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Tonight's show is about "Hoarders", the people that collect and hold on to way too many things thats unnessary. I know many people that like to collect things, or hold on to things that are very precious to them, but hoarders are people that dont know how to stop buying and collecting things. It will get to a point where they can no longer live in their homes because of their hoarding. So join in on this topic tonight as we speak on this issue that seems to be affecting a lot of people and like always you know we keep it REAL!
The Angry Ghost Hunter Radio Show is based on a blog written by Ross Allison. The show also features Slav Snitkovskiy and June Nixon from the Advanced Ghost Hunters of Seattle Tacoma (A.G.H.O.S.T.). Every week they will be talking about topics in the Ghost Hunting field that make them angry, there will also be a chance for you to call in or be on the chat box to ask questions and tell them what makes you upset in the paranormal world. This week's topic: Paranormal Hoarders. &nbs
A weekly podcast featuring Rich Ranft, an auction expert from Beloit Auction, and his co-host Laura Baker. Rich is one of the premiere auctioneers in Beloit, Wisconsin and hosts both live on-site and online auctions featuring antiques, collectibles, and resale items. Rich also hosts estate auctions regularly each week. In this episode, Rich discuses some realy hoarder horror stories, what to look for and how to get started in coin collecting, and why auctions seem to draw people from all over.
Are you amazed when visiting family and friends to discover they have been living with piles? Do you know the difference between a packrat and a hoarder? Do you watch shows like Hoarders wondering how people can live like that? Join me and my guest Geralin Thomas. Geralin Thomas is often featured on well-recognized television and media outlets, including A&E’s Hoarders, The Nate Berkus Show, Today and South Africa’s The Home Channel. Tune in and discover how t
Simple Strategies to Help Hoarders
Debra Kricensky of St. Louis County and Sally Morgan, owner of SOS: Simple Organized Solutions LLC talk about strategies to help hoarders.
Ms. Kricensky has been working for St. Louis County for 7 ½ years as a Resource Coordinator for the Problem Properties Unit (PPU). She works with individuals who have property maintenance violations, some of which are caused by hoarding for 14 years.
Sally has helped family members, friends, and co-workers clear their clutter and organize their time and spaces. Immediately after transforming their spaces, she noticed a sense of calm about them. They could think clearly and achieve goals that were not within reach because of the clutter.
International OCD Foundation - http://www.ocfoundation.org/hoarding/
Sally E. Morgan l Professional Organizer
SOS: Simple Organized Solutions LLC
11469 Olive Blvd Ste 189 Creve Coeur, MO 63141-7108 314-308-5322
Debbie Kricensky, Resource Coordinator
Problem Properties Unit
St. Louis County Public Works, 1050 N. Lindbergh Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63132
Masaccio is the nom de blog for Ed Walker, former Securities Commisioner for the State of Tennessee. He and Jay Ackroyd discuss the nature of markets and their role in a mixed economy. "Market solutions" have become an objective for policy makers, both conservative and centrists,which is entirely wrong. Markets are policy tools,not policy goals.Moreover,there are no "free markets." Markets can only arise within a framework of complex regulation. There is no more regulated marketplace than securities markets.
One of a series of exporations of income inequality, economics and public policy, the 1%, plutocracy, income distribution, wealth distribution
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Spring is here and the word Spring-cleaning comes to mind. Today we are talking about Spring-cleaning, letting go, distressing your life, and organizing your LIFE with our great guest Christie Iurato. From the time she can remember, Christie has been transforming spaces everywhere she went. "It's this natural urge I've always had to make any space I'm in clean, clear and less cluttered. When I was a little girl, I remember going into my friends’ rooms and wanting to play organizing as a game! It was so fun for me and still is!” Years later, her friends started asking her to come to their homes and help with kids toys, clothes, kitchens and more and told her she should make a business out of this! Well, Christie took her friends advice seriously and founded her own organizing company in 2003.
Christie has organized and transformed hundreds of homes and offices over the past 10 years, has taken courses on counselling hoarders from Professional Hoarding Expert Cory Chalmers and has developed herself to be able to help people of all situations, backgrounds and diversities. Christie’s approach is very holistic, therapeutic, and helps bring people to a greater level of connection and appreciation for their home, offices and everything in them.
For more information, visit Christie’s web-site at: http://www.whitelightorganizing.com
A weekly podcast featuring Rich Ranft, an auction expert from Beloit Auction and his co-host Laura Baker. Rich is one of the premiere auctioneers in Beloit, Wisconsin and hosts both live on-site and online auctions featuring antiques, collectibles, and resale items. Rich also hosts estate auctions regularly each week. In this episode, Rich identifies some of the most collective pieces of pottery, the top five selling auction items, and reveals a recent indicator towards growth in online real estate auctions. All of Rich’s auctions can be found on his Facebook page at www.facebook.com/beloitauction or by going to his website at www.beloitauction.com.
George Carlin had a classic routine about stuff. Spring is the traditional season to clear the clutter of accumulated stuff. But here’s the issue: Is it trash or treasure? For many, the concept of Spring cleaning is an impossible task, and these unfortunate souls could find themselves featured on TLC’s Hoarders- Buried Alive. Another scenario is we find ourselves moving to a smaller space. Downsizing. How do we stuff our stuff into a smaller space? Many have also faced the daunting task of clearing out our parent’s homes. Some of the stuff that was uncovered in my family home included several cases of 20+ year old wine that had turned to vinegar, booze from my wedding in 1978, a hand gun, numerous unopened gifts, assorted pieces of art, and tons of knick knacks that may or may not have been valuable. So we’re back to the trash or treasure dilemma. My guests, Tish Fierro Hess and Gregory Goldman, are in a unique position to determine the difference between “get rid of it right now” ordinary stuff and “OMG, you have one of those gems hidden in your cellar” stuff. Their company, Boxwood Interiors, specializes in interior design, antiques, fine art, and downsizing. They have held Antiques Roadshow type events locally and it was amazing what was brought in to be appraised. Gregory specializes in antiques and fine art, and both he and Tish do interior design. They’ve seen it all and decorated it all. And they have advised many to toss it all. So let’s see what these experts have to say about Spring cleaning and how to tell the difference between trash and treasure. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more information.
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