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Hoff Post

Huffington Post, October 2013

20 Annoying Digital Habits (And How To Curb Them)

They love posting countless selfies and pictures of food, babies and pets. Or maybe they're the more passive digital technology addicts who just can't stop looking at their devices, even at the dinner table. We all know these people and — sadly, yes — often we are these people.

Times have changed and so have media consumption habits. These days, most people check their smartphones, emails or Facebook feeds compulsively.

Read the full article here:
http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/10/16/annoying-digital-habits_n_4079714.html

 

 

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SnapCoquitlman

 

TV Week's MATURE LIVING: August 2013

Starting Anwe
With proper planning, life in a senior's residence can still feel like home

By Sera Akdogan

Shelagh Westberg made the decision to transition to a senior's residence on her own. She was not forced by family or health circumstances to consider making the big move; she simply decided that she no longer wanted to be a homeowner.

"I was tired of having to call somebody every time something went wrong," Westberg says. "We did not have a resident manager at my old place so if I had light bulbs I couldn't change, I had to look to the Yellow Pages. I was tired of trying to find somebody to fix everything."...

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Starting Anew - Seniors Residence.pdf

 

 

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SnapCoquitlman


Showing Clutter The Door

It was a good time had by all when Como Lake United Church hosted an evening “Show Clutter the Door!”. The fun-loving, de-cluttering duo, Heather Knittel and Susan Borax, entertained the enthusiastic crowd by playing piano and singing Broadway show tunes with the lyrics changed to reflect peoples’ relationships with their stuff...

Read the full article here:
www.snapcoquitlam.com/index.php?option=com_sngevents&id[]=515650

 

 

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98.7 FM


98.7 FM wiht Dave Cannon: May 25, 2013

Radio Interview: Heather and Susan's speak with Dave about how to de-clutter your home, keep things organized and useful tips for down-sizing.

 

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CityTV

 


Chatelaine Magazine: February, 2013

Tips On De-Cluttering Your Life: Magazine available on newstands now. Get it today to read Heather and Susan's useful tips.

 

 

 

 

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CityTV



BCIT Broadcast News: Jan 26, 2013

Dealing with Hoarding:


Heather and Susan speak on the issues of hoarding and give some insightful tips on how to deal with this sensitive subject.


Watch the full video clip here: BCIT-News Video (Article starts at 12:14)

 

 

 

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CityTV


CityTV - Breakfast Television: Jan 21, 2013

Dawn Gets Some Tips On De-Cluttering Your Life:


Susan and Heather give Dawn, and the rest of us some useful tips on how to de-clutter your home and keep things clean.


Watch the full video clip here: CityTV-video

 

 

 

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Globe & Mail


The Globe and Mail: Oct 5, 2012

5 reusable tips for getting rid of clutter:


They clutter up your kitchen, hog your closets and collect in your entryway. Just about everyone has too many of something. And the things we hoard are surprisingly predictable. Forget heirlooms and sentimental tchotchkes, it’s the utilitarian items that overrun our homes.


Reda the full article here: www.theglobeandmail.com/article4585772

 

 

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GettingOrganized Magazine


SUMMER 2012 Edition: www.gettingorganizedmagazine.com

Good Riddance:Showing Clutter the Door by Susan Borax and Heather Knittel.

Good Riddance: Showing Clutter the Door is a reality check and must-read for
self-described packrats as well as those in denial about the issue of household
accumulation. Authors and professional organizers Susan Borax and Heather
Knittel refer to this phenomenon as CRUD: Completely Ridiculous Useless
Debris.


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Global eBook Awards


Global eBook Awards.com: May 28, 2012

Good Riddance:Showing Clutter the Door by Susan Borax and Heather Knittel.

The Global Ebook Awards honor and bring attention to the future of book publishing: Ebooks. Now in its second year, the Awards are in 72 specific categories.. The awards ceremony will be in gorgeous Santa Barbara on August 18, 2012. If you have read it, you can leave a comment . http://tiny.cc/kf18ew on the nomination page.

 

Heather and Susan are delighted to in the company of a good many authors who are spreading the word via eBooks



 

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Texas Kitchen


Tri-Cities News: May 14, 2012

A GOOD READ: De-clutter your home with help of books

Vancouver-based professional organizing duo Susan Borax and Heather Knittel have written Good Riddance: Showing Clutter the Door. They approach the topic of de-cluttering with common sense and humour. They dare readers to "dream of a life minus the burden of CRUD: Completely Ridiculous Useless Debris." They issue CRUD challenges that urge people to rid themselves of unneeded, outdated items. much stuff around.

 

Read the full article here: Tri-CitiesNews.com/article



 

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Texas Kitchen


Texas Kitchen: May 12, 2012

Good Riddance to Clutter

I am one of those people that loves kitchen gadgets. I use most of them several times a year , but there are a few that are really just taking up space. You know the stuff you buy because you know someday you will use it. Yeah , it's now been three years since I bought the candy molds and still haven't made anything in em. Trouble with this pattern is CLUTTER. I received a copy of "Good Riddance to Clutter" that will hopefully help me out. I love this book. It uses common issues and describes em in a humorous way to show us all how truly ridiculous it is to keep so much stuff around.

 

Read the full article here: TexasKitchen.com/article



 

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News 1130


News 1130: May 14, 2012

Making it easier to move mom and dad.
Professional organizer says it's all about de-cluttering

"When seniors are moving to a small condo or to a seniors community, they can't take everything with them because they are downsizing to a much smaller place. Often you have to go through years and years of stuff, some of which might need to be saved," explains Knittel. "This can be quite daunting for many families and often they just don't have the time."

 

Read the full article here: News1130.com/article/GR



 

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Burnaby NOw


Burnaby Now: March 9, 2012

Time to get tidy

There's plenty to be said for the motivation that comes when the calendar flips over from one year to the next - there's nothing like a fresh start to make any goal feel manageable. But in truth, there's no "best time" to tackle resolutions and, with spring right around the corner, what better time than now to revive one of those goals that may have been dropped since New Year's.

 

Burnaby NOW reporter Christina Myers has been talking to experts around the region to gather advice to help NOW readers reach their goals in 2012. In past instalments in this series, the NOW heard from experts in finance, nutrition and exercise, family relationships and education.

Read the full article here: Article_BurnabyNow.com


 

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Entrepreneur MOM NOW

 

 

Entrepreneur MOM NOW: Feb 6, 2012

 

There are many people living in isolation in extremely cluttered or borderline hoarding home environments. Many are reluctant to ask for help. Some have no immediate family members to help. Good Riddance concentrates on these clients as well as well as other populations like busy, growing families or independent business people and self employed professionals who are often too time-challenged to stay on top of their clutter. They guide people through a difficult decision-making process so that their future remains clutter-free.

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Giveaway: Good Riddance: Showing Clutter the Door Book Review: Jan 27, 2012

 

Professional organizers Heather Knittel and Susan Borax came together to write Good Riddance: Showing Clutter the Door which is about getting rid of your CRUD (completely ridiculous unworthy debris). Like you can guess, this entire book is about how to sort through your home and possessions to get rid of useless things and make room for more useful items. While the book could have been written in a serious and boring manner, Susan and Heather both came together for a humorous outlook on the idea of getting rid of the extra stuff that takes up extra room in your house.

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Shaw TV

The Express-Shaw TV Channel 4: Jan 6, 2012

 

Susan and Heather tell us why it feels so good to say "Good Riddance" to clutter.

New Year New You Special on The Express January 6, 2012 Part 2:

http://youtu.be/XY-wUmLJAlI

 


 

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Globe & Mail

The Globe and Mail: Jan 6, 2012

WHILE YOU’RE IN THE BASEMENT, KEEP GOING

Items gathering dust in your basement or attic are often things that are easiest to part with – and can free up space for storing stuff you’re about to liberate from other rooms. Susan Borax of Vancouver’s Good Riddance says the major culprits she and her business partner, Heather Knittel, encounter include mindlessly acquired collections of cookie tins, for instance, and boxes of miscellaneous “shrapnel.” “We separate the crud, the completely ridiculous, useless debris, from things that are still useful and loved,” she says.

Read the full article here: Article_theglobeandmail.com

 

 

 

 

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Burnaby NOw


Burnaby Now: Dec 15, 2011

Keep kids' clutter (and chaos) capped at Christmas

When it comes to Christmas and kids, there seems little way to avoid the inevitable clutter that comes with the influx of toys and gifts that appear under the tree - never mind the hordes of decorations that get pulled out from the attic each year...

Read the full article here: Article_BurnabyNow.com


 

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660News

 


Burnaby Now: Dec 1, 2011

Organization key to handling holidays

December is finally here, that means holiday stress levels for many are about to go through the roof. But there are ways to handle that stress...

 


Read the full article here: 660NewsRadio.com


 

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RenoNation: October 28, 2011.

Decluttering Your Home by Maggie Calloway


Our home is supposed to be where we go to find peace and serenity. This is where, when the door to the outside world is closed, we should be able to take a deep breathe and relax.

Too many of us live in anything but peace and serenity; we live in some form of chaos while at the same time wondering why we never really feel rested or feel we belong anywhere.

Read the full article here: SouthDeltaLeader_Arteicle.com (Flip over to page 21)

Or click here to see or download a copy (JPG) of the page.

 

 

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HomeStars


HomeStarts: July 13, 2011

Let's talk about Cluttermania: The Musical Revue

In Good Riddance: Showing Clutter the Door, Susan Borax and Heather Knittel, owners of Good Riddance Professional Organizing Solutions, define CRUD as Completely Ridiculous Useless Debris. And in Cluttermania: The Musical Revue, Susan and Heather along with friends Kim Yarnold and Brenda Kay don other persona to help audiences look at CRUD in a fun and entertaining method.

Read the full article here: HomeStars.com


 

 

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Tower Times


Tower Times: July 7, 2011

Getting Rid of Clutter

The crowds filled the room eager to learn a very important lesson. It was one George Carlin had talked about in his comic routines regularly, all about: "Stuff." And there wasn't a single person in the VIP room on Wednesday, May 11th who wasn't aware of the importance of what the two lively, bright young ladies were trying to remind them about...

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Burnaby NOw


Burnaby Now: June 30, 2011

A comic approach to issue of clutter

They claim it's the only musical that explores the unusual relationships we have with our "stuff," and they may very well be right.

HomeStars.ca is sponsoring a free showing of Cluttermania, the Musical Revue at Burnaby's Nikkei centre on Sunday, July 10 at 3 p.m.

Cluttermania is from Susan Borax and Heather Knittel of Good Riddance, a professional organizing service that helps people part with their clutter.

Read the full article here: Article_BurnabyNow.com



 

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News 1130


News 1130: June 29, 2011

End of school marks time to declutter
Should it stay or should it go?

VANCOUVER(NEWS1130) - School is all done for most BC children and while there are plenty of wonderful memories, there's also a lot of stuff parents and students must wade through.

 

Read the full article here: News1130.com/article/GR



 

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CKNW

 


Interview with Sean Leslie on CKNW Radio: June 19, 2011

Susan Borax speaks live on radio with Sean Leslie from CKNW about GoodRiddance Professional Organizing Solutions. Listen to to the full interview now and get some instightful tips on how to de-clutter your home.

 

 

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Burnaby Leader

 


Burnaby NewsLeader: June 2011

HEALTHY AGING: Don't let your stuff prevent you from moving

Before many seniors can move to retirement communities, they need to develop strategies that will allow them to go, clutter free. There are many avenues for distributing unwanted belongings.

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Comfort Life

 

Comfort Life Newsletter - 16 Best De-Cluttering Tips: May 2011


Decluttering and downsizing is a big job so we've compiled some of our favourite tips from the experts: Pat Irwin of ElderCareCanada, Susan Borax of Good Riddance and Vicky Riley Keyes of Red Coats Moving Solutions.

View the full article here: www.comfortlife.ca/16-best-decluttering-tips.php

 

 

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West Coast

 

West Coast Families Magazine: April 2011

Good Riddance, Showing Clutter The Door:

A clever mixture of gentle mockery and brutally honest advice designed
to rid your home of C.R.U.D..

View the magazine here: Westcoast Families Magazine.PDF (1.2MB)

 

 

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Active Adult Magazine: March 3, 2011

 

Good Riddance, Showing Clutter The Door:


You've found the perfect adult-lifestyle community.
What can you do to promote the sale of the house you're in now?

CURB APPEAL

Many a homebuyer has decided not to enter a house because they didn't like the exterior. That's how important curb appeal is to the sale of your home. You can increase the perceived value of your home with a little elbow grease, practical maintenance work, and some inspired accents...

 

Article by Katherine Moore,

www.activeadultmag.com

 

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Co-Op Radio

 

 

Co-op Radio: March 21, 2011

 

Good Riddance:


Beautiful Minds radio is a a show dedicated to de-stigmatizing mental illness. We talked about hoarding and clutter.

 

Listen to the full interview here Co-op Radio.com

 

 

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Vancouver Sun

 

 

The Vancouver Sun: February 25, 2011

 

Elder care: Going it alone can be a recipe for burnout:


For members of the so-called sandwich generation, fitting the needs of aging parents into an already busy life can be a recipe for severe indigestion. Determining whether an elderly person can stay in their residence or needs more intensive care, finding an appropriate care home, dealing with health and financial issues – it's time-consuming and draining.

 

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CBC News

 

CBC News, PINCHED: February 22, 2011

 

How much is clutter costing YOU?


If you don't know what you have, then chances are you are going to duplicate by buying something again that you can't find now.  I know that problem all too well. I've lived in the same home since 1994 and I have collected a lot of stuff along the way...

 

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Good Riddance featured in The Province: Feb. 6, 2011

 

Susan Borax and Heather Knittel describe themselves as "fit-ness"
coaches, but you won't finding them giving tips in the gym.
Instead, they're focused on helping folks determine what fits in
their homes — and just as importantly, what doesn't...


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News Articles

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Online & Newspaper Articles: Jan 21 2011

 

If your stuff rules you, here's how you can rule it:


You've just received a phone call that someone -a friend, your boss, your mother-in-law -is going to drop by shortly. You fly into a panic and start running around the house, shovelling belongings into an area of shame. Maybe your things don't even fit into your home any more, and have begun spilling over into a series of storage lockers...

 

View the full article here: NewsPaper Articles.pdf (4.6MB)


 

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Shaw TV Studio 4: Jan 4 2011

 

TV Interview with Susan Borax and Heather Knittel of Good Riddance
Professional Organizing Solutions:


Susan Borax and Heather Knittel, who run a Vancouver-based organizing business, have written Good Riddance: Showing Clutter the Door. It's a practical how-to guide about ridding your life of CRUD: Completely Ridiculous Useless Debris.

 


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Online News Web Articles: Jan 11 2011

Winnipeg Free Press Online,

Yahoo News,

Sync Sympatico News

It's not uncommon for people to want to keep treasured possessions that elicit warm memories, like a baseball mitt from Little League or a quilt crafted by Grandma.

But what about the stickered piece of a glove compartment salvaged from a Volvo? Or sheets and linens for beds you no longer own? And Christmas decorations you keep year after year but no longer put up?

View the full article here: WebNewsArticles.PDF (1.5MB)

 

 

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Burnaby NOw

 


The Province!: Jan 11 2011

Live it! Food, fashion, fitness & trends:

Get a jump on Spring cleaning with this hilarious, helpful read. Good Riddance:
Showing Clutter the Door identifies 101 culprits of household clutter.

View the article here: Vancouver Province.PDF (1.6MB)

 

 

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Burnaby NOw

 

Burnabynow: Jan 5 2011

A clean start for 2011

Burnaby company, Good Riddance, helps clients clean up the post-holiday mess.

On the first day of Christmas, my uncle gave to me, another baseball cap I didn't need. On the second day of Christmas, my husband brought to me, two extra tree stands and a box of Christmas lights tangled like weeds.

This is the time of year when all the holiday junk we've accumulated is pulled out of storage, just as our friends and relations give us more to add to the pile.

Read the full article here: Burnaby Now GR.pdf

 

 

 

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Vancouver Sun

 

Vancouver Sun: Jan 4 2011

Showing Clutter the Door

Is your New Year's resolution to clear out junk from your cupboards and closets? Susan Borax and Heather Knittel, who run a Vancouver-based organizing business, have written Good Riddance: Showing Clutter the Door. It's a practical how-to guide about ridding your life of CRUD:

 

Read the full article here: Vancouver Sun

Download a PDF Copy here: Vancouver Province GR.pdf

 

 


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News 1130


News 1130: Dec 12 2010

Tips on clearing the clutter in the new year

VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) - Out with the old, in with the new! A professional organizer is suggesting that same phrase should apply to your clutter as we enter 2011.

 

Read the full article here: News1130.com/article/GR


Listen to the audio interview here: News1130 GR.mp3
(Click link to listen now or to save Right-Click and choose "Save Link As")


 

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Global TV, Dec 6, 2010

Good Riddance Showing Clutter the Door answers the question: Is it possible to lose 25 years of clutter with utter glee?  It is when you surrender your CRUD (completely ridiculous unworthy debris), according to know-it-all professional organizers, Heather Knittel and
Susan Borax.

View our Book page here: Good Riddance Showing Clutter the Door


 

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Burnaby Leader

 


Burnaby NewsLeader: Decembert 2010

Cutting clutter (with humour) can lead to emotional healing.

A pair of Burnaby-based professional organizers have put their lessons in book form, to help packrats tackle their clutter.

Susan Borax and Heather Knittel, co-owners of Good Riddance Professional Organizing Solutions, have just launched the book they've co-authored, Good Riddance: Showing Clutter the Door...

Read full article on the web here, or
Download a PDF copy of the article here: Burnaby Newsleader - GR.pdf

 

 

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24h

 


24H Magazine, Sept 2, 2010

Turn over a new leaf:
Heather Knittel, coowner of personal organizing solution company Good Riddance, promotes the fall season to her clients as a good time to address disorder and amend bad habits.

"We like to do [reorganization] twice a year. It's usually spring and fall. Those are the more natural times to look at stuff," she said...
"[Autumn's] a good

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Canadian Health

 


Canadian Health Magazine, July 2010

Crushing the Clutterbug: "
Got too much stuff lying around? So disorganized that there's always a mess in your way? If your clutter can't be defined as circumstantial (for example, your house is untidy because you've recently moved), you might be a clutterbug..."

 



Read the initial article:
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Global TV, January 3, 2010

Avoid Mistakes:
Susan and Heather Share the 7 Deadly Sins of DeCluttering
on Global News.

 

See the video here:
http://www.globaltvbc.com/video/index

(Look under GUEST videos and look for: "Declutter Your Home")



 

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The Vancouver Sun

 


The Vancouver Sun, October 2, 2009

Mining for Godl:
B.C.'s not getting any younger and some entrepreneurs are already ahead of the aging curve.

 

Read full Article here:
http://www.vancouversun.com/life/Mining/2062555/story.html



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Life & Style

 

 

 

WESusan Borax is featured in this week’s Westender in the “Life & Style” section.  Looking for pointers on how to clear your clutter?  See the article in City Home Style:  Straighten Up!


Read full Article here:
http://www.westender.com/articles/entry/city-home-style-straighten-up/

 

 

 

 

 



Good Times

Good Times Magazine, April 2009
Featured in April's issue is a 2 page article entitled "Time to Downzise",

To view the article please click the link below:

Time to Downzise.PDF (500kb)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Bargain Hunters

 

 

TV Week Magazine, Feb 28 – March 6 2009
Good Riddance was featured in Anne Garber’s Bargain Hunter.

 

Read the whole story (PDF)


 

CBC TV

 

Global Television, January 2009
Good Riddance’s Heather Knittel appeared on CBC Newsworld March 23, 2009 to discuss tips for Spring Cleaning your garage.

 

 


 

Home Organizing - Global Television January 2008

 


 

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the dailyThe Daily, January of 2009
Watch Susan and Heather tackle host Laura Lynn Tyler’s kitchen drunk drawer, on Vancouver’s The Daily with Mark and Laura Lynn on JOY TV. One of 5 episodes that included organizing her pantry, kitchen counters, hall and linen closets broadcast in January of 2009.

 

 

 

The Daily with Mark and Laura-Lynn

 


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Savvy Mom- Read about Susan and Heather’s tips on getting your kids organized for back to school. Read article


 



Shaw Studio 4

 

Heather Knittel appeared on The Fanny Kiefer Show on Studio 4 and discussed Packing Efficiently for Your Summer Holiday with host Fanny Kiefer.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


CKNW AM-980

 

 

Both Susan and Heather were Christy Clark’s guests on CKNW radio discussing their “Practically Daughters” program- supportive downsizing and relocation for older adults.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Westrn Living

Western Living Condo explores the big ideas about small-space living, including tips from Good Riddance’s co-founder, Susan Borax.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Sun

 

 

Heather Knittel demonstrates how to pack, when you can only bring one suitcase on a trip.
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Good Riddance featured in The Province’s “do it better” with Dana Gee.
Read the whole story (PDF)
To watch the video visit live link to The Province

 

 

 

 

RenovationsConquer Your Clutter: Bye Bye Bric-a-Brac
Tracy Rayson discusses tips with Susan Borax on how to stay clutter-free.
Read the whole story  (PDF)
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

National Post

 

 

A concierge for all seasons: the decline of do-it-yourself, and the rise of do-it-for-me services
Joanna Pachner quotes Heather Knittel on outsourcing organizing services
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The ProvinceBanish Closet Clutter It Can Be Done!
Jeani Read interviews Susan Borax and Heather Knittel regarding effective and inexpensive ways to make your closet work for you.
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The ProvinceGet organized
De-cluttering to meal-planning and much more! Heather Knittel offers tips and ways to get started for busy families.
Read the whole story (PDF)

 

 

 

Trade Secrets: Expert Tips to Use in Your Home
Heather Knittel explains to Jodi Pachner how to take control and tame a junk drawer
Read the whole story (PDF)

 

 

 

How to Have A Garage Sale
Good Riddance’s Heather Knittel and Debra Milne of http://www.professionalorganizers.com/ tell Lisa Goldman the secrets of having a successful garage sale.
Read the whole story (PDF)


 

Simple Life Seniors At Home
Good Riddance’s Heather Knittel and Susan Borax discuss clutter management and downsizing and relocation support for seniors with the courier’s Helen Petersen.
Read the whole story (PDF)

 


Spring Fling
Good Riddance featured as experts in toddlers toteen rooms, home offices and high-traffic areas.
 


 

 

Avoid the Stress of a Mess
Christina Myers of the Burnaby Now talks to Susan Borax about the benefits of having an organized home- save time, energy and money.
Read the whole story (PDF)

 

 


Garage Sale Will Help Kids
Good Riddance supports AFABC with a community garage sale to benefit kids looking for families
Read the whole story (PDF)

 

 


Helping Clean Up Your Act
Mike McQuillan writes how professional organizer Susan Borax created solutions for a client living and working in a 350square ft space.
Read the whole story (PDF)
 

 

 

 



 

 

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