There is no limit to the amount of information that is available on the topic of home and office organizing. I compiled the following list of resources for purchasing organizing supplies. They are also great resources for ideas. I also included some recommended reading on the topic.
Organizing stores generally also have websites so you can order on-line! *** 99 Cent Store Amazon.com Bed, Bath & Beyond Big Lots Clevercontainer.com Crate and Barrel Dollar Store Dollar Tree DotandBo.com Flea Markets Garage Sales Goodwill HGTV Magazine Home Depot Ikea Lowe’s Marshall’s Office Depot Office Max Onekingslane.com Organize-It.com Overstock.com Pier One Pottery Barn Real Simple Magazine Ross Safavieh.com Schooloutfitters.com Scoutbags.com Seejanework.com Serenaandlilly.com ShopYourWay.com Staples Target The Organizing Store Mythirty-one.com Thrift Stores Ultimateoffice.com Walmart Wayfair.com Williams-Sonoma World Market Zulily.com
YouTube There is an endless amount of videos on YouTube.com teaching you anything you want to know. Just search away!
Helpful Books There are many books available on home organizing, whether you want to declutter and organize your entire home, or just want information or ideas on how to organize your garage, your office, your kitchen, etc. Amazon.com is a great source for books on organizing. And you can save money by purchasing used books in good condition or looking for them at your local library.
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing Marie Kondo
Organizing: Cabinet and Closet Organization: Creative Solutions for Storing Linens, Clothes, Coats and More Angela Agranoff
How to Organize (Just About) Everything Peter Walsh
Organizing from the Inside Out for Teenagers Julie Morgenstern and Jessi Morgenstern-Colón
Organize Your Garage In No Time Barry Izsak
The Home Office Handbook: Rules of Thumb for Organizing Your Time, Information, and Workspace Lorie Marrero