideas or tools that should be added to the resources list? Let me know!