A good, no, GREAT bibliography and sources list

There is no way you can personally know, little on write about everything.
Example the sustainable living mentioned below. Read up on it (via the library for free) and include the books in your bibliography that explained it best for you.
Sources: book, after book will tell you to cloth diaper your kids, but very few tell you where to get cloth diapers or even how to make them.
I spend hours doing research for my six soon to be eight different blogs (just as soon as my word is up and running on the office computer—dang thse o’s). I reference websites, cite books and sources as well as tell were to get certain items. It helps everyone.
Write what you know and know what you write. You, from what I’ve previously seen, are very knowledgeable, expand on that.
Guard yourself, give safety warnings. If you talk about tree felling, then include safety measures and recommend that sometimes it’s far wiser to hire a professional. We currently have two very tall pines that need to come down that we will be hiring done because life happens and we do not want to lose part of the house or the power lines.
Pictures! A photo is worth 1,000 words. People are tuned in to utube and are very visual these days. A cookbook will say cut shortening in with two forks, or a pastry blender. To old cooking pros that is not a problem, but to a novice they might not have a clue. So a photo showing how to use 2 forks for that step is valuable. They might not have a clue what a pastry blender is, so show one being used. It’s a simple thing to most of us here, but to others it’s like the “separate two eggs” comedy skits.
What would I read up on?
Right now I am in research mode on home organization, including all aspects of my home, farm, business etc. I get very frustrated with sites and books that tell you to rush out and purchase this item or that. I’m trying to declutter this place, not add more clutter. I want to use items I already have on hand, but I want it attractive and EASY to use.
Example: scrapbooking paper. Almost every site suggests buying a paper rack of one sort or another some say vertical, some say horizontal, almost all say buy! I don’t want to buy. I want to use what I have.

I found one utube video that showed using priority mail boxes to make vertical ones. Folks, when you have a scrapbooking habit of any volume you are talking a LOT of priority mail boxes. While I will give the wman credit she does stress using used ones, no one I know gets that much priority mail, so people are going to go pick up “just a few” for free from the post office. But they aren’t free, they cost the PO and the PO in case you haven’t heard is in financial trouble.
So I’ve been measuring and using all sorts of normal every day, have to recycle or burn anyway boxes, like cereal boxes and such. It’s taking awhile and I had to work out a pattern on my own for covering them to be attractive and acid free. A good article with photos would have been very helpful.

So organizational ideas that are built from what I have on hand that are functional and attractive.