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Articles : Media

Here you will find media information concerning articles by Beth Johnson, and the Clutter Workshop.
. May 2004
OC Foundation.org, article publication, support groups and personal recovery.
. May 2004
OC Foundation.org, article publication, resources.
  April 2003
Reminder, article publication, resources.
Clutter Workshop Offers Hope and Healing for the Toughest “Packrats”
. August 2001
Journal Inquirer
Messing Around, Practical Suggestions Offer an Out from Clutter 
By Julie Cotnoir 
Comedian George Carlin talked about stuff. A lot of us have stuff-- important stuff, sentimental stuff, stuff we can’t bear to be without. However, for many, having too much stuff changes their lives. read more . . .
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