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The Organized Tool Box By: Sarah Wagner
Are you always digging around for the right tool? Hammers abound, but why are the flat-edge screwdrivers always missing? Wouldn't it be great to have everything in an easy-to-find space? Here are some steps and tips to get you on your way.Step 1: Inventory.First, start by ...
7 Ways to Leave Your Clutter By: Barbara Myers
Everyone has some degree of clutter lurking at home. When you're tired of moving it around, stepping over it, and losing important items in it, it's time to take control of the clutter. What should you do with it? You have seven options:1. Dispose of it. Much ...
Lightening The Load By: Ramona Creel
When I tell people what a FREEING experience moving is, they usually look at me like I'm crazy. "What do you mean freeing? It's the most stressful thing I've ever been through!" While there are stresses associated with relocating, each move offers you the opportunity to lighten the load. When ...
Do You Have A SelfManaged Development Guide SMDG By: Tayo Solagbade
The Self-Managed Development (SMD) Guide? is a customized learning tool that can be developed based on workplace requirements of a specific organization, in which an employee is expected to perform his/her duties.Purpose Of The SMDG: To outline key - mostly practical - learning points for employees to follow in order ...
Tidy Up With Industrial Shelving By: John Morris
Admit it; you probably have loads of stuff that you hardly ever use. Some say that we use a mere 20% of what we own! The remaining 80? We keep them around the house for various reasons, sentimental or otherwise. In reality, clutter is all about indecisions. So, ask yourself, ...
Clutter Win the Battle With Clutter The Sequel By: Edi Sowers
It's worth remembering that uncluttering is an ongoing process. It's not a one time shot, then that's the end of it. If you don't integrate new ?rules to live by?, you'll find yourself in the same predicament three months from now with your house, your office, your car, and your ...
Is Your Outside as Disorganized as Your Inside By: Martha Ruske
I've been cleaning up my garden a bit, now that it's autumn and winter will soon be upon us. That's made me think about the constant work involved in maintaining a house, keeping it clean, in good repair, uncluttered. UNCLUTTERED!I know very few people who don't complain about the ...
Staying Organized With ADHD The Mail Center By: Sarah Jane Keyser
If you are a highly dysfunctional ADDer you may have reached the point of giving up organizing, but let's give it another try. Start by considering what "organizing" means. We tend to think that "getting organized" is the task we want to achieve, but the real problem is "staying organized". ...
Organize Your Closet The 5 Step SPACE Program By: Chris Rasure
In a fit of Martha Stewart-induced organizing frenzy you've completely emptied your cluttered bedroom closet. So now what?Before you return all those clothes and other items to the closet? Have you initiated the S.P.A.C.E. program? Consider following the 5 simple steps listed below to help you de-clutter, organize and get ...
Spring into Spring By: Lorraine Pirihi
Hasn't time flown? Already we're into the last quarter of the year and isn't it perfect timing to clear out the cobwebs of winter and prepare yourself for the next few months of sun, sand, surf or is it work, work, work?You know it's time to take action when:You have ...
Defrazzle and DeClutter By: Darlene Hull
My theory on housework is, if the item doesn't multiply, smell, catch fire, or block the refrigerator door, let it be. No one else cares, why should you?Erma BombeckAhh, the fresh breezes, the delightful birdsong, new buds in the garden, and sunny, cloudless days ? Spring is ...
9 Simple Strategies for Home Organization By: Karen FritscherPorter
Home organization means being able to find your stuff when you need it, not after an hour or more of searching. But home organization doesn't necessarily mean you're neat or clean. It doesn't even mean you're not a pack rat. Home organization just means everything has a place and you ...
Create A Working Mail Center By: Rebekah Slatkin
I talk about the mail a lot in my newsletter, Organewz, and to my clients. I write about it again because I have seen so many people still without one place for their mail. The worst part is the anxiety that goes along with not knowing where a bill or ...
Ten Daily Habits to Explode Your Practice By: Dr Shawn Powers
THE HABITS1) Strengthen who you are by nourishing your mind and spirit. Pray, meditate, and or visualize each day for at least 10 minutes.2) Make your dreams a reality by planning. State your intentions, write read, and say out loud your goals and your purpose before office hours start.3) Improve ...
Organizing For Success Create Systems To DeStress Your Life By: Kathryn Marion
When you're out on your own with a million-and-one things to do each week, how in the world can you keep them all straight and not forget things? What I've figured out in a couple decades of trying to keep track of those million-and-one things is that if I don't ...
Busted 8 Home Organizing Myths Exposed By: Karen FritscherPorter
You can create multiple reasons to NOT get organized at home. But the truth is that the only obstacle stopping you from getting organized is you. It's not family members, it's not the absence of cash and it's not a lack of home organizational know-how. Read onward to expose these ...
The Balance of Balance By: Ryan Campbell
Life is about maintaining a balance of all aspects. At times some areas might receive more focus than others, but remember we're always undergoing constant change. It takes 3 weeks to develop a habit, so develop these habits with balance in your life, you won't regret it.You should have a ...
Saving Memories Without Losing Your Mind By: Susan Stewart
The summer is flying by for Cindy and her family. It seems like just last week when they visited Disneyland. In fact, it seems like last month Nicole was born and now she's 7! Yes, the kids are growing up too fast and yet not fast enough all at the ...
Calendars and Personality Type By: Janet Barclay
I recently conducted a survey to look at the relationship between an individual's personality type and his or her organizing and time management style, and noticed that the majority of participants said they have a calendar system that works for them. As there are so many time management systems available, ...
Breathing Life Into Dead Spaces By: Ramona Creel
?I don't have enough room!? -- this is a common cry amongst the disorganized. But sometimes, they just aren't looking closely enough. You can find additional storage in the most unlikely places. All of those wasted areas -- ones that can't be used for active living space and seem inappropriate ...
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