Assorted Links for October 30, 2010

It’s been a fun Halloween week here at Unclutterer, and we hope you have a terrific time celebrating the holiday officially tomorrow. In the meantime, enjoy these links related to uncluttering, simple living, and some randomly cool things:

  • Recent bride Naomi Selden wrote about how to create a clutter-free wedding registry on D. Allison Lee’s Organize to Revitalize blog. If you’re getting hitched, this is a wonderful resource.
  • E-book owners might be interested in Leatherbound — a website that compares prices for e-books from around the web to find you the best deal.
  • If you live in a small space, Matroshka may have some space-saving furniture options for you. Production appears to be limited at this time, but the company is growing.
  • I’m drooling over this Stackable Oven-To-Table Cookware that was featured on Apartment Therapy’s The Kitchn. I don’t typically make eight casseroles at a time, so I have no need for it. But, I’m happy to know it exists.
  • The website She’s Next, a site “featuring 60-second inspirational videos for 21st century women,” launched this past Thursday. Erin is one of the presentations, talking about where to get started in your uncluttering efforts.
  • Website ZenHabits has a quick resource for unclutterers from Gretchen Rubin of The Happiness Project: “Nine Quick Tips To Identify Clutter. I especially like the question “Was I ‘saving’ it?”

2 Comments for “Assorted Links for October 30, 2010”

  1. posted by Link Checker on

    I looked up five books at, books I know for certain are available for the Nook. For each one Leatherbound indicated it not available for the Nook, but they are found when you go directly to the site.
    The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
    Obama’s Wars
    Lost Empire
    One for the Money
    Hubris: The Inside Story of Spin, Scandal, and the Selling of the Iraq War

  2. posted by Naomi Seldin on

    Thanks for the link love, Erin (and to Deb Lee for running my guest post on how to create a clutter-free wedding registry). The wedding-related posts you’ve run on Unclutterer were extremely helpful to me, too.


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